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Wilton Officials: Demand for isolation housing lower than expected

Wilton officials say the demand for isolation housing for people who can't quarantine at home is lower than expected and the town has put a hold on any further efforts to ready Miller-Driscoll School for patients.  The school will continue as a third priority location, but for the time being will remain inactive.  The likelihood of requiring Comstock, the fourth priority location, has diminished enough that the food pantry will re-open in the next few days with access restricted to Social Services Director Sarah Heath and clients.  Donations should still continue to be dropped off at the shed in the parking lot in front of Wilton Police Headquarters.

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