Now Reading
Stacey Taylor, Died of Covid-19 in Nov 2020

Stacey Taylor, Died of Covid-19 in Nov 2020

Linda Moore, pictured with her daughter Stacey Taylor, died of covid-19 in July 2020. Her daughter Trisha Tavolazzi says Moore tested positive after at least 15 days at Havasu Regional Medical Center in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
https://ckfm.ca/listing/nfl-week-9-live-free-streams-browns-vs-bengals-on-reddit/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/bengals-vs-browns-live-free-streaming-nfl-week-9-2021/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/broncos-vs-cowboys-live-free-streaming-nfl-week-9/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/livestream-cowboys-vs-broncos-nfl-week-9-live-free-streaming/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/texans-vs-dolphins-live-free-week-9-streaming-on-reddit/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/dolphins-vs-texans-nfl-week-9-live-free-streaming-on-reddit/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/falcons-vs-saints-live-nfl-free-streaming-week-9/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/nfl-week-9-saints-vs-falcons-live-free-streaming-on-reddit/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/raiders-vs-giants-nfl-week-9-live-free-streaming-2021/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/giants-vs-raiders-nfl-week-9-live-free-streams/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/patriots-vs-panthers-in-week-9-nfl-live-free-streams-2021/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/live-stream-panthers-vs-patriots-nfl-week-9-free-watch/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/bills-vs-jaguars-live-nfl-week-9-free-streams/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/jaguars-vs-bills-nfl-week-9-live-free-streams/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/vikings-vs-ravens-live-reddit-stream-free-nfl-week-9/
https://ckfm.ca/listing/ravens-vs-vikings-live-reddit-stream-free-nfl-week-9-2021/
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/job/browns-vs-bengals-nfl-week-9-live-free-streaming-on-reddit/ad_8d108aa6-3fe0-11ec-8d1e-ef9442e7abf5.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/job/browns-vs-bengals-nfl-week-9-live-free-streaming-on-reddit/ad_65dc8084-3fe0-11ec-8c10-074c42e4af45.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/browns-vs-bengals-nfl-live-free/ad_5cc2cb74-3fe1-11ec-8f16-578354520f87.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/livestream-browns-vs-bengals-live-free-on-november-2021/ad_38a3cf5c-3fe3-11ec-9bfd-8b555c8aa0bc.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/legal/live-free-dallas-cowboys-vs-broncos-live-free/ad_fabb0556-3fe3-11ec-9786-e3e014d114d7.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/groups/live-stream-dallas-cowboys-vs-denver-broncos-live-free/ad_7cd6d25e-3fe4-11ec-b679-5cb9017b77dc.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/news/film/ravens-vs-vikings-live-reddit-stream-where-to-watch-online-reddit-free/ad_40b96374-3fec-11ec-b9b1-6f73a80f538b.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/news/live-stream-jaguars-vs-bills-live-free-streaming-online/ad_63c19fcc-3feb-11ec-9d5f-5cb9017b77dc.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/groups/live-stream-buffalo-bills-vs-jacksonville-jaguars-live-free-online/ad_ce403134-3fea-11ec-88ef-c71f71db9bce.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/trustee/free-panthers-vs-patriots-live-stream-reddit-tv/ad_5ce13efc-3fea-11ec-9020-cb924346a829.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/prayers/livestream-patriots-vs-panthers-live-free-07-november-2021/ad_d1a2381e-3fe9-11ec-abf6-4ba5f08599a8.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/other/livestream-las-vegas-raiders-vs-new-york-giants-live-reddit-stream/ad_54d83892-3fe9-11ec-9680-1715a96a03f7.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/notice/livestream-raiders-vs-giants-live-free-streams-07-november-2021/ad_cb7b3374-3fe8-11ec-adb4-87e6b19c8efa.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/news/film/livestream-saints-vs-falcons-live-free-stream-2021/ad_3d4e88e4-3fe8-11ec-8015-c386c265bf53.