The Good Shepherd Nursing Home in West Virginia lifted its coronavirus lockdown in February.
For months, residents had been confined to their rooms, unable to mix. But with everybody now vaccinated, it was finally time to see one another again.
We share some of the relief and joy about the tip-toe back to normalcy for staff members and residents.
Guest: Sarah Mervosh, a national reporter for The New York Times.
- The Good Shepherd Nursing Home, where vaccinations have finished, offers a glimpse at what the other side of the pandemic might look like.
- Nursing homes, once hot spots of the coronavirus, are far outpacing the rest of the United States in Covid declines.
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