Saturday, October 17, 2020

Cuomo: If I Had To Do It All Over Again, I Wouldn't Kill 11,000 Seniors; Nursing homes to get free COVID-19 vaccines under Trump plan with CVS, Walgreens, and other C-Virus Updates

Cuomo: If I Had To Do It All Over Again, I Wouldn't Kill 11,000 Seniors:
And they say Cuomo doesn't have a soul.
He has a soul. It's black and evil as midnight. But there's still a spot of tarnish on it somewhere.
Cuomo also acknowledged that mistakes were made in his initial handling of the virus. New York sent seniors recovering from COVID to nursing homes, where thousands caught the virus and died.
CBS whitewashes it.
Cuomo signed an order compelling nursing homes to accept coronavirus patients. Over 6,000 were sent to nursing homes. Some of those homes were substandard. The death toll among seniors in nursing homes in New York may be 11,000.
This isn't sloppiness on CBS' part. If this involved President Trump or a Republican, you'd better believe all the information I laid out would be there and in the top paragraph, instead of getting a ways through the article while letting Cuomo do his passive voice "mistakes were made" shtick. --->READ MORE HERE
Nursing homes to get free COVID-19 vaccines under Trump plan with CVS, Walgreens:
Americans living or working in long-term care facilities, including nursing homes and assisted care living centers, will receive COVID-19 vaccinations for free if and when they become available, the Trump administration said Friday.
The administration announced a partnership with the nation's two largest drug store chains, CVS and Walgreens, "to provide and administer" the vaccines with "no out-of-pocket costs" for the recipients. The drug store chains released separate statements confirming their participation in the program.
Dozens of COVID-19 vaccines candidates are in the works, including several that could be within months of receiving emergency authorization from the likes of drug companies Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson.
Calling the deal the "Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program," the Trump administration said residents of long-term care facilities "may be part of the prioritized groups for initial COVID-19 vaccination efforts until there are enough doses available for every American who wishes to be vaccinated." --->READ MORE HERE
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