Heavily criticized veterans’ home sued over COVID outbreak


HARRISBURG, Pa. – A state-run veterans’ home in Pennsylvania heavily criticized for its handling of a coronavirus outbreak inside its walls drew a federal wrongful death lawsuit Monday, filed by family members of five residents who died of COVID-19.


The family members accuse Southeastern Veterans’ Center administrators of violating state and federal laws meant to protect nursing home residents, and failing to create and follow appropriate infection-control procedures and to ensure adequate staffing.


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