Care Facilities Deal with COVID-19: How Are Maine's Congregate Care Places Dealing with the Virus
Nationwide, nursing homes and other congregate care facilities are hot spots for COVID-19--among residents and staff. Maine is seeing a similar pattern of outbreaks at different group care facilities across the state. What protective measures are in place, and what more can be done to stem the spread of the coronavirus?
Rick Erb, president & CEO, Maine Health Care Association
Jeanne Lambrew, Commissioner of Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services
Nirav Shah, director, Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Kelley Kash, CEO and Retired United States Air Force Colonel, Maine Veterans Homes
Mark Swann, executive director, Preble Street
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