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Senior care centers fighting the flu

Senior care centers fighting the flu

Posted: Fri Feb 09 05:10:05 PST 2018
Updated: Fri Feb 09 05:10:05 PST 2018

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that's in part because this season the most common virus is h?3?n?2 which typically means more cases ? hospitalization s and death ? especially among the elderly. it has senior care facilities shifting their flu prevention efforts into high gear. take shorewood senior campus in rochester for example. they have hand sanitizer stations throughout the facility and have masks and disinfectants readily available for residents and visitors. extra steps that so far have proven "we are very fortunate that here at shorewood we have not have any epidemics. so it must be working." staff is being especially vigilant when it comes to sanitizing the facililty's popular and ??
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