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103 veterans have died between 2 residential and long-term care facilities in Massachusetts

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(CNN)Between two Massachusetts residential and long-term care facilities, 103 veterans have died -- 85 of whom tested positive for coronavirus.

As of Monday, Soldiers' Home in Chelsea lost 26 veteran residents, with 19 testing positive for the virus. Holyoke Soldier's Home, which is currently under federal investigation, has lost 77 veteran residents. Of those, 66 tested positive for Covid-19. https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/28/us/massachusetts-veterans-home-deaths/index.html

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