GPS, I was referring to my mom's specific assisted living facility. Not a single case of resident or worker. And the residents have two choices if they need a doctor. They either do a tele-visit, or if they actually have to go to the doctor, they're quarantined for two weeks upon return. But the result has been, not a single case.GreenPuddleSplash wrote: ↑Sun Jul 26, 2020 3:51 pmRobert, that's not true as Louisiana has made nursing home carona reporting much more obfuscated and delayed. You have to dig through the LDHH reports and still you'll find "data pending" on columns for different nursing homes and keep in mind that they make reporting in increments of 7 days instead of daily like they did in March. Carona is still spreading in nursing homes across the state including Orleans Parish, albeit not as fast as in March, but it's still happening.RobertM320 wrote: ↑Sun Jul 26, 2020 9:21 amOnly if they're in a nursing home in NY or NJ or someplace like that. My mom is in an assisted living facility here in Metairie. They locked down on March 12th. To date, they have not had A SINGLE CASE of Covid, either in residents OR staff.
http://ldh.la.gov/assets/oph/Coronaviru ... _72220.pdf
I didn't mean to imply there were no cases in nursing homes, but since the entire death total in LA is around 3600, it means one of two things: either our nursing home deaths are relatively low (NY is well over 7000), or we have a fairly low number among the general population. Either way, we're never going to see the death rates that NY and NJ did because of those policies.