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President TrumpDonald John TrumpDes Moines mayor says he’s worried about coronavirus spread at Trump rally Judiciary Committee Democrats pen second letter to DOJ over Barrett disclosures: ‘raises more questions that it answers’ Trump asks campaign to schedule daily events for him until election: report MORE‘s campaign manager Bill StepienBill StepienTrump Jr. returning to campaign trail after quarantining The Memo: Trump searches for path to comeback Bob Dole claims no Republicans on debate commission support Trump MORE resumed working at the campaign’s Virginia headquarters on Monday, 10 days after he tested positive for COVID-19.
Stepien told reporters on a conference call that he was back in the office after his recent positive test, “in full accordance with” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.
The CDC guidelines say adults with mild to moderate COVID-19 cases can be around others 10 days after the onset of symptoms so
September 29, 2020
A statement from Superintendent Gilligan, Town Manager Rodrigues, Director of Health Services Cheryl Barczak and Health Director Brian LaGrasse
Over the past week, Merrimack College has seen a substantial increase in the number of COVID-19 cases on campus. Those cases have all been related to Merrimack College and contact tracing completed by the Town has shown no evidence of community spread due to this cluster.
We have been working directly with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and other state agencies to gather information and get guidance as we navigate this event.
“Through contact tracing, which includes interviews completed with every positive case by our public health nurses, we have determined that the Merrimack cases are currently isolated,” said Brian LaGrasse. “We will continue to monitor all positive cases and public health data to ensure that the cases remain isolated and our community is safe. This is
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Advocate Health Advisors has named Bob Bourdette as Regional Manager, Southern California. In this role, Bourdette will be responsible for recruiting, training and supporting insurance agents throughout Southern California.
Bourdette, who is based in Vista, Calif., will help established agents grow their Medicare business and work with national insurance carriers that offer Medicare Advantage plans. He also will be recruiting veterans through the company’s Veterans Initiative Program, which allows veterans to help fellow veterans maximize their VA benefits and Medicare plans.
Advocate Health Advisors agents are Medicare experts who serve as trusted advisors for those who are Medicare eligible and specialize in helping those turning 65. The company has agents in all 50 states and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
“Bob will be a great asset to the Advocate Health Advisors team. I
Dr. Bandy Lee, whose willingness to jettison professional ethics and declare President Trump mentally unstable has made her a popular fixture at CNN and MSNBC, is capitalizing on an incident of self-harm to attack the commander in chief.
Former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale is in the hospital. He threatened to harm himself this weekend at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to law enforcement officials.
“Brad Parscale is a member of our family and we all love him. We are ready to support him and his family in any way possible,” Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh said in a statement.
Self-harm is serious. Suicide is serious.
Someone should tell that to Lee.
“Here is another side effect of continuing with a mentally impaired leader,” the Yale University psychiatry professor said in reaction to the Parscale news, “it will attract mental
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