1. Some Hospitals Fail To Set COVID-19 Patients Apart, Putting Others at Risk  NPR
  2. Uttar Pradesh: Common toilets put Covid-19 patients at risk of secondary infection  Hindustan Times
  3. Hospitals, Nursing Homes Fail to Separate COVID Patients, Putting Others at Risk  Kaiser Health News
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Nurses say COVID-19 patients have sometimes been housed in the same units as uninfected patients. While officials have penalized nursing homes for such failures, hospitals have seen less scrutiny.Nurses say COVID-19 patients have sometimes been housed in the same units as uninfected patients. While officials have penalized nursing homes for such failures, hospitals have seen less scrutiny.

Some Hospitals Fail To Set COVID-19 Patients Apart, Putting Others at Risk : Shots - Health News : NPR

Experts said even if a washroom has a soap dispenser, the chances of oral, faecal, bacterial or water-borne infection would still be highExperts said even if a washroom has a soap dispenser, the chances of oral, faecal, bacterial or water-borne infection would still be high

Uttar Pradesh: Common toilets put Covid-19 patients at risk of secondary infection - lucknow - Hindustan Times

COVID patients have been commingled with uninfected patients in California, Florida, New Jersey, Iowa, Ohio, Maryland, New York and beyond. While officials have penalized nursing homes for such failures, hospitals have seen less scrutiny.COVID patients have been commingled with uninfected patients in California, Florida, New Jersey, Iowa, Ohio, Maryland, New York and beyond. While officials have penalized nursing homes for such fai…

Hospitals, Nursing Homes Fail to Separate COVID Patients, Putting Others at Risk | Kaiser Health News