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Two officials charged with ‘deadly decision' that led to Covid-19 outbreak at Massachusetts veterans' facility

1 month ago   |   By RT

The Massachusetts attorney general is pressing criminal charges against two officials for a “deadly” decision that led to a Covid-19 outbreak in a veterans' health care facility.
Holyoke Soldiers' Home Superintendent Bennett Walsh and Dr. David Clinton, the facility's former medical director, are facing felony charges over their decision to combine veterans who were exhibiting Covid-19 symptoms with others not showing any sign of the virus into a single unit.
The attorney general's office also alleges some veterans were marked as being asymptomatic but were actually showing symptoms...
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Criminal indictments in COVID-19 deaths at Massachusetts veterans home

Criminal indictments in COVID-19 deaths at Massachusetts veterans home

1 month ago   |   By KCRA

Two former leaders of a Massachusetts veterans home have been indicted on criminal charges in connection with the COVID-19 deaths of nearly a dozen veterans.
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