News Roundup: Nursing Homes Struggle As Staff Choose Unemployment Checks Over Paychecks

IntelyCare CEO David Coppins discusses complications surrounding the CARES Act on nursing professionals in post-acute care facilities. Many are opting to stay home due to safety concerns and heightened unemployment pay. Following is a roundup of news articles from GBH 89.7, who conducted the interview with Coppins, and other NPR radio stations that circulated the news.

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