Long Beach seniors get meals delivered amid MLK Center shut down

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The City of Long Beach is working to make sure its seniors have enough to eat during the coronavirus crisis.

Island Harvest Food Bank is delivering individual meals to support up to 40 seniors at the Long Beach Martin Luther King Center who rely on the feeding program.

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That center has been shut down due to the coronavirus.

The ready-to-eat meals will provide about a one-month supply of breakfast, lunch and dinners.

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