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Nations seek to ease nursing home loneliness yet keep safe


HALLE
AP
Health
EU Commission
the Hospital Federation
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the Royal College of Nursing


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Hugo de Jonge
elderly.“Ismael
Matt Hancock
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Ursula von der Leyen
Emmanuel Macron
Sophie Santandrea
Synerpa
Marc Bourquin
Donna Kinnair
Jill Lawless
Mike Corder
Matthew Perrone
Cara Anna


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Positivity     40.00%   
   Negativity   60.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://apnews.com/a6050b9bde6e776f8d0989812d9d74f0
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Summary

HALLE, Belgium (AP) — Belgian Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes just wanted to do the humane thing.After so many frail and elderly nursing home residents had been held in seclusion from their loved ones in the first weeks of the lockdown to contain the coronavirus pandemic, Wilmes said her government decided to allow one visitor — in good health — per person.“People can die of loneliness,” Wilmes told parliament on Thursday.

As said here by RAF CASERT and ANGELA CHARLTON