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Care home bosses face fourth visit from inspectors this year

Get the stories that matter to you sent straight to your inbox with our daily newsletter.A Paisley care home is facing its fourth check-up of the year after inspectors raised "serious concerns" about waste management and cleaning.Westerfield Care Home in Castlehead was first slapped with an improvement notice from the Care Inspectorate when a surprise assessment was carried out on February 2.The watchdog made two further visits on February 5 and 9 after outlining immediate actions management must take.Inspectors said in their latest report some improvements had been made and they felt the requirements had been met.But the care home was still graded as "weak" for its overall care and support during the pandemic, as bosses were told they.

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