Washington state planned to provide software to manage the complex process of getting vaccine doses into arms. But the launch was delayed at least a...
Nursing homes in Washington state struggled with adequate staffing for years. Then coronavirus struck.
Even before the pandemic, regulators found patients suffering from staffing problems in over half of the nursing homes in Washington state. But the state still lacks a sweeping response.
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