«Nursing homes across the U.S. will have minimum staffing level requirements as part of a proposed federal order by the Biden administration to address conditions at the long-term facilities that were ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic…

Adam Glickman, secretary-treasurer of SEIU 775, which represents long-term care workers in Washington and Montana, called the proposed rules a ‘bold positive step’ to improve staffing and quality care. He noted the Washington Legislature made initial steps to improve wages for direct care workers, but added that nursing homes remain underfunded.»

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