A Florida nursing home that was close down after 12 residents died following Hurricane Irma has laid off its workers.
The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, in a letter, told the state that it let 245 employees go on Sept. 20, according to the Sun-Sentinel.
The laid-off employees embody dozens of nurses, earthy therapists, doctors, executive assistants and others, according to the Sept. 27 letter.
It pronounced the core couldn’t yield a 60-day notice vouchsafing workers know about layoffs since of “unforeseen business resources that occurred after the impact of Hurricane Irma.”
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The state sealed the nursing home down after eight residents died from breathless feverishness on Sept. 13 due to Irma knocking out the center’s air-conditioning system.
Four some-more people after died, and the Hollywood Police Department has launched a rapist review into the deaths.
Gov. Rick Scott, in a Sept. 25 statement, bloody the nursing home for unwell to leave their patients or call 911.
The administrator also pronounced that in calls between nursing home administrators and state officials, the center’s staff didn’t prove that anyone was in danger.
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