"Researchers out of Johns Hopkins University analyzed data from the National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS) of Medicare beneficiaries with and without cognitive impairment who died at 65 or older to see if place of death affected their satisfaction of end-of-life care".
As you have read in the previous articles, Covid has shifted families wishes to have their loved ones die at home.
If you read this article, it points out that dying at home often leaders to more satisfactions in end of life care.
I don't know about you, but I opt for better end of life care, and if possible, to die in my home, surrounded by those I love.
I know this isn't for everyone, but again, this is why its so important to to Advanced Care Planning now, and update it every few years, or after a significant life event, so that your medical wishes are taken care of.