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POLICE TELL US ALL THE VICTIMS

WERE IN THEIR MID 20S.

SEVERAL MEMBERS OF CONGRESS WANT

MICHIGAN TO LOOK INTO HOW THE

STATE HANDLED CORONAVIRUS AT

NURSING HOMES.

>> STEVE: GRANT HERMES REPORTS

LAWMAKERS ARE BRINGING THEIR

DEMANDS TO ATTORNEY GENERAL DANA

NESSEL.

>> NURSING HOMES ACCOUNT FOR ONE

IN FIVE DEATHS IN MICHIGAN

DURING THE PANDEMIC AND A MAJOR

POINT OF CONTENTION WITHIN THE

STATE.

NOW THAT DEBATE HAS MOVED TO

WASHINGTON AS CASES AGAIN TO

RISE AGAIN.

IN A NEW LETTER TO ATTORNEY

GENERAL DANA NESSEL, EACH OF

MICHIGANS MEMBERS CALLING ON

THE STATE FOR USING NURSING

HOMES FOR CARE OF COVID

PATIENTS.

AND WHY THE STATE IGNORED THE

ADVISE WARNING NOT TO RELEASE

COVID PATIENTS INTO LONG-TERM

CARE.

LOUISIANA REPRESENTATIVE STEVE

SCALISE SAYING THAT FAMILIES

DESERVE ANSWERS AND AVODABLE.

>> IF WE COULD GO BACK IN TIME.

>> AND PUTTING THE COVID

PATIENTS IN HIGHLY VULNERABLE

PLATES

PLACES WAS BASED ON SCIENCE.

>> THERE WERE THINGS TO IMPROVE

UPON, BUT IT WAS BASED ON THE

BEST SCIENCE TO PROTECT PEOPLE

AND SAVE LIVES.

>> SOMETHING THAT HEALTH EXPERTS AGREED WITH, THERE NEEDED TO BE

AGREED WITH, THERE NEEDED TO BE

MORE HELP FROM FOR NURSING

HOMES.

TELLING KAREN DREW, TWAES IT WAS

THE NATIONS BIGGEST FAILURE.

>> IT WAS GRIMMER IN COVID.

WHILE WE WERE ALL WORRIED ABOUT

WHO HAS GOT THE PROTECTIVE GEAR

AND WHOS GOT THE TRAINING, NO

ONE WENT TO THE NURSING HOMES

AND GAVE THEM ANYTHING.

>> SO FAR ATTORNEY GENERAL

NESTLE HAS NOT SAID IF SHELL

OPEN AN INVESTIGATION OR SENT

LETTERS TO NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY,

CALIFORNIA, PENNSYLVANIA, ALL

LED BY DEMOCRATS WHO HAVE

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