“Nursing home residents are among those most likely to die from the coronavirus, given their advanced age and the prevalence of other health conditions. But the federal government does not keep a formal tally of the number of coronavirus deaths in nursing homes or the number of facilities with infections.” NBC News: There have been more than 2,200 coronavirus deaths in nursing homes, but the federal government isn’t tracking them. (And this is almost certainly an undercount.) For more on this pressing topic, here’s Rachel Maddow’s interview with Andy Slavitt.

+ SF Chronicle: 70 people test positive for the coronavirus at SF’s biggest homeless shelter.

+ Fear among immigrant detainees spreads as coronavirus outbreaks hit ICE detention centers.