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Spain nursing home ravaged by coronavirus managed by company that 'didn't give a da--,' nurse says


Spain nursing home ravaged by coronavirus managed by company that 'didn't give a da--,' nurse says



An Associated Press investigation into a 160-bed nursing home where 42 died revealed widespread cost-cutting for years leading up to the pandemic and a series of questionable decisions at the height of the crisis. That included the facility’s top doctor admonishing workers for weeks not to wear masks, and allowing six crucial days to pass before complying with a government order to separate the sick from the well.

via FOX NEWS Spain nursing home ravaged by coronavirus managed by company that 'didn't give a da--,' nurse says

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