The lawsuit, filed at the Superior Courthouse in Newton, claims the facility “did not timely diagnose” residents and patients and “failed to properly treat their condition.” It also alleges management only provided masks to registered nurses and not other staff members who interacted with residents. … [Read more...] about New Jersey Long-Term Care Facility Hit With Class Action Lawsuit In Wake Of Nearly 100 Deaths During Pandemic
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The tournament was originally scheduled for late March but was postponed until it was safe to gather together. Jeff Cook Real Estate was able to prioritize safety for the 18 teams and appropriate social distancing precautions were taken into place throughout the duration of the event. Affluent members of the community and local business owners participated in the tournament to support a good cause. Jeff Cook, CEO of Jeff Cook Real Estate, announced that they were able to exceed their goal for Buy a Home, Give a Home because of the generous sponsors of the tournament. … [Read more...] about Jeff Cook Cares Hosts First Annual Charity Golf Tournament and Exceeds Their Goal!
“We think that American military presence in Europe actually should be increased and not decreased,” Defense Minister Pabriks said Thursday, suggesting deployments at various possible sites in Northern Europe, the Baltics or Poland could all serve to better contest what Washington’s European allies see as a growing Russian threat. … [Read more...] about Competition Heats Up to Host US Troops in Europe
The map places at people's fingertips "information upon which they can make really important decisions," said Jennifer Nuzzo, who works on projects similar to Blauer's, but for the Coronavirus Resource Center. Nuzzo is an associate professor in the university's Bloomberg School of Public Health and a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. … [Read more...] about Johns Hopkins’ dashboard: The people behind the pandemic’s most visited site
The hospital follows federal and state protocols for personal protective equipment, including using N95 masks for known and suspected COVID-19 patients, as supply allows. The hospital defines exposure as being within 6 feet of a coronavirus patient longer than a few minutes or having unprotected direct contact, for instance a patient coughing on the worker. If exposure occurs due to a lapse or failure in equipment or because workers didn’t know the patient was positive, the hospital contacts employees. … [Read more...] about Bay Area hospital workers exposed to coronavirus want more testing for themselves