1. Aberdeen care home rated 'weak' after Covid-19 inspection  Aberdeen Evening Express
  2. Care home staff urged to get tested for Covid-19  Shetland News
  3. Coronavirus: How are care homes gearing up for a potential rise in infections? – BBC Newsnight  BBC Newsnight
  4. Covid-19 test results for care home nurses 'consistently delayed and lost'  Nursing Times
  5. Care homes across England are shutting to visitors due to an uptick in coronavirus infections  Daily Mail
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An Aberdeen care home has been ordered to improve by inspectors after being rated as "weak" for its Covid-19 measures.

Aberdeen care home rated 'weak' after Covid-19 inspection - Evening Express

Care UK and HC One, two of the largest care home operators in England, have already closed dozens of homes to visitors having re-opened them over the summer.Care UK and HC One, two of the largest care home operators in England, have already closed dozens of homes to visitors having re-opened them over the summer.

Care homes across England are shutting to visitors due to an uptick in coronavirus infections | Daily Mail Online

The action must not be as 'slow and chaotic' as it was at the start of the yearThe action must not be as 'slow and chaotic' as it was at the start of the year

Calls for winter plans to protect care homes amid signs of rising coronavirus cases - Hull Live

The pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on the home care workforce, which is almost entirely women, and majority Black or Latina.The pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on the home care workforce, which is almost entirely women, and majority Black or Latina.

For home care workers, COVID-19 is a health crisis and an economic one

Care homes bosses in Norfolk have said they prepared to tackle a second wave of coronavirus and have had no problems accessing testing kits or personal protective equipment.Care homes bosses in Norfolk have said they prepared to tackle a second wave of coronavirus and have had no problems accessing testing kits or personal protective equipment.

Norfolk’s care homes say they are prepared for second coronavirus wave | Eastern Daily Press

Care home leaders have accused ministers of failing to deliver on the promise to prioritise the sector amid testing delays and fears that there could be a rush on PPE before the winter.In July theCare home leaders have accused ministers of failing to deliver on the promise to prioritise the sector amid testing delays and fears that there could be a rush on PPE before the winter.In July the

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Some workers in the North West are waiting so long that they are being re-tested before the last result has been delivered.Some workers in the North West are waiting so long that they are being re-tested before the last result has been delivered.

Coronavirus: Care home staff in COVID-19 hotspots wait over a week for test results | UK News | Sky News