The New York Times said it is investigating the “surprise charges” that some assisted living operators are passing along to residents via one-time fees meant to help cover the costs of testing, preventing and treating the novel coronavirus.

Some of these fees charged by those and other healthcare-related businesses, the media outlet said, have drawn the attention of state attorneys general, who maintain that the charges take advantage of vulnerable older adults or violate health insurance contracts or consumer protection laws. Assisted living residents have seen fees for masks, cleaning supplies and meal delivery related to the pandemic, the Times said.

The newspaper is inviting residents and others to share what they’re being charged for testing and treatment of COVID-19, as well as other medical costs related to the novel coronavirus.