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How many care homes are to blame for Covid deaths?

How many Covid deaths took place in institutions that were known to be unsafe?

19 September 2020

9:00 AM

19 September 2020

9:00 AM

Cases of coronavirus are on the rise again inside care homes. Last week, Public Health England reported that 35 care homes had ‘infection incidents’ linked to Covid. And an internal Department of Health memo suggested that ‘satellite tests’ — which mainly take place in care homes — were picking up an estimated 1,100 new cases every day.

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