AARP Michigan believes any election reform legislation should protect and enhance access to voting and ensure safety for voters 50 and older and others who participate in the process.
Staff cases fall, but staffing and PPE shortages also rise during the four weeks ending May 16 in Michigan, updated AARP dashboard indicates.
New AARP Analysis Shows While Michigan COVID Cases Rise, Deaths Continue to Decline in Nursing Homes
Deaths of nursing home residents in Michigan dropped to .04 per 100 residents, the lowest number since the dashboard was launched in June of 2020, and down from .08 in the previous report. But COVID cases increased to .52 per 100 residents, compared to .32 in the prior report.
Michigan nursing home COVID-19 case and death rates decline; nearly one-third still report staff shortages
Deaths of nursing home residents in Michigan for the month leading up to March 21 are significantly lower than in the previous period, dropping from a rate of .70 to .08 per 100 residents. New infections among residents also dropped substantially from 2.3 per 100 residents to .32. Cases among staff fell by half, from 2.3 per 100 residents to 1.15.
New AARP Analysis Shows Michigan COVID Cases and Deaths Declining in Nursing Homes; Chronic Issues Remain
Nursing Home Dashboard Report also shows more than one-third of nursing homes still have staffing shortages. Report covers four weeks leading up to Feb. 14.
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Grants that range from hundreds to tens of thousands of dollars will support coronavirus recovery and emphasize diversity and inclusion in local communities.
New AAARP analysis shows from December 21 to January 17, the rate of coronavirus cases per 100 Michigan nursing home residents declined from 11.0 to 6.1 among residents and 10.6 to 5.9 among staff. Resident death rates dipped slightly, from 2.17 to 2.12 deaths for every 100 people living in a nursing home.
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Gov. Gretchen Whtimer and Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, Michigan's chief medical executive, answered a wide range of questions from call participants about the coronavirus vaccination process in the state.
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