Griffith nursing home Scalabrini Villiage on what they've learnt and how they've succeeded in COVID

Katherine Vella
Updated November 26 2020 - 4:42pm, first published November 24 2020 - 8:00am
PRESSURE RELEASE: Arriving to the end of a global pandemic year, manager of Scalabrini Village Pearson Kasawaya and well-being co-ordinator Emilio Aramini, finally take a moment to reflect on the successes and lessons learnt of 2020. PHOTO: Kat Vella
PRESSURE RELEASE: Arriving to the end of a global pandemic year, manager of Scalabrini Village Pearson Kasawaya and well-being co-ordinator Emilio Aramini, finally take a moment to reflect on the successes and lessons learnt of 2020. PHOTO: Kat Vella

How do you stop a virus you don't totally understand who could kill the people you are dedicated to care for? This was just one of the enormous expectations placed on the shoulders of nursing homes around the country in 2020.

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Katherine Vella

Kat is a former English teacher to international students and has taught all over the world. She is beginning a new career as a journalist with the Area News. Got something you want to chat about? She's all ears.

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