23 New York nursing homes fined $328K for COVID-19 safety violations

Ninety-five citations have been provided to 77 assisted living home because of the on-site assessments. Considering that March 1, the department has imposed $328,000 in fines to 23 centers for COVID-19 safety offenses, which only represents a portion of the overall variety of cases the state is actively pursuing fines for, according to the spokesperson..

The New York State Department of Health has performed 1,867 on-site infection control studies considering that March 1, with at least one visit to every nursing house and adult care facility in the state, according to a declaration from a health department representative..

Gabrielle Masson –
Thursday, September 24th, 2020

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Twenty-three New York assisted living home have actually been fined for COVID-19 safety violations because March, according to NBC affiliate WHEC-TV.

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