NBC 10 I-Team: Nursing home closures a concern as staffing mandate nears

(WJAR) — As the vaccine mandate looms over Rhode Island nursing homes they’re also looking ahead toward another requirement, the staffing mandate that’s now just months away from taking effect. Industry leaders have attributed staffing shortages to facility closures over the past year and worry the deadline could make matters...
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Biden issues EO on vaccine mandates

WASHINGTON, DC — On Sept. 9, President Joe Biden issued an executive order requiring vaccines for what could total up to 100 million workers, according to the Associated Press. “It is the policy of my administration to halt the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), including the B.1.617.2 (Delta) variant,...

Monoclonal antibody treatments harder to find in TN due to tighter restrictions

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Local healthcare systems and pharmacies are saying monoclonal antibody treatments are harder to find statewide due to tighter restrictions. At first, states were able to freely order the treatments from distributors — now, the Department of Health and Human Services is in control of who receives the treatments and how many.
Midland Reporter-Telegram

COVID therapy treatments likely to be rationed

The U.S. government plans to control where COVID-19 antibody treatments are sent, and that means there will be fewer infusions provided in Midland and Odessa. That was the news from Midland Health CEO and President Russell Meyers on Thursday during a press conference. He said while Regeneron monoclonal antibody infusions have been very successful in keeping people out of the hospital, the availability to markets will change. He referenced reports -- like a Bloomberg article earlier this week -- that stated, “Hospitals and other care providers will no longer be able to directly order monoclonal antibody therapies from distributors, according to a Sept. 13 update posted on the Department of Health and Human Services website.
Warren Tribune Chronicle

Hospitals nearing capacity across state

Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff, Ohio Department of Health director, urged Ohioans to rethink their trips to the hospital, provided it is not an emergency. “As you’ve heard over the past few days, children’s and adult hospitals have sounded the alarm,” Vanderhoff said. “We’re in a serious situation … hospitals are being stretched to capacity.”

Sales of Live-attenuated Vaccines Is Expected to Surpass a Valuation of US$ 14 Bn Over The Assessment Period

According to the Fact.MR’s Study, Against the backdrop of the ongoing pandemic, demand for respiratory virus vaccines is expected to surge exponentially. Award winning market research company has published a report on the global respiratory virus vaccines market. As per the study, R&D on respiratory vaccines is focused on COVID-19 at the moment, however, the long-term outlook remains positive. Learning from the impact of COVID-19, governments around the globe are focusing on developing adequate treatment options for respiratory vaccines.

“Hospitals knew you wouldn’t make it, yet made ‘us’ spend almost N10M we should have given your kids” – Ehi Ogbebor mourns death of her driver

Popular Nigerian businesswoman, Ehi Ogbebor has taken to social media to mourn her ‘loyal’ staff, Peter Agaba who died after a brief illness. The hotelier revealed Peter Agada who until his death was her driver refused to visit his village for 10 years and slumped on the morning he finally decided to go.

One Hospital Command: Hospitals in NCR, nearby areas overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients

Several Metro Manila hospitals at full capacity, no longer accept COVID-19 cases. Hospitals in Metro Manila and nearby areas are overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, Dr. Marylaine Padlan of the One Hospital Command Center said Friday. Padlan made the admission given that a number of health workers have raised the concern...

COVID-19 live updates: NYC officials investigating 16 cases linked to concert

(NEW YORK) — The United States is facing a COVID-19 surge this summer as the more contagious delta variant spreads. More than 666,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 while over 4.6 million people have died from the disease worldwide, according to real-time data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

First Aid Tapes Market 2021 | Outlook, Growth By Top Companies, Regions, Types, Applications, Drivers, Trends & Forecasts by 2026

The ' First Aid Tapes market' research added by Market Study Report, LLC, is essentially an exhaustive review of present and future trends of this business sphere. The report also collates a concise outline of industry share contenders, market share, market size in terms of value and volume, distribution channel, and geographical spectrum along with revenue predictions of the industry landscape.

People still visiting Pt. Pleasant despite Mothman Festival cancellation

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