Updates for Coordinating Care

Senior care communities must address continuous, infectious disease surges and the resulting resident care. It’s important that everyone—from politicians to family members—understand that senior care workers are at ground zero, caring for the Americans most at risk for severe COVID-19, RSV, and flu. We must push the federal government to give senior care communities more tools to address these surges, not create punitive mandates against our nation’s careforce.

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Updates for Coordinating Care


COVID-specific monoclonal antibody treatments, including EVUSHELD, are no longer effective against variants.

For a period of time, staff that are vaccinated and boosted, or even previously infected, can decrease their transmission to others by 50%.

COVID-19 doesn't care if you're red or blue. The healthcare environment in which individuals live, rather than how they vote, is what impacts the COVID-19 mortality rate the most.


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