COVID-19 has spread to a nursing home in Nashville where 15 residents and 6 staff members have tested positive for the virus.
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Concern over rising COVID cases in nursing homes, staff shortage
The state’s nursing homes report continued increases in COVID-19 infection rates as staff shortages mount, raising concern over their ability to deal with another potential surg ...
New telehealth options for Coloradans with COVID-19
The state has announced a new treatment option for Coloradans who test positive for COVID-19 or who think they may have COVID-19. New telehealth options are available now ...
CT COVID data shows more nursing home staff deaths than were reported
Data released Thursday by the state shows COVID hit nursing home employees far harder in the early days of the pandemic than was originally reported. A total of 21 nursing home workers have died of a ...
Autumn Covid booster vaccines should be given to ALL over-65s, care home residents and staff, frontline NHS workers and vulnerable younger adults, No10's jab advisers say
Health chiefs called for around 25million care home residents and staff, frontline NHS workers ... insisting it will likely become part of the coronavirus' gradual transition to becoming endemic.
What to do if you test positive for Covid-19 now
Covid-19 infections are on the rise, with most US states reporting an increase in cases. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the highly contagious BA.2.1.21 ... test ...
Report rapid, at-home COVID-19 test results to Shelby County Health Dept. portal
(WMC) - Shelby County residents who have used at-home COVID ... created the Rapid Test Result (RTR) submission link, which can also be accessed on the health department’s COVID-19 website. Guidance on ...
Signs of new COVID-19 surge heighten need for boosters in nursing homes
New data indicate another surge of the COVID-19 virus might be beginning, heightening the urgency for booster shots among nursing home residents and staff.
Here’s the latest good and bad news about COVID-19 drugs
“Maybe we think we’re on the edge of the woods, but we’re not out of it yet,” says Mark Denison, a coronavirus researcher at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. Preventing ...
Court says UK's nursing home COVID-19 policy was illegal
The judges said officials did not consider other options, including keeping such patients separate from other nursing home residents ... little capacity to test for the coronavirus when the ...
Philadelphia is ending a short-lived indoor mask mandate.
Unlike air travelers entering the United States, land and ferry travelers will still not have to show a recent negative coronavirus test ... many residents are testing at home, and positive ...
Coronavirus updates: Naming names, threatening people who report lockdown violations
less than an hour from the nursing home where the ... who have tested positive for antibodies against COVID-19. U.S. regulators have approved a new type of coronavirus test that administration ...