HARTFORD, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — Two nursing homes in Connecticut have been fined for failing to test employees for the coronavirus.
Avery Nursing Home in Hartford was cited. The state says the facility did not test 37 employees, including nurses, in July and August.READ MORE: Senate Moves Forward With Stimulus Bill Marathon After Nearly 12 Hour Stalemate
Hamden Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in Hamden was fined for not testing 39 workers.READ MORE: New York Weather: CBS2’s 3/6 Saturday Morning Forecast
Both facilities were fined $1,140 by the Connecticut Department of Public Health.
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