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Failure to Care: Oregon has allowed many long-term care centers to escape accountability for the Covid deaths of elderly residents

Jack Forrest, Sally Segar and Jassy McKinley | More than 1,700 residents of Oregon’s long-term care centers have died from COVID-related illnesses, state records show.

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