Kejal Hasmuk, Hakimah Sallehuddin, Maw Pin Tan, Wee Kooi Cheah, Rahimah Ibrahim, Sen Tyng Chai Key findings: Malaysia has ten (10) federal-funded old folks’ homes… Read More »Updated report: The COVID-19 Long-Term Care situation in Malaysia
Jayeeta Rajagopalan, Saadiya Hurzuk, Faheem Arshad, Premkumar Raja and Suvarna Alladi Key findings: While there are a large number of elderly people with comorbidities in… Read More »New country report: The COVID-19 Long-Term Care situation in India
Rochelle Amour, Janelle N. Robinson & Ishtar Govia (Epidemiology Research Unit, Caribbean Institute for Health Research, The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica)… Read More »New report: The COVID-19 Long-Term Care situation in Jamaica
Kejal Hasmuk, Hakimah Sallehuddin, Maw Pin Tan Key findings: Malaysia has 19 government-run, 350 registered and over 1000 unregistered residential aged-care facilities Home-based long-term care… Read More »New report: The COVID-19 Long-Term Care situation in Malaysia
As part of a webinar organized by https://www.corona-older.com/ on Care homes and COVID19 in developing countries, Adelina Comas-Herrera gave a presentation on learning from the international… Read More »What can we learn from international experiences of COVID-19 in care homes?
By Fabiana da Mata and Deborah Oliveira 6th May 2020 A new report on the situation in Brazil for people who use and provide long-term… Read More »Country report: The COVID-19 Long-Term Care situation in Brazil
By Jayeeta Rajagopalan1, Saadiya Hurzuk2 and Narendhar Ramasamy2 1 National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), STRiDE India. 2 Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Society of… Read More »Report: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with dementia in India