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/groups/livefree-falcons-vs-saints-live-reddit-stream-2021/ad_719e4a54-3fe7-11ec-9f72-2b12216d104b.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/notice/livestream-texans-vs-dolphins-live-stream-free-online-7-november-2021/ad_97b9d1aa-3fe6-11ec-8d77-d3eaefb9e52e.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/notice/livestream-texans-vs-dolphins-live-stream-free-online-7-november-2021/ad_03fad306-3fe6-11ec-8913-5cb9017b77dc.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/announcements/lost/broncos-vs-cowboys-live-free-nfl/ad_3b6da2f6-3fe5-11ec-a7ab-9bb036c74b6a.html
https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/classifieds/community/news/other/vikings-vs-ravens-how-to-watch-live-free-streaming/ad_efc3df7a-3fec-11ec-b367-970c929c9ff8.html
They left with covid-19 — if they left at all.
More than 10,000 patients were diagnosed with covid in a U.S. hospital last year after they were admitted for something else, according to federal and state records analyzed exclusively for KHN. The number is certainly an undercount, since it includes mostly patients 65 and older, plus California and Florida patients of all ages.
Yet in the scheme of things that can go wrong in a hospital, it is catastrophic: About 21% of the patients who contracted covid in the hospital from April to September last year died, the data shows. In contrast, nearly 8% of other Medicare patients died in the hospital at the time.
Steven Johnson, 66, was expecting to get an infection cut out of his hip flesh and bone at Blake Medical Center in Bradenton, Florida, in November 2020. His wife, Cindy Johnson, says he had tested negative for covid-19 two days before he was admitted. After 13 days in the hospital, he tested positive, Cindy says. (Cindy Johnson)
Steven Johnson, 66, was expecting to get an infection cut out of his hip flesh and bone at Blake Medical Center in Bradenton, Florida, last November. The retired pharmacist had survived colon cancer and was meticulous to avoid contracting covid. He could not have known that, from April through September, 8% of that hospital’s Medicare covid patients were diagnosed with the virus after they were admitted for another concern.
Johnson had tested negative for covid two days before he was admitted. After 13 days in the hospital, he tested positive, said his wife, Cindy Johnson, also a retired pharmacist.
Soon he was struggling to clear a glue-like phlegm from his lungs. A medical team could hardly control his pain. They prompted Cindy to share his final wishes. She asked: “Honey, do you want to be intubated?” He responded with an emphatic “no.” He died three days later.
After her husband tested positive, Cindy Johnson, trained in contact tracing, quickly got a covid test. She tested negative. Then she thought about the large number of hospital staffers flowing into and out of his room — where he was often unmasked — and suspected a staff member had infected him. That the hospital, part of the HCA Healthcare chain, still has not mandated staff vaccinations is “appalling,” she said.
“I’m furious,” she said.
“How can they say on their website,” she asked, “that the safety precautions ‘we’ve put into place make our facilities among the safest possible places to receive healthcare at this time’?”
Blake Medical Center spokesperson Lisa Kirkland said the hospital is “strongly encouraging vaccination” and noted that it follows Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and federal and state guidelines to protect patients. President Joe Biden has called for all hospital employees to be vaccinated, but the requirement could face resistance in a dozen states, including Florida, that have banned vaccine mandates.
The reigning NFL MVP, whose endorsement deals include a starring role in commercials for insurance company State Farm, hinted that his stance on vaccination could have consequences when he described himself Friday as a victim of “cancel culture.”
The NBA has launched an investigation into Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver who has been accused of racist and misogynist behavior and of creating a toxic work environment.

