1. Care England chief: we won't know true COVID-19 care home death toll  Daily Mail
  2. Coronavirus peak in care homes 'could be months away', charity warns  Mirror Online
  3. Revealed: Government was telling care homes Covid-19 outbreak 'very unlikely' even as cases hit 800  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Accept coronavirus patients or face cash cut, care homes warned by government  Mirror Online
  5. Faces of the coronavirus care home crisis as calls for public inquiry get louder  Mirror Online
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The true scale of the coronavirus crisis 'burning through' care homes may never be known, according head of Care England Professor Martin Green.The true scale of the coronavirus crisis 'burning through' care homes may never be known, according head of Care England Professor Martin Green.

We'll never know the true COVID-19 care home death toll, says Care England's Professor Martin Green | Daily Mail Online

Professor Martin Green, chief executive of Care England, questioned why the government response wasn't faster to protect people in care homes - warning the peak could still be months away Professor Martin Green, chief executive of Care England, questioned why the government response wasn't faster to protect people in care homes - warning the peak could still be months away

Coronavirus peak in care homes 'could be months away', charity warns - Mirror Online

Public Health England advice for care homes on how to protect elderly residents from coronavirus was not updated until mid-MarchPublic Health England advice for care homes on how to protect elderly residents from coronavirus was not updated until mid-March

Revealed: Government was telling care homes Covid-19 outbreak 'very unlikely' even as cases hit 800

“Day 51 of Italy red area, spike in daily deaths but it is due to counting #coronavirus deaths in care homes from last days of April. Lockdown is virtually over: the silence has disappeared https://t.co/dXNagKyBHm”

Tancredi Palmeri on Twitter: "Day 51 of Italy red area, spike in daily deaths but it is due to counting #coronavirus deaths in care homes from last days of April. Lockdown is virtually over: the silence has disappeared… https://t.co/gFZuiIb5st"

“NEW: Just out from @DHSCgovuk: 28,131 people have now died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for #coronavirus. A rise of 621 from yesterday”

Chris Ship on Twitter: "NEW: Just out from @DHSCgovuk: 28,131 people have now died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for #coronavirus. A rise of 621 from yesterday"

“The story of Rose Hegarty and how Ireland's nursing homes became coronavirus ground zero https://t.co/rUOLg5u5A3 via @IrishTimesLife”

Fintan O'Toole on Twitter: "The story of Rose Hegarty and how Ireland's nursing homes became coronavirus ground zero https://t.co/rUOLg5u5A3 via @IrishTimesLife"

“I’m aware of the concerns about the well-being of our beloved seniors in the midst of many coronavirus outbreaks at nursing home facilities in Rutherford County and throughout Tennessee.”

Christopher J. Hale on Twitter: "I’m aware of the concerns about the well-being of our beloved seniors in the midst of many coronavirus outbreaks at nursing home facilities in Rutherford County and throughout Tennessee.… https://t.co/BcAZyQWztR"