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This February 2021 photo provided by Tamika Dalton shows the fingernails of her mother, Theresa Dalton, at the the Blumenthal Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Greensboro, N.C. When COVID-19 kept visitors from going inside, Dalton would often visit at her mother’s window a couple times a day. Through the glass, Dalton didn’t like what she saw: Fewer and fewer aides passed by, and her mother sometimes sat for hours in a soiled diaper. (Tamika Dalton via AP)

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This photo provided by Tamika Dalton shows her mother, Theresa Dalton. When COVID-19 kept visitors from going inside the Blumenthal Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Greensboro, N.C, Tamika would often visit at her mother’s window a couple times a day. Through the glass, Dalton didn’t like what she saw: Fewer and fewer aides passed by, and her mother sometimes sat for hours in a soiled diaper. (Courtesy Tamika Dalton via AP)

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This Aug. 20, 2018 photo provided by Natalie Walters shows her father, Jack Walters, at his home in Syracuse, N.Y. Jack, who was staying at the Loretto Health and Rehabilitation nursing home in Syracuse, died of COVID-19 in December 2020. The facility's staffing has declined during the pandemic and Natalie wonders if poor staffing played a role in her father's infection or death. (Natalie Walters via AP)

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Natalie Walters, 53, holds a photo of her parents, Jack and Joey Walters, near her home in Syracuse, N.Y., Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021. Walters' father, who was staying at the Loretto Health and Rehabilitation nursing home in Syracuse, died of COVID-19 in December 2020. The facility's staffing has declined during the pandemic and Walters wonders if poor staffing played a role in her father's infection or death. Nationwide, one-third of U.S. nursing homes have fewer nurses and aides than before COVID-19 began ravaging their facilities, an Associated Press analysis of federal data finds. (AP Photo/Heather Ainsworth)