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Organization Type: National Institutions

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Title: Limits and Opportunities of Federal Reporting on COVID-19 in Nursing Facilities | KFF

URL: https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/issue-brief/limits-and-opportunities-of-federal-reporting-on-covid-19-in-nursing-facilities/

Collection: Global Health Events web archive

Description: This brief explores the extent to which state and federal data on coronavirus in long-term care (LTC) facilities differ and discusses the likely causes for these differences. While federal reporting offers promise for analyzing the intersection of COVID-19 and LTC facilities, state data will continue to play a role in highlighting the scope of the crisis across facility types and trends in COVID-19 within these facilities over time.

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Title: Communities of Color at Higher Risk for Health and Economic Challenges due to COVID-19 | KFF

URL: https://www.kff.org/disparities-policy/issue-brief/communities-of-color-at-higher-risk-for-health-and-economic-challenges-due-to-covid-19/

Collection: Global Health Events web archive

Description: A brief report titled, "Communities of Color at Higher Risk for Health and Economic Challenges due to COVID-19" by Samantha Artiga, Rachel Garfield, and Kendal Orgera. Published by the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) on 7 April 2020. The brief "analyzes data on underlying health conditions, health coverage and health care access, and social and economic factors by race and ethnicity to provide insight into how the health and financial impacts of COVID-19 may vary across racial/ethnic groups."

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Title: Children’s Health and Well Being During the Coronavirus Pandemic | KFF

URL: https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/issue-brief/childrens-health-and-well-being-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/

Collection: Global Health Events web archive

Description: This brief examines how a range of economic and societal disruptions stemming from COVID-19 may affect the health and well-being of children and families. It finds that school openings/closures, social distancing, loss of health coverage, and disruptions in medical care could negatively impact the health and well-being children in the U.S.

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Title: COVID-19 and Workers at Risk: Examining the Long-Term Care Workforce | KFF

URL: https://www.kff.org/medicaid/issue-brief/covid-19-and-workers-at-risk-examining-the-long-term-care-workforce/

Collection: Global Health Events web archive

Description: This analysis focuses on the characteristics of the 4.5 million people who work in long-term care settings. Since the COVID-19 pandemic first surfaced in the United States, outbreaks in these facilities have been widespread, and it is estimated that about one-fifth of all deaths from COVID-19 are tied to nursing facilities.

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Title: Almost One in Four Adult Workers is Vulnerable to Severe Illness from COVID-19 | KFF

URL: https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/issue-brief/almost-one-in-four-adult-workers-is-vulnerable-to-severe-illness-from-covid-19/

Collection: Global Health Events web archive

Description: This report uses the National Health Information Survey (NHIS) to look at how many adult workers are at increased risk of severe illness if infected with coronavirus, based on risk factors identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These risk factors include having diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart disease, a body mass index (BMI) above 40, moderate to severe asthma, and a functional limitation due to cancer. It finds that over 90 million adults are at greater risk for severe illness from COVID-19 due to underlying health conditions or age.

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