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Twenty Victorian aged care homes ordered to improve ‘inadequate’ standards after Covid outbreaks – The Guardian

The aged care quality and safety commission has warned the homes they risk losing their approval status if they don’t meet the standards

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Twenty Victorian aged care providers have been found to be non-compliant with standards under the Aged Care Act since July.
The aged care quality and safety commission issued the homes with notices to agree, which set out actions to improve their standards.
The commission warned the homes they risk losing their approval to provide government-subsidised aged care if they dont meet the standards by a deadline.
Earlier on Monday, the federal aged care minister Richard Colbeck told parliament t…

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