NEW YORK – Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.NEW YORK (AP) — More than 3,600 deaths nationwide have been linked to coronavirus outbreaks in nursing homes and long-term care facilities, an alarming rise in just the past two weeks, according to the latest count by The Associated Press.Because the federal government has not been releasing a count of its own, the AP has kept its own running tally based on media reports and state health departments. The latest count of at least 3,621 deaths is up from about 450 deaths just 10 days ago.CORONAVIRUS-INFECTED NEW YORK CITY DOCTOR TALKS BATTLE WITH COVID-19: ‘IT WAS MORE SEVERE THAN I ANTICIPATED’But the true toll among the 1 million mostly frail and elderly people who live in such facilities is likely much higher, experts say, because most state counts don’t include those who died without ever being tested for COVID-19.Outbreaks in just the past few weeks have included one at a nursing home in suburban Richmond, Va., that has killed 42 and infected more than 100, another at nursing home in central Indiana that has killed 24 and infected 16, and one at

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