Coronavirus cases in U.S. nursing homes recently jumped into an all-time high, according to a report by the American Health Care Association & the National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). An evaluation of national data revealed that throughout the week beginning July 26, nursing homes had 9,715 COVID-19 instances.
Where tens of thousands of retirees reside, the majority of those cases happened in Sunbelt countries. If there were instances, the peak occurred from the last week of May, the report mentioned.
Slow testing turnaround times per difficulty He added that the latest surge in COVID-19 instances in nursing homes comes on the pick of last month’s spread of this virus at communities from West and the South.”
With the significant current spikes of COVID instances in several states throughout the nation, we were quite worried this trend would cause a rise in cases in nursing homes, and, sadly, it’s,” Parkinson said in a news release. “This is particularly troubling since most nursing homes and other long term care centers continue to be unable to get personal protective gear and testing. They will need to fully combat this virus” A poll found that 87 percent of nursing homes reported slow occasions. The vast majority of centers stated evaluations for taxpayers and employees took longer or two weeks to yield success.
“What we want — today more than ever is for our government leaders and laboratory companies from the private industry to work together to obtain a remedy to prioritize and expedite the processing of evaluations to nursing home residents and practitioners,” Parkinson said.