A month after allegations of inadequate PPE and testing at Arbors Memory Care, some employees say problems at the facility persist.
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Nevada will enter phase 2 of Sisolak’s reopening plan on May 29, which will allow a significant number of businesses to reopen with restrictions, as well as gatherings of up to 50 people.
Nevada’s COVID-19 data dashboard is reporting inaccurate data for both Churchill and Washoe counties, frustrating some local health officials.
Arbors Memory Care is being investigated by DHHS as of May 21 after six staff members and 32 residents tested positive for COVID-19, and three residents died.
Arbors Memory Care, the site of nearly three dozen COVID-19 cases, is alleged to have not provided adequate PPE or a swift enough response to protect staff and patients from the virus.
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