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The Lunacy of Forcing Nursing Homes to Take COVID-19 Patients – A Very Bad Decision

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The COVID-19 pandemic has been severe for the United States at large, but especially New York State. Every health care worker is doing the best they can to care for and treat patients testing positive for the Coronavirus using the information and resources available to them.

Recently, we posted a document to our Facebook and Twitter accounts, exposing a recent decision made by the New York Department of Health and Governor Andrew Cuomo. This order prohibited Nursing Homes from testing new and returning residents previously hospitalized amidst the COVID outbreak. It also banned Nursing Homes from denying admission and readmission to residents who tested positive for Coronavirus. The order negatively impacted Nursing Home residents who, due to their age and underlying diseases, are more susceptible to contracting the virus. We found it was our duty to expose the truth and let the rest of New York state know that Governor Andrew Cuomo directly contributed to the spread of COVID-19 to Nursing Home facilities.

The New York Post published an article exposing New York State just 2 hours after our post went out. If you want to read the New York Post article, click here. We rely on the people we elect to represent us and to make the best decisions for the people of New York, but Governor Cuomo and the Department of Health failed us. Keep your loved ones safe and do your best to keep your senior family members out of nursing homes because those homes are no longer healthy.

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