Should critical care nurses then still be allowed on the property?

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News agencies are predicting that the country’s home healthcare providers are actually preparing to see a rise in demand for their services as more elderly patients and those with underlying health conditions stay home to lessen their risk of exposure to COVID-19.
But they see challenges in making sure providers remain healthy—both physically and financially—especially as they compete against hospitals for limited resources.
A Board should institute some very clear rules around the type of protective equipment and supplies that the in-home care nurse should arrive with and wear while entering and during their time at the property – from start to finish. They can ensure that they adhere to the particular rules that apply to building residents and properly check in when they arrive and check out before they leave the property.