Why Some Seniors Are More Resilient During the Pandemic

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Sukari Addison (left) and Diane Evans (right) are two seniors living through isolation during the coronavirus pandemic. (Lesley McClurg/KQED)

We've heard a lot about how older people are vulnerable during this pandemic. And it's true that they're more vulnerable to the virus and that loneliness and depression among seniors has been rising.

But there's another part of the story we don't hear much about: how and why some seniors are finding ways to be more resilient right now.

Guest: Lesley McClurg, KQED Science Reporter



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