How you can help us remember Indiana’s COVID-19 nursing home victims

Did a family member or loved one die after contracting COVID-19 in an Indiana nursing home?

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If so, we would like to share their photograph, and possibly their story, to raise awareness about conditions in these homes. The effort is part of an ongoing IndyStar investigation.

To participate, or ask questions, email us at coronavirus@indystar.com.

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Please send us a recent photograph and some basic biographical information, including your loved one’s name, age, date of death, name of nursing home, and a little bit about their interests, activities or life. Also please include your name and contact information.



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Indiana receives more supplemental Medicaid nursing home funds than any other state. A new IndyStar probe looks at what we’re getting for the money.

By submitting a photo, you confirm that you took and are the owner of the photo. As the owner, you agree to allow us to use the photograph in print and on digital platforms in perpetuity.

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