The vaccine rollout will be a heavy lift for many homes that have been dealing with outbreaks, equipment shortages and labor challenges.
Many of the companies already work with those facilities to supply drugs and provide flu shots for residents.
It only calls for modest tweaks to the private long-term care insurance market.
Maine voters will decide on a universal home care initiative for seniors funded by a tax on higher income earners
As the U.S. population over age 65 grows, so will demand for long-term care. Maine voters will consider a possible solution at the ballot box on Nov. 6: universal home care. But should it be paid for by taxing high income earners?
With more young people in the workforce, who will take care of an aging population?