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'While this trend is good, we're not done yet'
Our leaders must act immediately to stem the loss of life due to coronavirus and improve conditions in America’s long-term care facilities.
Some challenges, restrictions persist
More than 170,000 deaths tied to long-term care
Visits are resuming, but long-term problems persist
Could help in battle against a growing problem
Portraits capture their bonds with residents
More long-term staff members want vaccine
The latest on evolving rules, your rights and more
Guidance for caregivers during the pandemic
Personal accounts from residents, families, workers
Protocols vary widely by state
Residents should be able to hug, hold visitor hands
Vaccine allows some facilities to open
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