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A wide range of medical care and social services that are available in many communities to meet the needs of infirm, elderly, chronically disabled, and housebound persons, including, for instance, Meals on Wheels, home visits by public health nurses to mothers and newborn infants, domiciliary midwifery in some communities, homemaker services, etc.

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