The move to look into Sarver’s 17-year tenure as majority owner of the team comes on the heels of a lengthy ESPN report published on Thursday that detailed several instances in which Sarver, who is white, allegedly used racially offensive language in conversations with and about Black players, coaches and other staff. It also includes alleged accounts of sexist and inappropriate behavior.

In a statement that was issued hours after the publication of the story NBA Executive Vice President of Communications Mike Bass called the claims in the article “extremely serious.” He added that the Wachtell Lipton law firm will conduct a comprehensive investigation on behalf of the league.

“The NBA and WNBA remain committed to providing a respectful and inclusive workplace for all employees. Once the investigation is completed, its findings will provide the basis for any league action,” Bass wrote.
A KHN review of work-safety records, medical literature and interviews with staff at high-spread hospitals points to why the virus took hold: Hospital leaders were slow to appreciate its airborne nature, which made coughing patients hazardous to roommates and staff members, who often wore less-protective surgical masks instead of N95s. Hospitals failed to test every admitted patient, enabled by CDC guidance that leaves such testing to the “discretion of the facility.” Management often failed to inform workers when they’d been exposed to covid and so were at risk of spreading it themselves.
Spread among patients and staffers seemed to go hand in hand. At Beaumont Hospital, Taylor, in Michigan, 139 employee covid infections were logged between April 6 to Oct. 20 last year, a hospital inspection report shows. Nearly 7% of the Medicare patients with covid tested positive after they were admitted to that hospital for something else, the federal data shows. A hospital spokesperson said tests were not available to screen all patients last year, resulting in some late diagnoses. He said all incoming patients are tested now.
Tracking covid inside health facilities is no new task to federal officials, who publicly report new staff and resident cases weekly for each U.S. nursing home. Yet the Department of Health and Human Services reports data on covid’s spread in hospitals only on a statewide basis, so patients are in the dark about which facilities have cases.
KHN commissioned analyses of hospital billing records, which are also used more broadly to spot various hospital-acquired infections. For covid, the data has limitations. It can pick up some community-acquired cases that were slow to show up, as it can take two to 14 days from exposure to the virus for symptoms to appear, with the average being four to five days. The records do not account for cases picked up in an emergency room or diagnosed after a hospital patient was discharged.

Sarver has vehemently denied the claims in the story and offered his own statement earlier in the day, saying he’d welcome an impartial NBA investigation to clear his name.

“I continue to be shocked by the false reporting from Baxter Holmes,” Sarver said, referring to the writer of the article.

“While there is so much that is inaccurate and misleading in this story that I hardly know where to begin, let me be clear: The n-word is not part of my vocabulary. I have never called anyone or any group of people the n-word, or referred to anyone or any group of people by that word, either verbally or in writing. I don’t use that word. It is abhorrent and ugly and denigrating and against everything I believe in.”

He then blamed “an unprofessional and toxic atmosphere” within the organization on former Suns coach Earl Watson.

“Now we are in the position of trying to disprove things that did not happen,” Sarver wrote.

“At this point, I would entirely welcome an impartial NBA investigation which may prove our only outlet for clearing my name and the reputation of an organization of which I’m so very proud.”

The explosive story is based on interviews with more than 70 current and former Suns employees, including a Suns co-owner who said he was embarrassed by Sarver and added, “The level of misogyny and racism is beyond the pale.”

Several unnamed staffers told ESPN that Sarver repeatedly used racist language in conversations. And at one point, when Watson reportedly suggested broadening the diversity of the organization, Sarver allegedly responded, “I don’t like diversity,” according to the former coach.

Others said he asked players about their sexual activity, talked about sex with his wife and passed around a photo of her in a bikini making lewd comments.

Several current and former colleagues have stepped forward to defend Sarver.

Jason Rowley, president and CEO of the Suns, criticized ESPN’s reporting tactics and said the team has “retained defamation counsel after it became clear that Mr. Holmes’ reporting was plagued by journalistic failures.”

“From a personal perspective, the Robert Sarver I’ve worked alongside of for 15 years is not a racist and he’s not sexist,” Rowley said, calling him a “hard-driving, competitive and compassionate man.”

Suns vice chairman Jahm Najafi said he was “stunned and saddened” by the stories of alleged misconduct, which he called unacceptable.

