At a nursing home in Kansas, a single resident tested positive for the coronavirus on Oct. 7. Two weeks later, all 62 residents have become infected, along with at least 12 staff members, and 10 of the residents have died.
This is heartbreaking -- and should be a warning. On Oct. 7, one resident of a nursing home in Kansas tested positive for Covid-19. Now all 62 residents are infected and 10 have died. Please, please, please, folks, be careful.
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All 62 residents of a Kansas nursing home caught the virus in two weeks.
Here’s a briefing summarizing our findings in the : And a direct link to the new research: Let’s unpack this 2/
Covid deaths in nursing homes make up about 38% of total covid deaths in the US, a slight decline from June, when nursing homes made up about 43% of US deaths. However, the decline may be temporary, amid a new surge of cases.
Rationale for "challenge trials" (where they give you the coronavirus on purpose) is evolving. No longer to see if a vaccine works, but which works best? Might be a better use the approach since comparing vaccines going to be difficult.
It has happened before & is happening again.😢 "At a nursing home in Kansas, a single resident tested positive for #coronavirus on Oct. 7. Two weeks later, all 62 residents have become infected, along with 12 staff members & 10 of the residents have died"
After weeks of spread and warnings in certain areas, a third surge of coronavirus infections has now firmly taken hold across much of the United States.
Trump has managed to increase American "skepticism" of vaccines. Only in this case it may be justified.