November 20, 2020
The Tribune-Review reports that UPMC will open a new campus specializing in outpatient surgery and specialty care.
In a related article, the Sewickley Patch also reports about the story.
The New Castle News reports that UPMC Jameson Hospital’s hostess stop, closed for COVID-19, will close permanently.
The New Castle News reports with an update about the state budget.
WNEP-TV reports about efforts to address food insecurity for children who normally would have meals at school.
HealthLeaders Media reports about newly adopted policies from the American Medical Association against bullying in health care and acknowledging racism as a public health threat.
CBS News reports that about 12 million Americans will lose their unemployment benefits the day after Christmas.
HealthLeaders Media reports about drug diversion regulations and best practices.
Bloomberg reports, “Almost 80,000 patients are hospitalized with COVID-19 in the U.S…”
Reuters reports about the delay in President-elect Biden’s transition team receiving critical information about COVID-19 vaccine distribution planning.
CNN reports that new modeling predicts as many as 471,000 American deaths by March 1.
NBC News reports about the federal warning to Americans about traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Reuters reports that people who have had COVID-19 may be immune for reinfection for up to six months.