Sheriff’s office conducting emergency delivery of prescriptions, groceries

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The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office will make deliveries of prescription medications and groceries to higher-risk persons who request assistance due to concerns about possible COVID-19 exposure and/or a lack of transportation.

At this time the program is restricted to persons 65 and older, or for those who have documented medical condition that puts them at higher risk for serious harm from exposure to COVID-19. The program is also restricted to the above residents that do not have any other means of securing medications or food. Resident must have the ability to order online from a Livingston County-based grocery store or pharmacy, and the products may be delivered to an exterior door.

Livingston County residents that meet this criteria are being asked to call the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office tipline at (517) 546-8477 and leave a message to make arrangements for pickup and delivery of essential items.

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