A nursing home patient in Michigan with the coronavirus asked Alexa on an Amazon Echo device for help before she died, her sister said.LouAnn Dagen.via WOODTVLouAnn Dagen died Saturday, shortly after she was transferred to a hospital in Grand Rapids. She was 66.She was one of 31 residents and five staff members who tested positive for the virus at the nursing home, Metron of Cedar Springs, which is now called Mission Point, according to the facility.Paul Pruitt, director of operations at Metron, said Dagen was a resident at the nursing home for 10 years and “had never been transferred to the hospital prior to the complications that rapidly developed as a result of COVID-19.”Pruitt said she was getting “excellent care,” and nursing home staff were following both her advance directives and clinical practice guidelines to manage her pain and symptoms.”Once those symptoms progressed rapidly, and at the advice of her medical team, she was immediately sent to the hospital,” Pruitt said.Residents with the coronavirus are quarantined away from the rest of the facility’s population, Pruitt said.Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings.The medical examiner’s office said Dagen’s death was caused by diabetes,


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