PART 16. “The federal government is opening a new MASS FACILITY TO HOLD MIGRANT CHILDREN, a temporary emergency shelter that will not be subject to state child welfare licensing requirements.”

“Are you arguing seriously that you do not read the [Flores] agreement as requiring you to do anything other than what I just described: cold all night long, lights on all night long, sleeping on concrete and you’ve got an aluminum foil blanket?” HHS..”instructed officials to cut programs “not directly necessary for the protection of

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PART 12. June17, 2019. “Three cases of EBOLA have emerged in Uganda, a neighboring country to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.”

In a “worst-case scenario,” the current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo may take up to two years to end…. San Antonio found itself ill-prepared to handle a sudden influx of refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo. PARTS 1-11, May 15, 2017 to August 30, 2018, after new PART 12.  PART 12.

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PART 3. June 6, 2019. CANDIDA AURIS. “Antibiotic-resistant superbugs are everywhere. If your hospital claims it doesn’t have them, it isn’t looking hard enough.” (D)

New PART 3 after PARTS 1 & 2 PART 1. April16, 2019. Is it ethical for the public not to be notified about new “super bugs” in hospitals so they can decide whether or not to go to affected hospitals? PART 2. May 13, 2019. CANDIDA AURIS. “In 30 years, I’ve never faced so tough

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PART 2. June 1, 2019. “The situation that the New York Times described in North Carolina parallels that at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, which stopped performing heart surgeries after the Tampa Bay Times reported on problems in the unit

In the doctors’ meeting, the (UNC) chief of pediatric cardiology, Dr. Timothy Hoffman, was blunt. “It’s a nightmare right now,” he said. “We are in crisis, and everyone is aware of that.” North Carolina’s secretary of health on Friday called for an investigation into a hospital where doctors had suspected children with complex heart conditions

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