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Biden’s Agenda President Joe Biden promises to protect residents of nursing homes and long-term care facilities. He is committed to providing older Americans and people with disabilities with a safe and dignified community to live in during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. He will listen to medical professionals, scientists, public health experts, and stakeholders who
Today, Mr. Biden plans to rescind the travel ban on several predominantly Muslim countries, rejoin the Paris climate change accord, extend pandemic-related limits on evictions and student loan payments and order agencies to figure out how to reunite children separated from families after crossing the border. Goodbye, Donald. On top of a $1.9 trillion stimulus plan,
Grade F Even Trump’s most avid supporters recognize his response to COVID was terrible. We now average 200,000 new cases every day. America will soon exceed 410,000 deaths from COVID. Another 250,000 may die in the next 90 days. Trump deserves a failing grade. He has blood on his hands. He has done nothing. No
New Hampshire Public Radio announced that greedy and selfish board members “cut in line” for a vaccine. Webster at Rye nursing home admitted to including board members on their list of eligible staff members for a vaccine. Obviously, none of them provide direct nursing care to the residents. Incredible. Jake Leon is the spokesman for
Residents Nursing home residents and staff were among the first people eligible for coronavirus vaccine shots. However, experts, advocates and family members of residents complain the process is too slow. 40% of all COVID deaths are from nursing home employees and residents. There’s no timeline for when CVS and Walgreens will complete all of the vaccinations at long-term care facilities. “Those individuals continue
What is the difference between a medical doctor (M.D.) and a doctor of osteopathic (D.O.) medicine? Both types of physicians can prescribe medicine and treat patients in similar ways. But two major principles guiding osteopathic medical curriculum distinguish it from the medical school route. The 200-plus hours of training on the musculoskeletal system and the
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