By Bhvishya Patel For Mailonline
Published: 17:59 GMT, 27 October 2020 | Updated: 18:03 GMT, 27 October 2020
A Covid-19 word-search sent to elderly residents at an independent living complex has sparked fury - after it included words such as 'ventilators', 'fear' and 'job losses'.
Residents and their families at Vyner House in Acomb, near York, reacted with anger after a puzzle inviting them to find words and phrases, which included 'fever' and 'nursing home', was pushed through their doors.
The living complex of around 55 flats, which is managed by the company Accent and whose occupiers are all over 65, has since apologised for the 'inappropriate' print out calling it an 'unfortunate mistake'.
Elderly residents and their families at Vyner House in Acomb, near York, have reacted with anger after a 'fun' Covid-19 word-search was pushed through their doors
The daughter of one of the residents said her 94-year-old mum was horrified that an A4 newsletter put through her door outlining the changes of York going in to