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Bottom line: buildings lacking air control systems designed for infection control are problematic if both individual and collective efforts to limit transmission are not considered.
This article suggests this difficulty in talking about the need to improve indoor ventilation may be because of its complexity. I think there is something else going on: easy to put COVID-19 preventive measures on the person (wash hands; stay distant; wear a mask; pursue vaccination) but harder to talk about measures that may well
Maryland has long led the way with its all payor hospital payment system. This approach has not proven to be easily replicable elsewhere, however. Now, New York tiptoes in to the area of medical-loss ratios or profitability caps for nursing homes. This should be interesting to watch. The COVID-19-induced scrutiny of for profit nursing homes