Assisted living communities and other healthcare settings cited for previous COVID-19 safety violations are facing additional pandemic-related scrutiny from the federal government.
The coronavirus pandemic changed nearly every aspect of our lives, including our plans for retirement.
Older adults have been hit hard. 95% of all coronavirus deaths in the U.S. involved a patient who was at least 50 years old, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Older adults are also more likely to suffer from the virus’s lasting effects, commonly known as long COVID.