Risk of rapid spread drove plea to act immediately
“They listened but there was no action. Until there were positive cases starting to percolate in long-term care, that’s when the light went on … and the focus turned to long-term care.” VICKI MCKENNA ONTARIO NURSES’ ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT, ON A MEETING WITH HEALTH MINISTER CHRISTINE ELLIOTT IN JANUARY 2020
Crisis Of Care
clude shared rooms, shared bathrooms, high nurse-to-patient ratios, lack of space to isolate infected residents, an inability to have different staff for infected and uninfected residents, and the inability to keep a physical distance of two metres or...
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