COVID-19

Michelle Fishburne holding her dog, Buddy, in front of her RV
When Michelle Fishburne lost her job during the pandemic, she hit the road in her RV to connect with people from all walks of life across the U.S.
Facilities are beginning to innovate and put in place best practices to drive down the number of COVID-19 cases among residents and staff.
The pandemic has changed the way we think of long-term care, and if we lean into the crisis-earned set of lessons learned, we can do more than just tweak the system. We can transform it.
Now that we are reaching a point where the U.S. has an adequate supply of COVID-19 vaccines, officials must consider how to identify and reach older adults who remain unvaccinated, particularly those who want but have been unable to access a vaccine.
A close up of a face mask being held in the hand of a woman outside
About half of Americans surveyed said they feel uneasy about adjusting to in-person interaction once the pandemic ends, even when vaccinated.
Two women sitting and talking with each other on a park bench
The pandemic hasn’t just stopped many of us from interacting with family and friends. It’s also stopped us from chatting with strangers.
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