Folks living in nursing homes are some of the most vulnerable to the impacts of Covid. We must do everything we can to keep them safe from the virus, including implementing these additional precautionary measures at facilities across Connecticut.

Jan 19, 2022 · 10:22 PM UTC

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Are nursing homes still legally immune from liability?
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That’s a difficult question.
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These rules and procedures do not exist.
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Yet know someone in Bridgeport Hospital that is disabled that hasn't been helped shower in days.
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@GovNedLamont I wish you would issue a statewide #MaskMandate -- the patchwork of CT towns with and without mandates is ineffective.
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Interesting that we had surgical masks in society for a hundred years, but no one ever thought to use them to protect against viruses until now? Just like how cavemen had millions of wheels for different purposes, but only after a hundred years realized they could roll.
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Anyone working in the facility should also be vaccinated and both employees and visitors wear masks. Residents who test positive for COVID should be quarantined in their room until they test negative
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