. Ontarians Suffered ‘Agonizing’ Weeks While Nursing Home Group Hired Lobbyists « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Huff Post – It was pouring rain when Kara Ferreira returned to her mother’s nursing home in late April to choose an outfit for her to be buried in. Along with her husband and sister, she wore personal protective equipment (PPE) because of a COVID-19 outbreak at the home.

After she chose a fluffy purple sweater and butterfly brooch, staff asked why Ferreira wasn’t taking the rest of her mother’s belongings.

She believed they may be contaminated because her mother and her roommate both had the novel coronavirus. So staff at Grace Manor in Brampton, Ont., said they’d get rid of them…

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