Fighting a Second Wave in Long-Term Care Homes

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Long-term care homes have been some of the hardest hit places by COVID-19 in this province. Considering the lessons from the first wave, why is that still happening? The Agenda discusses the current state of virus control in long-term care homes with Sharleen Stewart, president of SEIU Healthcare, the union that represents more than 60,000 frontline health-care workers in Ontario; Dr. Amit Arya, who specializes in long-term care and holds a joint faculty appointment in the division of palliative care at McMaster University in Hamilton and the University of Toronto; Donna Duncan, chief executive officer at the Ontario Long-term Care Association; and Dr. Samir Sinha, director of geriatrics at Sinai Health and the University Health Network.
Committing to Better Long-Term Care
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