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Re-opening nursing facilities to visitors during a pandemic: An early look at experiences Public Deposited

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Petrovic, Marija, et al. Re-opening Nursing Facilities to Visitors During a Pandemic: An Early Look At Experiences. . 2020. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/bcffae35-0536-4a97-aacb-686d1f402d80?locale=en

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Petrovic, Marija, Mack, L, Unroe, K, & Hickman, S. (2020). Re-opening nursing facilities to visitors during a pandemic: An early look at experiences. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/bcffae35-0536-4a97-aacb-686d1f402d80?locale=en

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Petrovic, Marija, Mack, L, Unroe, K, and Hickman, S. Re-Opening Nursing Facilities to Visitors During a Pandemic: An Early Look At Experiences. 2020. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/bcffae35-0536-4a97-aacb-686d1f402d80?locale=en

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Over 1.25 million people reside in nursing facilities in the United States. Nursing facilities have reported 268,707 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 61,765 COVID-19 deaths as of the week of November 2, 2020. Indiana was one of the first states to implement guidance to re-open nursing facility visitation, starting with outdoor visits in March of 2020. Without family visits or other outside social contacts, residents may become lonely, despondent, and have feelings of abandonment which may lead to depression, weight loss, and worsened behavioral symptoms of dementia.

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