Jessica Silver-Greenburg

New York Times investigative reporter

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Nursing homes nationwide have been evicting long-time residents to make room for coronavirus patients, who can bring in more money.

Nursing homes are illegally evicting residents to make room for more profitable COVID-19 patients

Nursing homes nationwide have been evicting long-time residents to make room for coronavirus patients, who can bring in more money.

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