Tom Carper and Chris Coons Among 25 Senators Calling for Fuel Deliveries to Hospitals and Water Treatment Centers in Gaza

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Hospitals in Gaza are facing a fuel shortage due to the war following the Hamas terrorist attacks against Israel. Twenty-five senators including Tom Carper and Chris Coons are calling on the Biden Administration to work with Israeli, Egyptian, and UN partners to protect innocent civilians by enabling lifesaving deliveries. They say hospitals in Gaza are…

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Face Masks Still Required in DE Hospitals & Many Health Care Settings Statewide

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In light of changing mask guidance and mandates, the Delaware Healthcare Association is reminding the public that face coverings are still required in Delaware hospitals and many other health care settings across the state. This practice is consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) continued recommendation of universal masking in health care…

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Md. Addresses COVID Concerns In Nursing Homes

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Maryland nursing homes will get support and guidance as they try to hold off a winter surge of COVID-19 cases. Governor Larry Hogan said Thursday that state health officials have issued a new directive to require nursing homes to offer approved or authorized COVID-19 therapeutic treatments, including monoclonal antibody treatments, to residents when an outbreak…

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Md. Looks To Support Hospitals As COVID-19 Hospitalizations Rise Amid Concerns About Surge

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Maryland is taking several actions to hold off overload at hospitals as the Delta and Omicron variants of COVID-19 converge. Governor Larry Hogan said Wednesday that the Maryland Department of Health and other state agencies are working on a daily basis with hospitals on ‘critical operational issues.’ The state has established a Surge Operation Center.…

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Maryland Takes Steps To Get More Nurses On The Job

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Maryland is hoping to get more nurses working to mitigate staffing shortages. Health Secretary Dennis Schrader said Thursday that he has issued a notice that states that registered nurses or licensed practical nurses with an active license in another state or jurisdiction may provide nursing care in Maryland.The leaders of nursing training and education programs…

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750 Vaccines Administered in First Week in Delaware

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 Since the first pre-ordered doses of the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine were delivered on Monday, Dec. 14, 750 vaccines have been administered to health care staff at the State’s six health systems and three sites of one long-term care organization. On Thursday, Delaware became one of the first states in the nation to offer vaccines to…

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