Low-income seniors lose food deliveries as coronavirus peaks – Los Angeles Times

California saw an immediate 30% drop in the number of seniors receiving their monthly food aid through the program. State data shows 40,000 fewer California seniors received food in July than in June, with the majority living in Los Angeles County, Orange County and the Bay Area.

“Now we don’t have food [boxes] for two months,” said Danh Luu, 56, of Santa Ana, who lives with and cares for his mother Nghiep T. Nguyen, 81.

Source: Low-income seniors lose food deliveries as coronavirus peaks – Los Angeles Times