Not Easy To Safeguard Nursing Homes

From GovTech: Florida Seniors Left Vulnerable Because of Generator Rules
Florida changed regulations to require backup generators and enough fuel to maintain comfortable temperatures at all 3,749 nursing homes and assisted living facilities statewide in case of power loss. Only some complied.

1 thought on “Not Easy To Safeguard Nursing Homes

  1. Mainland America’s Hurricane Alley starts at Florida. Neglected from the public’s perception of hurricanes are the perils of flooding, wind damage and the mosquitoes.

    It’s not just climate control machinery and the fuel. A flooded road precludes routine supply deliveries, public safety support and so forth. Health care facilities are around the top of the pile for being capital-intensive.

    Perhaps other areas of the nation are more appropriate locations for the elderly-dependent.

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