After waves of virus deaths, care homes face legal reckoning

A reckoning is beginning in France over the country's 14,000 COVID-19 deaths among care home residents, a cataclysm that scythed through the generation that endured World War II
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Australian government heralded April purchase of 10 million clinical laboratory diagnostics tests from BGI, but most of the nation’s states and territories say kits are unneeded or unable to be used by their health departments While the United States and other nations attempt to bring the COVID-19 outbreak under control, many countries have turned to […]
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As both Wisconsin and Illinois reopen their economies, you might be clamoring for a meal at your favorite restaurant or an appointment at the salon. I get it. The precautions needed to help slow the spread of Covid-19 are like nothing we've lived through before. We crave the fresh feeling that comes with a haircut, and people who provide the services that have been sidelined by the pandemic, and we want to do our part to support those business es that are reopening. But as you leave your home more…
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Employers and managers are facing unique challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic, including: Having employees work at home. Transitioning employees back into the workplace. Dealing with social isolation and potential for employee disengagement. Reassessing old norms and rapidly implementing workplace changes. Transition employees back safely As employees return, provide the safest w orkplace possible. See the Centers for Disease Control website for guidelines and recommendations on resuming…
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As New York and the nation begin the process of reopening following the Covid-19 crisis, we have all begun to think of the world a little differently. While many of us are eager to get back to work and reconnect with family, friends, and colleagues, there is still a lot of anxiety about what the future has in-store. Let’s face it, few of us ever expected to experience a world quite like this. Understandably, the Covid-19 crisis has taken its toll, physically, emotionally, and economically.…
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Publication date: October 2020Source: Safety Science, Volume 130Author(s): Kelly S. Clemens, John Matkovic, Kate Faasse, Andrew L. Geers
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