Pete Williams and Tom Winter7h ago / 4:37 PM UTCThe Justice Department on Friday opened a federal investigation of a Massachusetts nursing home for veterans where 32 patients have died since late March.Twenty-eight of the victims have tested positive for coronavirus.Nearly half the residents of the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home have tested positive for the virus, and almost 70 members of the staff have been infected, according to the state. The superintendent of the state-run facility was placed on leave, and 46 residents who tested negative were moved to a nearby hospital to keep them safe from the virus that raged through the nursing home. About 90 remain at the home.Read the full story here.Dan Good7h ago / 4:19 PM UTCBoris Johnson taking short walks as coronavirus recovery continuesU.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has taken “short walks, between periods of rest” as he continues his coronavirus recovery, a spokesperson said Friday.“He has spoken to his doctors and thanks the whole clinical team for the incredible care he has received,” the spokesperson added.Johnson, 55, was moved out of intensive care Thursday after being admitted to St. Thomas’ Hospital in London on Sunday.Erika Edwards7h ago / 4:17 PM UTCMan hospitalized with COVID-19 learns he also has diabetes. Here’s why that’s dangerous.Rico

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