Vancouver care home where 41 died saw ‘minimal risk’ when first staffer caught Covid-19, letting visits and group activities continue

Jan 13, 2021 | INVESTING

A Vancouver care home where 41 residents died in British Columbia’s deadliest Covid-19 outbreak initially told relatives there was “minimal” risk when a staff member first tested positive, so it was letting visits and group activities continue “without pause”, a leaked memo reveals.It is unclear exactly when the staff member tested positive, or how long activities and visits had been allowed to continue afterwards. But it was not until two days after the November 20 memo that the first resident…

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