Meanwhile, former head coach Watson, who is one of the few people on record throughout the story, said he was not interested in addressing claims that he is a disgruntled and unreliable source.

“Instead, I want to applaud the courage of the numerous players, executives and staffers for fighting toxic environments of racial insensitivity, sexual harassment, and micro-aggressions with their truth,” he said in a statement.

“This has been a traumatic experience, one that has affected me profoundly, and I am not willing to relive it every day.”
The NBA has launched an investigation into Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver who has been accused of racist and misogynist behavior and of creating a toxic work environment.

The move to look into Sarver’s 17-year tenure as majority owner of the team comes on the heels of a lengthy ESPN report published on Thursday that detailed several instances in which Sarver, who is white, allegedly used racially offensive language in conversations with and about Black players, coaches and other staff. It also includes alleged accounts of sexist and inappropriate behavior.

In a statement that was issued hours after the publication of the story NBA Executive Vice President of Communications Mike Bass called the claims in the article “extremely serious.” He added that the Wachtell Lipton law firm will conduct a comprehensive investigation on behalf of the league.

“The NBA and WNBA remain committed to providing a respectful and inclusive workplace for all employees. Once the investigation is completed, its findings will provide the basis for any league action,” Bass wrote.

Sarver has vehemently denied the claims in the story and offered his own statement earlier in the day, saying he’d welcome an impartial NBA investigation to clear his name.

“I continue to be shocked by the false reporting from Baxter Holmes,” Sarver said, referring to the writer of the article.

“While there is so much that is inaccurate and misleading in this story that I hardly know where to begin, let me be clear: The n-word is not part of my vocabulary. I have never called anyone or any group of people the n-word, or referred to anyone or any group of people by that word, either verbally or in writing. I don’t use that word. It is abhorrent and ugly and denigrating and against everything I believe in.”

See Also

He then blamed “an unprofessional and toxic atmosphere” within the organization on former Suns coach Earl Watson.

“Now we are in the position of trying to disprove things that did not happen,” Sarver wrote.

“At this point, I would entirely welcome an impartial NBA investigation which may prove our only outlet for clearing my name and the reputation of an organization of which I’m so very proud.”

The explosive story is based on interviews with more than 70 current and former Suns employees, including a Suns co-owner who said he was embarrassed by Sarver and added, “The level of misogyny and racism is beyond the pale.”

Several unnamed staffers told ESPN that Sarver repeatedly used racist language in conversations. And at one point, when Watson reportedly suggested broadening the diversity of the organization, Sarver allegedly responded, “I don’t like diversity,” according to the former coach.

Others said he asked players about their sexual activity, talked about sex with his wife and passed around a photo of her in a bikini making lewd comments.

Several current and former colleagues have stepped forward to defend Sarver.

Jason Rowley, president and CEO of the Suns, criticized ESPN’s reporting tactics and said the team has “retained defamation counsel after it became clear that Mr. Holmes’ reporting was plagued by journalistic failures.”

“From a personal perspective, the Robert Sarver I’ve worked alongside of for 15 years is not a racist and he’s not sexist,” Rowley said, calling him a “hard-driving, competitive and compassionate man.”

Suns vice chairman Jahm Najafi said he was “stunned and saddened” by the stories of alleged misconduct, which he called unacceptable.

Meanwhile, former head coach Watson, who is one of the few people on record throughout the story, said he was not interested in addressing claims that he is a disgruntled and unreliable source.

“Instead, I want to applaud the courage of the numerous players, executives and staffers for fighting toxic environments of racial insensitivity, sexual harassment, and micro-aggressions with their truth,” he said in a statement.

“This has been a traumatic experience, one that has affected me profoundly, and I am not willing to relive it every day.”

What's Your Reaction?
Excited
0
Happy
0
In Love
0
Not Sure
0
Silly
0
View Comments (0)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

© 2021 Brand Rator. All Rights Reserved.

Scroll To Top