Many older people are being airbrushed out of coronavirus figures in the Uk charities have warned. The official death toll has been criticized for only covering people who die in hospital but not there in care homes or in their own houses. It comes after the government confirmed there has Baan virus outbreak at more than 2000 care homes in England
The valuation will b passed to the government but ministers have said it was unlikely restriction would change on Monday the Uk chief medical adviser said he would like much more extensive testing in care homes due to the large numbers of vulnerable people there
prof Chris Whitty told daily downing street COVID-19 briefing on that 92 home in the UK reported outbreak in one day
The department of Health and social care later confirmed 2099 care homes in England for elderly people.
The current figures are airbrushing older people out like they don’t matter caroline Abrahams the charity’s director said, that the office for national statics is due to release new figures on the number of deaths involving COVID-19, which include every community death linked COVID-19 in England and Wales.Older People Are Being Airbrushed
Ms. Abrahams said, that the lack of personal protective equipment and testing id leading to the spread of COVID-19 across the care home sector.
we were underprepared for this. We are playing catch-up on getting enough protective equipment and testing.I’, wondering the needs of care homes were taken seriously early on, she said that she joined industry leaders from Maries Curie Care England Independent Age and the Alzheimer’s Society wriy=ting a letter to Health Secretary Matt Hancock demanding a care package to support social care through the pandemic
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