From Spectrum News:
BY CARLOS GARCIA AUSTIN
PUBLISHED 12:36 PM CT JUN. 18, 2020
AUSTIN, Texas — Florence MacCauley sees a doctor for a general checkup generally once every six weeks. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, complicated many things including the timeframe for when MacCauley could make those visits. MacCauley’s decision to wait longer before returning to the doctor was out of an abundance of caution given the nature of the virus and the populations it affects.
But one complication MacCauley doesn’t have to worry about is how to get there.
Thanks to the nonprofit organization, Drive a Senior Central Texas, MacCauley has been able to rely on drivers to take her to those doctor’s appointments.