Coronavirus: Care home peak ‘could be months away’  The IndependentView Full coverage on Google News
Care homes could be months away from seeing peak coronavirus infections, a senior leader in the sector has warned, as he lambasted the government’s attitude towards social care.  A day after Boris Johnson declared that Britain as a whole was past the peak of the first wave, Care England chief executive, Professor Martin Green, said there was still “no parity whatsoever”Care homes could be months away from seeing peak coronavirus infections, a senior leader in the sector has warned, as he lambasted the government’s attitude towards social care.  A day after Boris

Coronavirus: Care home peak ‘could be months away’ | The Independent

Care England chief executive Martin Green claimed failures had placed care homes in a precarious position ahead of any potential second waveCare England chief executive Martin Green claimed failures had placed care homes in a precarious position ahead of any potential second wave

Coronavirus peak could hit care homes in 'months' amid fears social care is long way behind hospitals

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 will be the 'epicentres of transmission' for coronavirus spreading back into society, according to a senior NHS England director. In a virtual briefing to hundreds of health service...An NHS director warned that the proportion of care home residents dying had increased from a quarter to 30%,

Care homes will be 'epicentres of transmission' for coronavirus | Metro News

“As my sister goes to take part in a car/social distanced protest for more worker protections at a corona-ravaged nursing home, I'm reminded again about protests that do and don't get covered. It's a sin that those thugs in Michigan get the play while actions like this do not.”

Dave Zirin on Twitter: "As my sister goes to take part in a car/social distanced protest for more worker protections at a corona-ravaged nursing home, I'm reminded again about protests that do and don't get covered. It's a sin that those thugs in Michigan get the play while actions like this do not."

“Many of the largest outbreaks of SARS-CoV-2 in the USA so far have been in certain kinds of workplaces, including nursing homes and prisons, both of which make sense. But there are also many outbreaks in *meatpacking* plants. Why this occupational venue? Let’s talk about this. 1/”

Nicholas A. Christakis on Twitter: "Many of the largest outbreaks of SARS-CoV-2 in the USA so far have been in certain kinds of workplaces, including nursing homes and prisons, both of which make sense. But there are also many outbreaks in *meatpacking* plants. Why this occupational venue? Let’s talk about this. 1/"

“Regular testing of vulnerable populations, in particular those living in assisting living and nursing homes, makes sense and will save lives. #coronavirus https://t.co/iu4MOtzwgJ”

Marc Molinaro on Twitter: "Regular testing of vulnerable populations, in particular those living in assisting living and nursing homes, makes sense and will save lives. #coronavirus https://t.co/iu4MOtzwgJ"

“> Secrecy scandal over coronavirus care home deaths > At least 16 fatalities at one Fife facility > Fury as operators refuse to comment on outbreaks > Scot Gov to ramp up testing of residents and staff > Dundee's Ethel Lees (107) is Scotland's oldest victim Saturday's Courier”

David Clegg on Twitter: "> Secrecy scandal over coronavirus care home deaths > At least 16 fatalities at one Fife facility > Fury as operators refuse to comment on outbreaks > Scot Gov to ramp up testing of residents and staff > Dundee's Ethel Lees (107) is Scotland's oldest victim Saturday's Courier… https://t.co/abhJXPKsGq"

After Boris Johnson claimed the UK has 'passed the peak' of covid-19, politicians face a battle to reopen hospitals and specialist services to those whose operations and care were put on hold.After Boris Johnson claimed the UK has 'passed the peak' of covid-19, politicians face a battle to reopen hospitals and specialist services to those whose operations and care were put on hold.

Cancer care and baby death warnings as NHS battles to restart treatment delayed by coronavirus | Daily Mail 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

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

Any potential future second wave of the virus will be down to failures to support social care, Professor Martin Green said.Any potential future second wave of the virus will be down to failures to support social care, Professor Martin Green said.

Coronavirus care home peak ‘could be months away’ | Barrhead News

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

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