Nursing homes told to withhold information on Covid-19 outbreaks from families
Memo from Nursing Homes Ireland claimed instruction came from Nphet
Nursing homes were told not to tell residents and families of the extent of Covid-19 outbreaks by their representative group, the Business Post can reveal.
In March, Nursing Homes Ireland (NHI), which represents private and voluntary nursing homes, circulated a memo to its members. The memo, which has been seen by this newspaper, stated: “The nursing home has been instructed at this time by the [National] Public Health Emergency Team to not provide...
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