By BARRY HATTON Associated Press AMADORA, Portugal (AP) — Tears well up in Diana Correia's eyes as she recalls the October day that 24 of the 55 residents of her nursing home in Portugal tested positive for COVID-19. The stunning discovery set off a scramble to enact the home's contingency plan and stiffen safety procedures. With some staff sent into isolation, others worked double shifts of up to 16 hours in full protective equipment, leaving them lathered in sweat and bone-weary. Some of the home's residents, suddenly confined to their rooms or their floor, were bewildered and chafed at restrictions, […]
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