“Back to normal to have people sitting inside again. It was a little weird at first on Friday because we haven’t been used to it but now it feels like old times a little bit,” said Ocean City Cafe owner Bethany Devoy. … [Read more...] about ‘Feels Like Old Times’ At Jersey Shore As Indoor Dining Returns In Time For Labor Day Weekend
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“It was fun, they all seemed super nice and interesting and asked me questions, and I liked asking them about teammates on their team who had an injury and I liked hearing that they were recovered,” Mary said. “Because if they can do it, I can do it. They gave me lots of hope and made me very happy.” … [Read more...] about Steelers Rookies Virtually Visit Mary Maloney At Children’s Home Of Pittsburgh
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.
“My kid is the one who is going to lose a mask or face shield each week or somehow it will get flushed in the toilet. I don’t know what he’s going to do, but it’s going to be interesting. So we stocked up and we started stocking up a month or two ago,” Bainbridge said. … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh-Area Students Ready To Experience A First Day Of School Like No Other