“I highlight that because while there are things that we’re doing, washing our hands, potentially wearing a mask, just being very mindful what we should do and during flu season as well, perhaps not the social distancing you might see, but we should probably take more precautions during flu season than we historically have,” Siebenaler said. “And certainly COVID has shown us that if we wear masks and we social distance and we wash our hands, then we have an opportunity to keep things at bay.” … [Read more...] about Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital discusses COVID-19 in virtual town hall
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Yet poor people will still get old and sick and need to go somewhere. Investors and owners will be just fine. The equity money will wander with them into the wider field of assisted living facilities (ALFs) where regulations are virtually non-existent, and Memory Care units where business is booming because of Alzheimer’s. In these facilities, COVID numbers are rarely counted, there are no staffing ratios, and workers get paid even less. Nursing homes will not go away, they will just get worse. As an essential over-flow valve for hospitals, they continue to provide post-acute care. But their residents will get sicker, the margins will get slimmer, and caregivers will suffer. … [Read more...] about Nursing Home Workers Were Underpaid, Overworked, and Denied PPE. And Then COVID Hit.
If the stock market writ large continues to sputter, the effects would of course be greater, hitting pensions, forcing companies to scale back investments, sapping rich families of their net worth, and deflating consumer confidence. But there is one strange silver lining. Our area man did not really take part in the recovery-era carnival of soaring stock prices and fat corporate profits. The wealthiest 10 percent of households own 80 percent of the stocks, measured by value, and more than 90 percent of business equity and financial securities. It is those families that are feeling the worst of the pain right now, and would continue to feel the worst of the pain if things went really bad. In other words, the same inequality that gave our area man a major case of the blahs through the recovery might shelter him through a soft spell or downturn. … [Read more...] about The Fed and a Tale of Two Economies