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Nursing home vaccinations | PHOTOS

Patricia Decker, 85, a resident at Caritas House Assisted Living walks to the facility's lobby to meet with guests. The majority of residents at the assisted living facility have recently been vaccinated for COVID-19.
(Kenneth K. Lam)

Nursing home vaccinations | PHOTOS

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The pandemic has hit nursing homes and assisted living facilities hard and so they've been prioritized for vaccines.
Sheila Liles
Sheila Liles, 65, a resident at Hammonds Lane Center nursing home will be getting the COVID-19 vaccination soon. Given how hard the pandemic hit nursing homes and assisted living facilities, they've been prioritized for vaccines, and there has been an 82% drop in cases in them nationwide.
Sheila Liles, 65, a resident at Hammonds Lane Center nursing home will be getting the COVID-19 vaccination soon. Given how hard the pandemic hit nursing homes and assisted living facilities, they've been prioritized for vaccines, and there has been an 82% drop in cases in them nationwide. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Kelly Drennon
Kelly Drennon, Hammonds Lane Center nursing home scheduling manager, has gotten the COVID-19 vaccination after she recovered from the virus.
Kelly Drennon, Hammonds Lane Center nursing home scheduling manager, has gotten the COVID-19 vaccination after she recovered from the virus. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Sheila Liles
A Hammonds Lane Center nursing home staff moves resident Sheila Liles, 65, back inside the facility after meeting with guests outside. Liles will be getting COVID-19 vaccination soon.
A Hammonds Lane Center nursing home staff moves resident Sheila Liles, 65, back inside the facility after meeting with guests outside. Liles will be getting COVID-19 vaccination soon. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Patricia Decker
Patricia Decker, 85, a resident at Caritas House Assisted Living walks to the facility's lobby to meet with guests. The majority of residents at the assisted living facility have recently been vaccinated for COVID-19.
Patricia Decker, 85, a resident at Caritas House Assisted Living walks to the facility's lobby to meet with guests. The majority of residents at the assisted living facility have recently been vaccinated for COVID-19. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Patricia Decker & Tazaa Sweeney
Patricia Decker, 85, left, a resident at Caritas House Assisted Living and Tazaa Sweeney, Household Supervisor, walk to the facility's cafeteria for lunch.
Patricia Decker, 85, left, a resident at Caritas House Assisted Living and Tazaa Sweeney, Household Supervisor, walk to the facility's cafeteria for lunch. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Patricia Decker & Tazaa Sweeney
Patricia Decker, 85, left, a resident at Caritas House Assisted Living and Tazaa Sweeney, Household Supervisor, meet with guest in the facility's lobby.
Patricia Decker, 85, left, a resident at Caritas House Assisted Living and Tazaa Sweeney, Household Supervisor, meet with guest in the facility's lobby. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Andrew McGinley
Andrew McGinley, 77, a Navy veteran who loved the Orioles, Ravens and bowling, was vaccinated at the Franklin Woods Center, where he lived for about seven years. But he died Jan. 29 of acute kidney failure, and his daughters could not kiss or hug him goodbye. Photo courtesy of Angelina McGinley
Andrew McGinley, 77, a Navy veteran who loved the Orioles, Ravens and bowling, was vaccinated at the Franklin Woods Center, where he lived for about seven years. But he died Jan. 29 of acute kidney failure, and his daughters could not kiss or hug him goodbye. Photo courtesy of Angelina McGinley (courtesy of Angelina McGinley)
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