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With more than 3.27 million people now confirmed to have contracted coronavirus worldwide, here’s the news on the pandemic you may have missed overnight. Coronavirus set to re-emerge in society through care homes, warns NHS chiefWith more than 3.27 million people now confirmed to have contracted coronavirus worldwide, here’s the news on the pandemic you may have missed overnight. Coronavirus set to re-emerge in society

Coronavirus news you might have missed overnight: Covid-19 set to re-emerge in society through care homes, NHS chief warns, as Boris Johnson claims UK past peak | The Independent

A senior NHS chief has warned of a second wave of coronavirus through care homes as they could become the "epicentre" of transmission from patients to staff A senior NHS chief has warned of a second wave of coronavirus through care homes as they could become the "epicentre" of transmission from patients to staff

Coronavirus 'will re-emerge in society' in second wave from care homes warns NHS - Daily Star

A senior NHS England director has warned that care homes spread coronavirus back into wider societyA senior NHS England director has warned that care homes spread coronavirus back into wider society

Fears care homes will be source of future waves of coronavirus - Liverpool Echo

“REPORT: New York Allowed Coronavirus-Infected Nurses To Work In Nursing Home It is almost like Cuomo is trying to kill old people!”

Joey Saladino on Twitter: "REPORT: New York Allowed Coronavirus-Infected Nurses To Work In Nursing Home It is almost like Cuomo is trying to kill old people!"

“Testing for #coronavirus to be extended (from next week) to all staff and residents in Scottish care homes where the virus is present, as part of wider testing expansion - @NicolaSturgeon”

Glenn Campbell on Twitter: "Testing for #coronavirus to be extended (from next week) to all staff and residents in Scottish care homes where the virus is present, as part of wider testing expansion - @NicolaSturgeon"

“To further protect Seniors, Pres Trump announces: -New FEMA shipments of PPE gear to nursing homes -Funding to states to support inspections of nursing homes -Establish Coronavirus Commission to recommend steps to make nursing homes more safe. "It's a big deal," he says.”

Mark Knoller on Twitter: "To further protect Seniors, Pres Trump announces: -New FEMA shipments of PPE gear to nursing homes -Funding to states to support inspections of nursing homes -Establish Coronavirus Commission to recommend steps to make nursing homes more safe. "It's a big deal," he says.… https://t.co/dCwxyefMy8"

“By acting under an exceptional basis allowed in emergencies, we have now been able to remove VAT on PPE until the end of July, saving care homes, businesses and charities more than £100 million and leaving them with more money to fight coronavirus.”

John Howell on Twitter: "By acting under an exceptional basis allowed in emergencies, we have now been able to remove VAT on PPE until the end of July, saving care homes, businesses and charities more than £100 million and leaving them with more money to fight coronavirus."

The call for practices to conduct virtual care home rounds announced this week is not part of the DES for now but is only 'clinical guidance', NHS England has said.The call for practices to conduct virtual care home rounds announced this week is not part of the DES for now but is only 'clinical guidance', NHS England has said.

Virtual care home rounds 'not part of DES for now', says NHS England | News Article | Pulse Today

Care homes are still suffering high death rates as fatalities in hospitals falls and NHS bosses fear they could be the epicentre of spreading coronavirus back into society Care homes are still suffering high death rates as fatalities in hospitals falls and NHS bosses fear they could be the epicentre of spreading coronavirus back into society

Coronavirus could spread back into society from 'epicentre' care homes, NHS boss fears - Mirror Online

An NHS chief has warned that a second wave of coronavirus is likely to occur through care homes, as they will become the 'epicentre' of transmission. THE News ArticleAn NHS chief has warned that a second wave of coronavirus is likely to occur through care homes, as they will become the 'epicentre' of transmission. THE News Article

NHS Chief Warns Second Wave of Coronavirus will come from Care Homes in the UK - Euro Weekly News Spain Top News News Article

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