According the CDC, any case of COVID-19 even one needs to be reported to families or representatives within 12 hours. Also, the nursing home needs to also report to the CDC and needs to be made public.
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According to the New York Times, in over 4,000 nursing homes across the U.S., almost 37,000 staff and residents have the virus. Over 7,000 have died from it. The most at risk from the disease are those over 65 and with an underlying medical condition. This includes many residents. Nursing homes have to report this information to families and the CDC. However, many are still trying to hide it.
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