Florida Nursing Homes Can Have Visitors with no COVID Testing, Task Force Recommends
A Florida task force agreed Wednesday to support reopening long-term care facilities to visitors after nearly six months — without requiring coronavirus testing — but visitors will have to follow a list of rules before going in.
“This visitation is long overdue,” Gov. Ron DeSantis said at a briefing held minutes after the decision. “At this point, we’ve got to get it done. We’ve got to get it done safely. But you can’t keep doing a half-measure to say you can see someone through a window only.”
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