My Wife has been hospitalized for 51 consecutive days. Originally went in because of extream dehydration. Complications set in but in the end it was diagnosed as C.Diff.Colitis. Because of the complications she was in ICU for a week. While there she needed Dialysis treatment and heavy doses of steroids which created some problems for her. For at least 3 weeks she existed as in a coma and of course could not eat solid food or drink water. When she entered the hospital she weighed 235 lbs. today she is 186 lbs, She has been bed ridden ever since her admittance to the hospital. Yes I understand she needs physical therapy to be able to walk again but in her state of mind she just wants to go home, she feels helpless and abandoned. Now with this COVID crisis I'm restricted from visiting her at the Harts Health Care Center. This morning at 1:30 am I received a panic call from my wife begging me to please bring her back home. By law can I bring her back home. Before the hospital released her they told me they would not release her under my home-care unless I had a qualified Adult person and myself in the home 24/7. They gave me a list of service providers and told me the minimum charge would be $21.00 per hour self pay. Is this true? Am I really out of luck?