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Families sue government for failing to protect care homes from Covid

Over the weeks, Margaret jots down in her diary what she sees. It ranges from a note about the lack of potatoes for her dinner, to the Do Not Attempt Resuscitation (DNAR) form she is asked to sign with the doctor on the phone, and the matron in her room. Initially she signs it, but then asks for things to be “put back as they were”.

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