January 9, 2021 at 4:30 pm
Ming Kuo helped a Kovid-19 patient at Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center in Southern California as the emergency room was scattered in the hallway. “It’s a desperate time,” Dr. Eric Toner is a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. “This is what we’ve been warning about for a year.” The growth of coronovirus cases is crowding out large metro hospitals with Kovid-19 patients, pushing occupancy against the limits of space and overwhelming nurses and doctors. Read more.
“I’m 6-foot-7, and unfortunately, I don’t fit in a lot of cars” says Roy Piscitello at Roy Bisley Continental GTC Speed, his grandchildren Matthew, 6 and John, 4, who own Toy Gentle. . Read more.
Mark Epstein at his Milk Street café in Boston, which they plan to reopen with the help of Main Street Loans when workers return to city offices. Main Street Lending Program Banks sold 95% of every credit given to the government, but some went bald because borrowers lost so much business. Read more.