Government accused of 'jumping gun' on England care home visits

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Care home bosses say visitors hoping to hug loved ones are being turned away due to lack of tests * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage Care home bosses in England have accused the government of “jumping the gun” by announcing that relatives can start hugging their relatives again, and say they are already turning loved ones away because the required Covid tests have not yet arrived. Mike Padgham, the chair of Independent Care Group, which runs care homes in Yorkshire, said just hours after the governmentannounced visits could begin from Wednesday, he was having to disappoint relatives. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on
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