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  1. There is some miss informed information in this video. No long term facility can tell you you cannot come and get your loved one and bring them home for you to care for. People chose to keep their parents in there. During a outbreak the CDC rules are no baths or showers for residents that need It performed by a aid It is to dangerous and spreads covid. It is virtually impossible to keep a mask on someone with dementia. Or the mask is not covering their nose. Unless a residents needed a ventilator or a doctor's care they didn't go to the ER. They had to stay in the facility hospital would send them back. And can go to the ER anytime they want or family can request them sent. . .At the end of this video the women bringing her mom out of the nursing home her mom's nose wasn't covered. Did you notice the n95's face shields plastic gowns and gloves the staff wore? But if a resident is in there room they didn't have to a wear a mask but staff enter their rooms in full PPE gear. Think about that how do you expect some one not to get infected with out wearing PPE 24/7 with aids and nurses tracking it in one their shoes exposed hair, pants getting into the air in the room of a resident with nothing to.protect them. That is how and why it spread. The residents should have been geared up like the staff. The only requirement was a cloth or paper mask to be worn by the resident if they came out of thier room. Staff all geared up but the residents were not. Compassion visits are granted if someone is actively dying. Staff caring for covid + residents did the the minimum such as dress toilet bringing food medication assist them to the toilet get dressed. Wash them. Get what they need. Staff could not be expected to sped more than 15 min in a room with a covid + person. This was explained to residents staff and the families. Covid + resident quarantine was two weeks. Both staff and residents got sick. If you have a loved one and are their poa or person in charge you can check your loved one out of a long term facility at any time bring them home and care for them yourself. No one can force you into keeping a loved one in a long term care facility.

  2. usa didn't close the border and did quarantine people properly, so there is no hope for older people.it was inevitable it would spread..what the naysayers forget is this virus spreads very quickly and can overwhelm the system to the point where the staff get infected and there isnt the care for older people.

  3. The article on COVID-19 in Nursing homes was so riveting and accurate. At 63 years old I probably should have retired but my calling as a nurse prevents me from leaving my patients in this situation. The sheer magnitude of this Virus has caused many nurses my age and some even younger to retire or some have just changed fields leaving us short staffed or positions have been filled with people who have no heart for these people. It has really forced me to realize that in healthcare though we have been told that we are first on the list for everything we are actually last on the list and actually receive next to nothing. We were told at the beginning of this thing that we would be receiving hazard pay but that lasted all of 2 weeks. We've also been told that the height of this Virus is over yet people are still dying. October and November were good months for us in our facility as we were COVID-FREE but now we are seeing a surge again as we are receiving patients from the hospital who are coming to us COVID positive and because many of our beds are empty this is who we are filling these beds with and the sad part is many of these patients come to us, though they have tested COVID positive in the hospital these lab results are left out of their medical records. We don't have the supplies to adequately care for these people but we do have the hearts to make in work. I've been a nurse for over 20 years and I've never just felt so helpless or so inadequate to do the job that I actually love. I thank God that I have not contracted this disease though many of my co-workers have. Thank you so much for shining light on a dark situation.

  4. What about the SNFs in NY when the Governor purposely sent COVID patients to them? That was like letting the fox in to the hen house. Then he let them protect themselves from being sued. It’s just so heartbreaking and frustrating that Governor Coumo was allowed to get away with that!

  5. Keep your parents at home don’t give them to the old age home if you love your parents He would not give them to the old age home he would keep your pets at home but looks like you don’t love your parents know you were crying I would never give my parents the old age home because I love them

  6. iv been think for a while i really think this virus I really think it's the Chemtrails they sprayed in the air 3 or 4 years ago,. cause they was a lot of whistleblowers that said the cantrells was really a quantity of poison sprayed in the air.. i think they just said about a virus cause really it's the Cantrell's.. an at that time they was spraying Cantrell's all over the world,, cause they was a woman worked for the Air Force they came forth about 2 or 3 year's ago before she retired an said the cantrell's was hi qualities of poison and aluminum that they were spraying in the air.. look it up if you don't believe me.. i can't remember her name..

