Again, the state health department has happily acknowledged a large bungalow to run a nursing home amid the epidemic – even the governor. Andrew Cuomo and health chief Dr Howard Zucker are pretending they are OK.
Latest: A new state order requires most homes in the state to test all staff for COVID-19 instead of once or twice a week.
This is after the publication of Monday’s post ল labs couldn’t process so many tests: even going to private labs outside the state, houses were waiting weeks to get results.
Meanwhile, the burden was reducing the work of labs for other benefits – forcing hospitals to cancel surgeries because they could not get test results in the legal window.
Of course, the twice-a-week mandate was just a bid to show that the Department of Health was serious about the housing crisis, which saw more than 6,000 people die of coronavirus after Zucker’s outrageous order on March 25,000. To do.
Rich Azzopardi, a spokesman for Cuomo Hatchman…, stressed that testing delays are everyone else’s fault: “It’s a convenience to work with their contracted labs to ensure results are available. Those who can’t will be held accountable.”
Can’t do the impossible? You have to pay!
The real question is: who will hold Zacker and Quimo accountable?