Green House nursing homes kept COVID cases low via small sizes, private rooms, universal workers

Through July, the Green House Project reported its homes had just 32.5 positive cases per 1,000 residents, almost five times fewer than the national average for nursing homes. COVID deaths were also low; Green House homes saw just under three deaths per 1,000 residents, about 14 times fewer than the national average. Everything that I know about good infection control, I believe was inherently built within this model,’ said Green House Project Senior Director Susan Ryan.

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