FACEBOOK Jonathan M. Metsch LINKEDIN Jonathan Metsch TWITTER @jonathan_metsch Do you know which hospital is right for you if you have coronavirus? | Opinion By Jersey Journal Guest Columnist Jonathan M. Metsch With coronavirus, the hospital to which you are admitted is most likely the hospital where you will stay. We don’t have “emerging virus”
FACEBOOK Jonathan M. Metsch LINKEDIN Jonathan Metsch TWITTER @jonathan_metsch CORONAVIRUS TRACKING PART 1. January 21, 2020. CORONAVIRUS. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed the first U.S. case of a deadly new coronavirus that has killed six people in China.” PART 2. January 29, 2020. CORONAVIRUS. “If it’s not contained shortly, I
CORONAVIRUS TRACKING Links to Parts 1-79 Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands?® Curated Contemporaneous Case Study Methodology Jonathan M. Metsch, Dr.P.H. PART 1. January 21, 2020. CORONAVIRUS. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed the first U.S. case of a deadly new coronavirus that has killed six people in China.” PART 2.
“Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) signed an executive order on Monday that allows hospitals to stop admitting new patients when they reach capacity and transfer patients to other hospitals. The executive order permits the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to direct at-capacity hospitals to transfer patients to other facilities, without first obtaining written
“The development comes after 24 years of Mr. Krabbenhoft’s leadership in the top position of the 46-hospital system and days after he wrote an email to 50,000 employees explaining his stance on face coverings amid the most severe COVID-19 surge in the U.S. to date… Mr. Krabbenhoft drew national attention to Sanford Health in the
Pope Francis: A Crisis Reveals What Is in Our Hearts To come out of this pandemic better than we went in, we must let ourselves be touched by others’ pain. By Pope Francis (full message in New York Times. November 26, 2020) “When I got really sick at the age of 21, I had my first
to read POSTS 1-75 in chronological order, highlight sand click on “As record numbers of coronavirus cases overwhelm hospitals across the United States, there is something strikingly different from the surge that inundated cities in the spring: No one is clamoring for ventilators. The sophisticated breathing machines, used to sustain the most critically ill patients,