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COVID VACCINES MEAN END OF ISOLATION FOR RETIREMENT HOME 
Jan. 27 The Wall Street Journal 
Residents mingle with each other for the first time since COVID-19 restrictions were imposed.

KEY FUNDING AND WAIVERS AND LIKELY TO EXTEND THROUGH 2021

Jan. 26 McKnight's LTC News
The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency declaration is likely remain throughout the year. 

NEARLY 90% OF U.S. NURSING HOMES RECEIVED TWO DOSES OF COVID VACCINE
Jan. 25 McKnight's LTC News
About 195,000 long term care residents and workers have taken the both doses of the vaccine. 

HHS PUSHES BACK DEADLINE FOR PROVIDER RELIEF FUND REPORTING

Jan. 25 McKnight's LTC News
Healthcare providers now have a grace period to report how they used the funds to the federal government. 

ANTIBODY DRUG MAY DRASTICALLY CUT COVID RISK FOR RESIDENTS

Jan. 22 McKnight's LTC News 
Study shows the therapy reduced resident risk by up to 80 percent. 

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