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The Franklin County Coroner’s Office says that recent social distancing can possibly trigger substance use and that everyone needs to maintain physical distance because of the COVID-19 pandemic but people are still encouraged to check in on friends and family. During this time is we all have a responsibility to make sure that those family members and friends that are dealing with addiction still have the tools they need to live a healthy drug-free life. The coroner’s office also said that if you know anyone that has a problem and is dealing with an opioid addiction you should keep naloxone and fentanyl testing strips nearby. Full Story Click Here

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