New York Allowed Coronavirus-Infected Nurses To Work In Nursing Home

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New York Allowed Coronavirus-Infected Nurses To Work In Nursing Home

New York allowed coronavirus-infected nurses to work in nursing homes, a new report published Wednesday by the New York Post suggests. State officials allegedly signed off on allowing nurses who tested positive for the novel coronavirus to volunteer at Hornell Gardens nursing home in upstate New York.

Andrew Cuomo Forced Nursing Homes to Accept Coronavirus Patients, Now It’s Killing Elderly Residents

New York state enacted a measure last month that seems downright cruel during this coronavirus outbreak. Nursing homes, which house those most vulnerable to coronavirus, are forced to accept patients who had tested positive for the disease. Officials claim it’s a necessary step to ease overcrowding at hospitals and that the discharged patients will be cleared by medical professionals.