A certified nursing assistant (CNA) at a nursing home in a Jacksonville, North Carolina shares the changes that have been made since COVID-19 to protect staff and residents. Visitors aren’t allowed, nurses have started making homemade newspapers for residents, and increased security measures have been put in place. This is the new normal for residents in nursing homes across Coastal Carolina.
Nursing homes and COVID-19
June 24, 2020 shoresides Health on the Coast 00:04:273.10M Comments Off on Nursing homes and COVID-19
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