The RIDA Food Pantry Will Not Open Friday, As Planned, Due To The COVID Surge

The RIDA Food Pantry Will Not Open Friday, As Planned, Due To The COVID Surge

“Due to the recent surge in positive COVID cases this week on Roosevelt Island, we have decided to cancel the reopening of the food pantry this Friday, January 7th,” said RIDA President Wendy Herse. “Our main concern at this point is that everyone remains safe. We will keep you updated.”

The Roosevelt Island Daily News

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