BOSTON — Trustees of the Holyoke Soldiers’ Household and other condition officers will testify Tuesday before a unique Legislative committee investigating COVID-19 deaths at the facility.
The committee is charged with investigating the coronavirus outbreak at the facility, which killed 76 veterans in the early levels of the pandemic past spring. The committee is scheduled to release a report on March 31 on the triggers of the outbreak and its recommendations for enhancements.
Condition Sen. Walter Timilty, D-Milton, who co-chairs the committee on the Soldiers’ House outbreak, mentioned the objective of the investigation is to make sure that a tragedy like this never transpires all over again.
“Our veterans ought to have the incredibly most effective,” Timilty said. “The solutions that these hearings reap will assistance us to improve the excellent of treatment for our brave veterans heading forward.”
The hearing, the sixth held by the committee, will acquire position at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
The other co-chair of the committee is Condition Rep. Linda Dean Campbell, D-Methuen.
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