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Terrence “Terry” Pollock

The graveside memorial service for Terry Pollock, 73, Valley City, North Dakota will be 2 pm Friday, October 1, 2021 at Memory Gardens, near Valley City. He passed away Wednesday, September 22 at his home with his wife by his side under the care of CHI Health at Home and Hospice, Valley City.
VALLEY CITY, ND
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ABC 15 News

Globe-Miami community helping woman pay for liver transplant

41-year-old Lilly Machado needs a transplant to survive, after being diagnosed with non-alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver. “If I don’t get the money, I don’t get my surgery,” says Lilly Machado, Miami-area resident. Lilly is a wife, mother of three, now left heartbroken and in tears. She says she was...
MIAMI, AZ
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New York Post

Gov. Hochul readies reinforcements as health care vax deadline looms

New York is prepared to bring in medically-trained National Guard members and federal disaster teams to combat a looming staffing shortage at hospitals and nursing homes if workers don’t meet Monday’s COVID-19 vaccination deadline. Gov. Hochul announced the contingency plans Saturday and said she was ready to sign an executive...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
Observer

Mandate ‘challenges’ Brooks-TLC System

New York’s state COVID-19 vaccine mandate could put the Brooks-TLC Hospital System in Dunkirk in a pinch when it comes to staffing. On Friday, the hospital indicated a potential 9% loss of its workforce is being anticipated starting on Monday as 51 of the 573 employees have opted to remain unvaccinated.
DUNKIRK, NY

Anti-vax ‘vigilantes’ urge Covid patients to avoid hospitals and try home cures

Anti-vax groups are telling Covid patients to avoid hospitals and extract sick family members from intensive care units, as part of an intensifying disinformation campaign being spread via Facebook and encrypted messaging apps.The groups are fuelling conspiracy theories that doctors are stopping unvaccinated patients from receiving supposed miracle cures such as ivermectin or even deliberately trying to harm them, according to posts viewed by NBC News.Doctors treating Covid patients say they are increasingly having to deal with assaults and threats of violence from anti-vaxxers, with incidents reported in Texas, Georgia, Idaho and Massachusetts in recent weeks.According to posts viewed...
PUBLIC HEALTH

Judge won’t order hospital to give ivermectin to seriously ill COVID-19 patient

DOVER, Del. (AP) — A Delaware judge has refused to order a hospital to administer the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin to a man who is seriously ill with COVID-19. Vice Chancellor Morgan Zurn said in a ruling issued Friday that patients, even if they are gravely ill, do not have a right to a particular medical treatment. She also said a health care provider’s duty to treat is bound by that provider’s standard of care.
DOVER, DE
US News and World Report

Judge Won't Order Hospital to Give Ivermectin to Patient

DOVER, Del. (AP) — A Delaware judge has refused to order a hospital to administer the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin to a man who is seriously ill with COVID-19. Vice Chancellor Morgan Zurn said in a ruling issued Friday that patients, even if they are gravely ill, do not have a right to a particular medical treatment. She also said a health care provider’s duty to treat is bound by that provider’s standard of care.
DOVER, DE
Times Union

Hochul may seek out-of-state, military pros to ease health care staff shortage

ALBANY — Gov. Kathy Hochul said Saturday she will enlist the help of health care professionals from other states or countries, deploy medically trained National Guard members and seek federal disaster medical assistance teams if staffing shortages in hospitals and other health care facilities surge after a vaccination mandate begins Monday for those workforces.
ALBANY, NY
msn.com

Hochul considering deployment of National Guard to address health worker shortage

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) is considering deploying the medically trained members of the National Guard ahead of an anticipated shortage of health care workers. Hochul released a comprehensive plan to address staff shortages in New York facilities Saturday, amid concerns that a large number of health care employees will not meet Monday's vaccine deadline.
HEALTH
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