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How one Montreal long-term care home managed to avoid COVID-19

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She says rapid action, dedicated infection-control teams and constant communication with staff were some of the keys to keeping the virus at bay, and they could provide a blueprint for other homes to follow if a second wave occurs.Morlese said acting early, often ahead of the provincial government directives, was central to preventing infection.The centre began developing a pandemic plan in January, before the first case in the province was declared, and made the decision early on to ban visitors and require staff members returning from overseas to stay home until testing showed they were not infected.By February, meetings to discuss the pandemic were held daily.Staff members were brought on board early and subjected to a thorough screening..

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