Training needed“We not only have to create isolation facilities but also plan staffing pattern with available staff. Staff shortage is an issue now. Although we are used to following infection control practices, we have to train our staff in COVID-19 protocols. We are not refusing treatment, but we will need some time to set up facilities,” he said. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: Are private hospitals prepared?
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The CHP again urged members of the public to maintain an appropriate social distance and avoid social activities such as meal gatherings, so as to minimize the risk of infection and cluster outbreaks in the community. Enditem … [Read more...] about Hong Kong reports 2 new local cases, 8 imported cases of COVID-19
In 2010, (prior to her engagement to Prince William) Kate Middleton won an apology, $9000 in damages and her legal costs against a photo agency for pictures taken of her playing tennis with her family on Christmas Day. Two years later, in 2012, Kate and William sued French magazine Closer after it published topless images of the duchess taken while she was sunbathing on holiday. Ultimately, in 2017, a Paris court awarded the Cambridges $160,000. … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle: Why Sussex legal dramas are a royal nightmare
The second-biggest Covid-19 hospital run by the Delhi government, Guru Teg Bahadur, and the associated University College of Medical Sciences in Dilshad Garden have been battling a perpetual shortage of staff, with the teachers’ association reaching out to the authorities multiple times during the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital teachers’ body says fill 200 vacant posts
Israel is now reporting more than 1,000 new cases a day, higher than its peak during the previous wave and it is set to reimpose restrictions in response, limiting occupancy in bars, places of worship and event spaces to 50 people. It is requiring citizens wear masks and has urged more stringent social distancing. … [Read more...] about Israel, Palestinians face new restrictions amid coronavirus surge