The number of U.S. coronavirus-linked deaths in long-term care facilities including nursing homes has eclipsed 10,000, as facility owners said they are still struggling to access the testing they need to detect and curb outbreaks.

A growing number of state health departments are reporting data, including fatalities, linked to facilities that primarily house older people, who often are in frail health and are particularly vulnerable to infections from the new coronavirus. Some states still haven’t reported data on deaths in…

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