On March 25, 2020, New York state lawmakers imposed an immunity provision on nursing homes that could be removed, which prevented healthcare workers and families of nursing home residents from filing lawsuits. A Closer Look at the March Order Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the immunity provision, which prevented nursing homes from denying COVID-positive patients discharged … Read more Will Nursing Home Immunity Change?
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