Category: COVID-19 Claims
There is mounting pressure from the public to increase transparency about COVID-19 in nursing homes and long-term care facilities across the United States.
A Wall Street Journal investigation found that cruise lines continued to fill their ships with passengers, even after they had ample evidence to believe their fleet of luxury liners was an incubator for COVID-19 since early March 2020.
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For many people, embarking on a cruise is a great way to unwind and escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. However, the sense of fun and adventure associated with cruise ships has dramatically changed since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year. Passengers and crew members on more than 32 cruise ships have been infected with COVID-19, resulting in thousands of people sick, dozens of fatalities and extended quarantine stays. A Wall Street Journal investigation...
CBS News reported on April 29, 2020 that at least 9 American crew members of Holland America’s Oosterdam cruise ship were blocked from getting off in Los Angeles by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
At least 169 of Florida’s 748 COVID-19 deaths were related to infections in 303 long-term care facilities.
The focus on COVID-19 in nursing homes and long-term care facilities continues to heighten across the country as the resident death rate is still growing exponentially. More than 400 deaths have been reported in Florida nursing homes, nearly 30% of the total deaths in the state.