“This does not go to some warehouse. It doesn’t collect dust, to immediately redeploy them based upon conditions on the ground,” said Newsom. He says there are more than 11,000 ventilators in the state’s health care system right now, with another 500 possibly being delivered on Tuesday. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Offers To Pay $1,000 For Old, Used Ventilators
The League office sent a memo to every team on Monday informing them of the news: “Given current and expected conditions, and to ensure that we operate responsibly and in full compliance with current regulations, both League and Club facilities will remain closed indefinitely.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Changes: 2020 NFL Draft Will Be Virtual Because Of Coronavirus Pandemic
Workers are demanding more protection, a two-week quarantine period with full pay, and healthcare coverage for any worker or immediate family members who get sick from the virus. They announced Monday morning they had filed a complaint with Cal-OSHA, citing an “imminent danger'” due to a lack of equipment and cleaning supplies, and an inability to adhere to social distancing guidelines in cramped kitchens. … [Read more...] about Worker Tests Positive For Coronavirus At McDonald’s In Crenshaw, Prompting Strike For Quarantine Pay, Healthcare
CORONAVIRUS: NY Health Dept. | NY Call 1-(888)-364-3065 | NYC Health Dept. | NYC Call 311, Text COVID to 692692 | NJ COVID-19 Info Hub | NJ Call 1-(800)-222-1222 or 211, Text NJCOVID to 898211 | CT Health Dept. | CT Call 211 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Exec Says ‘We Cannot Let Up’ As Plateau Approaches
“What I tell people is make the recipe but freeze it in two parts, said Kosher cookbook author Naomi Nachman. “So you have a cook once, eat twice kind of thing. Brisket is amazing, brisket freezes well. Crepes, we make a lot of egg crepes.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus And Passover: How New Yorkers Are Changing Their Celebrations
CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home Ask Dr. Max Your Health Questions How Make Your Own DIY Face Mask How To Safely Remove Disposable Gloves Complete Coronavirus Coverage A spokesperson for the city Medical Examiner’s Office was quick to point out that right now there is no plan for any burials in public parks, and Councilman Levine later updated his Twitter by saying he learned that any temporary burials would be done on Hart Island. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Update: If NYC Cemeteries Get Filled, Could Temporary Burials Happen On Hart Island?