Nursing homes are getting a lot of grief these days.
A growing number of states have banned nursing homes from operating during the summer, while others have enacted restrictions to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
But there’s one nursing home that seems to be taking it one step further.
McGregor is an assisted living home, which means it operates under the strict supervision of a physician who can also prescribe medication.
It’s a very small, but very important place.
They have about 600 beds, and when they opened up in the early 2000s, they didn’t have a staff.
Today, they have more than 300, and they are receiving a lot more visitors.
When I got there, they had a room with a TV in it.
There were three women who were in the room with me.
One of them said, “We’re really worried.
The nurses are really worried.”
The other said, “It’s not the nurses who are worried, it’s us.”
And the third said, ‘We’re just worried because we haven’t seen any signs of any infections.’
And that was the last person that I saw in the nursing home.
The nurses who were there that day were so worried about the nurses, they were worried about me.
It was the same for me, it was the other women.
I was terrified.
They didn’t want to do anything.
Because of that, I had to tell them, “Look, I can’t do this, I’m not doing this.”
They were so kind, they cared.
And I really love them.
I really, really love their staff.
But that day I told them, I can’t just stay in that room, I have to go home.
They said, `We’ll make sure you don’t do that, you can come back in a week.’
They had a nurse with me, who was an RN and they said, “You know, that’s the most important thing.
You have to get back to work.
You don’t want anyone else to get sick.
You can’t stay there.
We can do that.”
So they made a decision.
That nurse came back in the next day.
She was really nice, she really cared.
She said, if we could keep this place clean, we could stay there, and I just went home.
The nursing home had no problem with me going home.
It just kept telling me to go back to the hospital.
Then the next year, the nurse who had been with me that day was not there.
They said, You know, you’re going to have to take her out of the nursing house, she’s going to need to go.
So I did, and she’s out right now.
This is not a new thing, this is a very old, very difficult, very hard story.
This is a nursing home in Tennessee, and one day it’s going up in flames.
Nursing home burns to the ground There is no question that the nursing homes that are currently operating in the US have a lot to do with the epidemic.
In fact, one nursing homes in particular is directly responsible for about 50% of all cases of coronacosis in the country.
Since 2000, more than 2,300 nursing homes have closed their doors in the United States, with many of those closures stemming from the pandemic.
According to a report by The Center for Health Protection, there were 1,073 nursing homes and other facilities that reported more than 250 cases of COVID-19 at some point during the pandemics outbreak.
At McGregor, there are only a few residents who were not allowed to stay at the nursing facility.
“The staff is devastated,” one of the residents said.
“They were the ones who were working on the beds.
They did all the bed cleaning, they did all of the cleaning of the kitchen, they got all the cleaning done.
[They were] just the ones that had to take care of the patients and keep the bed clean.”
“We were like the last line of defense,” said another resident.
Some of the staff was able to keep the home going, but others had to retire and start their own nursing homes.
By early August, McGill University Hospital was unable to keep its entire nursing staff on staff.
“It was just a big, big blow to us,” one resident said.
Despite the devastating loss of life, McGregar is still one of only three nursing homes that operate during the season, and its only the second to have an entire staff that has been transferred from one facility to another.
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