  7. It,s superrr sadddddd that my mom has COVID-19 and people who had it but they,r dead this virus is very bad like super bad and if anybody in your family has it like me stay away from them but if they have a mask on you can stand a bit closer but not to close and if you have it stay in your room and if you have something to entertain you do it like a xbox or a ps4 or ps5 or xbox series x so find something to entertain you so a iPad or a phone so Remember this if you can this virus is very deadly so we need to have mask,s on to help other people not get it if you have it because you don,t know you will only know if you get tested so get tested if you want to you don,t have to do it but if you,r parents make you i don,t know you can’t deny that just go get tested that,s all

  8. I worked in nursing homes as a Nurses Aid, Certified Nurses Aid & a Licensed Vocational Nurse. I was also a Psychiatric Technician. I mostly worked in psych, pediatrics & geriatrics for over 35 years. I have heard very little about there being problems in the nursing home setting however, it comes as no surprise to me. I got my 1st job as an NA in 1980 at barely 18 yrs old & had zero training. I was "oriented" my 1st night & after that worked alone. Infection control was nonexistent. We were not provided with gloves nor were we ALLOWED to use them. Policies & procedures manual said it was bcuz gloves were "offensive" to the patients. We would tie the patients to their wheelchairs & to the handrails in the hall with sheets. Things have changed alot since then. Nursing homes have been something that has been neglected for years.

  9. As a person he spent all my life in a hospital having surgeries live in a couple of years of not and then all of a sudden having all these diseases happening to me and going to the doctors and getting help all those pharmaceutical medications and all those vaccinations did not do me one bit ago and all it did was deprive my own immune system ability to help itself pharmaceutical medications and vaccines do not help a person one bit unless it’s a trauma situation at the time you have to get to the root cause you have to find out why the body is talking to that person why it’s no longer working in harmony with that person not covered up with pharmaceutical medication and vaccinesThat does not do any human body one bit of good so when you did that and one thing hit that nursing home it was a Costco event what did you expect to happen not one single one of those persons had a good healthy immune system not one single nursing home knows anything about TruHealth Tru anything not even our care doctors that we go to this is what needs to change the world coming from a person who’s lived in it my whole life I’m telling you it’s a broken system and it does not work

  10. The AARP supports the liberal Democrats that sent sick China virus patients to infect the elderly in their nursing homes. Now the AARP is pretending they care about the elderly who were affected, while still supporting the politicians who caused thousands of their deaths.

  11. I'm not a nurse but take care of people in a shelter, some whom came directly from the hospital testing positive but seems somehow not deemed dangerous enough because they don't have any symptoms. We don't have any ppe with the exception of masks. We are at constant risk of being infected especially since 3 office employees have been tested positive and refuse, after 6 days of staying home with symptoms, to wear a mask when dealing with the public and other employees. I'm worried a lot but I am dedicated to helping others and believe God will and is protecting me. I do this work while getting minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.

  12. Sadden by the lost of the loving souls and the families who will never see their love ones again, I a gree pay needs to be increased for( Hazard pay) CNA's, they take orders, and do the work, it takes a hero full of compassion to give of themselves unselfishly to care for another in risk of injuring themselves.

  13. What, SPECIFICALLY, was the difference between the 1 star white care facility with low Covid and the 5 star black facility with a higher incidence? How is this not generally known, if it was significant enough to mention in the first place?

  14. Some people tried to get their elders out of these deadly COVID-19 homes, but by law they had to go through lengthy procedures, or they simply were not allowed to do anything at all. However, as crazy as it sounds, if the COVID-19 was replaced with fire, in this case the folks inside could not only be removed from the facility, but be removed immediately. So if the killer is fire, then OK. But if the killer is COVID-19, then tough luck. ????

  15. And the deaths continue in and out of nursing homes. Yet the NIH and WHO don't act on data regarding the use of Ivermectin for treatment and phophylaxis. See the FLCCC (Front Line Critical Care Alliance of doctors) news conference Dec 4th with their call to action.

  16. This pandemic is tragic and I'm praying for those families who lost loved ones. Long-Term Care Insurance allows you to also stay at home, rather than in a facility, when you need care. Some plans even have bed reservation, so you can take your family member out of the facility and their bed is reserved. Look into it for you and/or your loved one(s), before you are too unhealthy to qualify for it.

  17. My daughter is a CNA in a nursing home. They lost three patients just this week. Lost one health care worker. My daughter currently has COVID-19. She is doing ok, but very sick. It’s real people, it’s not fake or a government conspiracy.

  18. “There is no path to justice that is only comfortable and convenient. We will not create justice until we’re willing to sometimes position ourselves in uncomfortable places and be a witness. . . .we have too many people trying to problem-solve from a distance and when you try to problem-solve from a distance, you miss the details and the nuances of the problems. . . . You have to get close.”
    -Bryan Stevenson, author of Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption
    Thank you participants for sharing your stories of grief, truth, and love.
    Thank you AARP for getting close, for inviting us to be witnesses, and for inspiring us to act on behalf of the most vulnerable among us. May it be so.

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