1. Higher PPE costs of care homes passed on to clients, UK charity says  The Guardian
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“"To be frank what happened was the existing distribution system got completely overwhelmed." CEO of @NHSProviders @ChrisCEOHopson says trusts are now getting the PPE they need but it's more challenging care homes and GP surgeries. MR #KayBurley #Coronavirus https://t.co/QskXwUON2Q”

Kay Burley on Twitter: ""To be frank what happened was the existing distribution system got completely overwhelmed." CEO of @NHSProviders @ChrisCEOHopson says trusts are now getting the PPE they need but it's more challenging care homes and GP surgeries. MR #KayBurley #Coronavirus… https://t.co/ibtO4Or5F6"

“Been contacted by many people with stories about suspected (even confirmed) CV19 cases, sent from hospitals back to care homes too soon, infection clusters, inadequate PPE, doctors entering only "heart failure" or "pneumonia" on death certificates of clear suspected CV19 cases.”

Alex Andreou on Twitter: "Been contacted by many people with stories about suspected (even confirmed) CV19 cases, sent from hospitals back to care homes too soon, infection clusters, inadequate PPE, doctors entering only "heart failure" or "pneumonia" on death certificates of clear suspected CV19 cases."

“This week the city is surging PPE's into the city's nursing homes, @NYCMayor says there are questions if these private facilities did as best as they could, but for now the city will make sure they have the materials they need.”

Gloria Pazmino on Twitter: "This week the city is surging PPE's into the city's nursing homes, @NYCMayor says there are questions if these private facilities did as best as they could, but for now the city will make sure they have the materials they need."

“LACK OF PROTECTIVE GEAR, TESTING HINDERS HOME HEALTH — Some of the millions of patients relying on home health services don’t want their aides to come, fearing that they may inadvertently bring the coronavirus with them, POLITICO’s Joanne Kenen and Alice Miranda Ollstein report.”

Liz Szabo on Twitter: "LACK OF PROTECTIVE GEAR, TESTING HINDERS HOME HEALTH — Some of the millions of patients relying on home health services don’t want their aides to come, fearing that they may inadvertently bring the coronavirus with them, POLITICO’s Joanne Kenen and Alice Miranda Ollstein report."