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The Fire Department intends to hand-deliver a notice to every facility in the area, telling the nursing homes that they must notify authorities of every EMS transport from the facility. Officials want to treat patients at the facility if possible, Hood said, and limit “unnecessary transports” to hospitals.
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Last night, the nursing home spoke with the Department of Health and it was decided test results would no longer be considered. Instead, anyone showing symptoms will be isolated and aggressively treated. It’s thought that will better protect others from asymptomatic cases.
The Delhi government is planning to to conduct large-scale testing for coronavirus so that infected people are identified and isolated at the earliest, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday, asserting that this will ensure containment of the disease in the national capital.
The events leading to Trump’s order against 3M began weeks ago. A White House official said when Vice President Mike Pence visited a 3M factory in Minnesota last month, he was told that 3M had 35 million N95 masks that were intended for commercial uses but could be used by health care workers.
“During a time when we are all working to make lemonade out of lemons, we are so humbled that Matthew took the time to play our favorite game with us,” the center posted. “As Matthew would say, let’s turn this red light into a greeen light!”
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Companies across Britain, big and small, have been forced to turn to the government to pay their staff as the pandemic cuts through vast swathes of the economy. BT said it would not need the scheme and would pay all staff for at least three months.
A spokeswoman for the state-run ATS health agency in Bergamo said authorities in the Lombardy region told family doctors to ‘deal with patients by phone as much as possible’, limiting home visits ‘to reduce contagion and waste of protective equipment’.