– Data Covid-19 USA – Hospitals could face more staff shortages, and workers and facilities could feel caught between opposing state and federal policies.
– Data Covid-19 USA – If the preliminary decision is finalized this spring, it would sharply limit the number of patients who use the expensive drug.
Medicare officials are trying to determine whether to cover Aduhelm, which the F.D.A. approved despite unclear evidence that it helps patients.
Federal officials point to the city’s mandate as a success story and a shield against new Covid outbreaks at hospitals and nursing homes.
Thousands of problems identified by state inspectors were never publicly disclosed because of a secretive appeals process, a New York Times investigation found.
The federal government recently lifted most visitation restrictions at nursing homes. But concerns linger that a full reopening could leave residents vulnerable to another coronavirus surge.
Thousands of new cases have been reported among vulnerable elderly residents in the last several months, as the virulent Delta variant fuels outbreaks.
Less than half of workers are still not immunized at facilities in several states. “I just feel like a sitting duck,” one resident said.
- Alltagsrassismus in Ostdeutschland Anfeindungen auf offener Straße, abwertende Blicke: Rassismus scheint in Ostdeutschland ein noch größeres Problem zu sein, als im Westen.