Care home deaths in England and Wales now account for forty percent of all deaths from coronavirus - and one result has been a political row. Why have things gone wrong for our most vulnerable citizens and the people who care for them?
Greg Hurst, social affairs editor at The Times.
Irene Owen, a 91-year-old resident of Devonshire Court in Leicestershire.
Sonja Bell, daughter of a elderly resident at The Heights in Buckinghamshire.
Kimberly Ross, care assistant at Connaught Court in York.
Karen Casey, activity co-ordinator at Zetland Court in Bournemouth.
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