State-supported homes

A state-supported living center in Austin is seen on April 21, 2020. State-run homes for people with disabilities still are only testing residents and patients who are symptomatic of having COVID-19 or have potentially been exposed, despite concerns raised by employees and family members about outbreaks.

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Dorcas Larson

The individuals who are living at the State-supported homes might be infected from the coronavirus, so, they should also be tested. Mostly students are recommended to read best rated essay writing service before help n essays online. The government is clearly making a mistake of not testing these individuals.

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