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Home Health News Virus ‘starkly exposed’ aged care flaws – Australian Associated Press

Virus ‘starkly exposed’ aged care flaws – Australian Associated Press

Federal heath authorities failed to develop a coronavirus plan for aged care homes, with the pandemic leaving flaws in the sector “starkly exposed”, a royal commission has been told. 

Australia’s virus aged care death rate is among the highest in the world, at 68 per cent, counsel assisting the commission Peter Rozen QC said on Monday.

As of Sunday, 203 of the nation’s almost 300 deaths had been in aged care. 

He said while much had been done to…

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