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Low Wages Make Nursing Homes Hotbeds for Covid-19

Residents of nursing homes or similar facilities account for at least one-quarter of U.S. deaths from Covid-19. The true figure might be a lot higher. The coronavirus has spread to more than 7,000 nursing homes in all 50 states. In at least six, more than half of all Covid-19 deaths took place in long-term care facilities, according to

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