From the New York Times news section:
The Striking Racial Divide in How Covid-19 Has Hit Nursing Homes
Homes with a significant number of black and Latino residents have been twice as likely to be hit by the coronavirus as those where the population is overwhelmingly white.
May 21, 2020
This article is a collaboration, with reporting by: Robert Gebeloff, Danielle Ivory, Matt Richtel, Mitch Smith and Karen Yourish of The New York Times; Scott Dance of The Baltimore Sun; Jackie Fortiér and Elly Yu of KPCC/LAist; and Molly Parker of The Southern Illinoisan.
White = 11
Black = 32
Latino = 26
But also from the NYT news section:
Detroit Police Arrest Man in Connection With Nursing Home Assault
Both the 20-year-old man who was arrested and the 75-year-old victim were patients of the facility, the police said.
By Derrick Bryson Taylor
May 22, 2020, 12:59 p.m. ET
The Detroit police on Thursday arrested a 20-year-old man in connection with a viral video that showed an assault on a patient at a nursing home, the authorities said.
The 90-second video, which circulated widely on social media this week, shows a young man punching a much older man dozens of times, leaving him battered and bleeding.
The police did not identify either person in the case, but said on Friday that both the younger man and the victim, 75, were patients at a facility on Detroit’s west side.
The incident occurred on May 15, the police said, and the victim was taken to a hospital where he was treated for injuries that were not life threatening.
The person arrested was taken into custody at the nursing home and was transported to the Detroit Detention Center, the police said. It was not immediately clear whether the victim had returned to the nursing home or whether charges would be filed in the case.
Chief James Craig of the Detroit police said in a news conference on Thursday that the nursing home was not aware of the assault until it saw the video. The case remains under investigation, Chief Craig said.
Local news outlets identified the facility as the Westwood Nursing Center. Saif Kasmikha, the managing attorney for Midwest Legal Partners, the firm representing the home, said in a statement on Friday that the man who was arrested was not a long-term resident of the facility.
“He was recently admitted for recovery and rehabilitation purposes on a temporary stay,” Mr. Kasmikha said.
The facility is conducting its own investigation and has been cooperating with the police, he said, adding that the “safety, health, and well-being” of residents remained a top priority for Westwood.
The video also appeared to catch President Trump’s attention as it spread Thursday night. He tweeted, “Is this even possible to believe? Can this be for real? Where is this nursing home, how is the victim doing?”
Words not seen in second article:
White = zero
Black and/or African American = zero.
Is this even possible to believe? Can this be for real? Where is this nursing home, how is the victim doing?
Is this even possible to believe? Can this be for real? Where is this nursing home, how is the victim doing?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 22, 2020
A reader points out that the elderly victim in the Detroit nursing home video might be a very light-skinned black man. After all, how many whites besides Clint Eastwood in Gran Torino still live in Detroit?