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State officials say the vaccine rollout is similar to the mass testing plans and hunt for protective equipment last spring.
The legislature’s Labor and Public Employees Committee co-chairs skipped the masks, but they were very socially distant.
Even with the Democrats’ newfound Senate majority, differences in health policy between the party’s moderate and progressive wings will persist.
At the last minute, President Donald Trump granted pardons to several individuals convicted in huge Medicare swindles that prosecutors alleged often harmed or endangered elderly and infirm patients while fleecing taxpayers. “These aren’t just technical financial crimes. These were major, major crimes,” said Louis Saccoccio, chief executive officer of the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association, […]
The state acknowledged Friday in an email to local health workers that some residents are waiting days for a callback.
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