CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Dr. Max Answers Frequently Asked Questions What’s Being Done To Stop The Spread How One Local Hospital Is Preparing Expert On Disaster Preparedness Clearing Up Some Confusion Doctor Talks Prevention Tips Health officials are still encouraging New Yorkers to commute as they always have, saying individuals need to be exposed to coronavirus for a prolonged period of time in order to contract the disease. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Precautions: MTA Cleaning Subways And Stations To Stop The Spread
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New York has seen the most COVID-19 cases in the U.S., but numbers are surging in places such as Detroit, where those testing positive nearly tripled in the week between March 28 and Saturday, when officials said the city was approaching 4,000 cases, with 129 deaths. A more robust health system could have done more earlier to track down and isolate people who were exposed, said the city's former health director, Abdul El-Sayed. … [Read more...] about In years before outbreak, investment in public health fell
Rogers says his 35 stores and donation sites in Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties are all shut down. But people are dropping off items at closed donation sites anyway, and that creates problems when others rummage through the sacks and make a mess. … [Read more...] about On the bright side: YMCA offers emergency child care to Bay Area health care workers
Shilpa Gupta Panech, a mother of three who owns a preschool and after-school program in San Ramon, chose to keep her two centers running for a few children whose parents are essential workers. The programs normally hold 100 children, but now have 10. Panech still pays for rent, supplies, janitors and staffers, so she’s asked parents to contribute a “holding fee” of $100 a week, much less than the $1,300 average monthly tuition. … [Read more...] about A working parent’s shelter-in-place quandary: Keep paying for childcare you can’t use?
With both hands still in gloves, pinch the palm of one glove and gently wriggle your fingers out, making sure not to snap the glove back, until that hand is free Ball up the glove you’ve just removed in the palm of your gloved hand Tuck the clean thumb of the free hand under the cuff of the remaining glove, and gently roll up, turning the glove inside out as you go Pull the clean underside of the glove up and over That should now effectively make a little pouch, with the clean side outward and potentially contaminated surfaces of the gloves within Important! There’s a right way to take off those gloves! Kristen Ryan – one of the amazing volunteers with my town’s volunteer first aid squad shows me how. @CBSNewYork @millburntwp @TherapyDogsHeal pic.twitter.com/H4NQni3xac … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Update: How To Safely Remove Disposable Gloves