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Ngozi Ezike, the director of Illinois’s Department of Public Health,explainedto reporters.

Not all states have taken an approach as direct as Illinois’s, but even where state guidelines don’t call for listing the mere presence of COVID-19 as the cause of death, it appears hospital administrators are taking a proactive role.

When a reporter asked Erickson who was applying the alleged pressure on physicians, he said it was hospital administration.

“We’re being pressured in-house to add Covid to the diagnostic list when we think it has nothing to do with the actual cause of death,” Erickson said.

So are hospitals conspiring to gin up COVID-19 deaths to make the pandemic look worse than it is? Probably not. There’s a simpler explanation: incentives.

As Minnesota lawmaker and longtime family practitioner Dr.


Don’t try to get cute, and don’t act pushy or overly defensive: While you may be worried about being cheated or arrested, we’re worried about those things plus the possibility of a rough, abusive, or violent client.

Most providers will ask for references—that is, the names and contact info of other professionals you’ve seen. For your sake, it’s best to give at least two, in case one is slow to respond or doesn’t remember you.
“Bambi from Backpage, I don’t recall her number” ain’t gonna cut it. If you have never seen a pro before, or if it’s been more than a few years, be honest about that; some will turn you down without references, but others are “newbie friendly” and will screen you by other means, such as employment verification or connecting with you on a site such as LinkedIn.


All three males got back into the car and were last seen going north on Fairhill Street.

Investigators found seven spent shell casings on the street a few feet from where the victim was found indicating the shooter or shooters were very close when the shots were fired, according to Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small.

Small says there are several security cameras on the block which may help in their investigation.

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They are also regularly embellished to make the reviewer look more studly—so much so that the information conveyed can be…let’s just say “less than accurate.”

But beyond that, the review system has been undermined by bad actors from both inside and outside of the sex-work community. Unscrupulous clients use the promise of good reviews or the threat of bad ones to coerce inexperienced girls into out-of-bounds activities; unprincipled profiteers sell fake reviews to equally unprincipled escorts; and unethical prosecutors have begun to charge clients who write reviews with “facilitating prostitution.” Plus, due to the aforementioned FOSTA, some sites are either closing their reviews to U.S.


When 10 or more Medicare patients receive a COVID-19 vaccine dose at a group living location on the same day, the additional payment can only be billed once per home (whether the home is an individual living unit or a communal space).

For example, if you administer a COVID-19 vaccine on the same date between June 8, 2021 and August 24, 2021 to 2 Medicare patients in the same home, Medicare pays approximately $115 ($35 for the in-home vaccine administration, plus 2 x $40 for each dose of the COVID-19 vaccine).

Effective August 24, 2021, if you administer a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on the same date to 2 Medicare patients in the same home, Medicare pays approximately $150 (2 x $35 for the in-home vaccine administration, plus 2 x $40 for each dose of the COVID-19 vaccine).

Renee

Renee’s husband quit his job to be home with their daughter as her school moved to virtual learning. While Renee was able to keep her job, her hours were cut.
She says the family can’t make ends meet and are dangerously close to going without food.

What’s striking about all the videos is how sincere these people are. They come across like they could easily be friends or family members, caught up in a nightmare they never anticipated, with no emergency savings to fall back on.

Political reality

It would be unfair to share this story without addressing the fact that Congress is unlikely to approve monthly payments — even to those still reeling from the effects of COVID-19.

Similarly, effective August 24, 2021, if you administer a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on the same date to 9 Medicare patients in the same home (including a communal space in a group living setting), Medicare pays approximately $535 (5 x $35 for the in-home vaccine administration, plus 9 x $40 for each dose of the COVID-19 vaccine). Similarly, effective August 24, 2021, if you administer a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on the same date to 12 Medicare patients in the same home (which could be an individual living unit or a communal space in a group living location), Medicare would pay approximately $515 (12 x $40 for each dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and 1 x $35 for one in-home vaccine administration – only one home add-on payment is billable in this circumstance because 10 or more Medicare patients were vaccinated at the same group living location on the same date).

Just What is Obama’s idea of a “Fair Shot?”

This is a passage we get from the Presidential website entitled Giving Everyone a Fair Shot:

So what does that mean for restoring middle-class security in today’s economy? Well, it starts by making sure that everyone in America gets a fair shot at success. The truth is we’ll never be able to compete with other countries when it comes to who’s best at letting their businesses pay the lowest wages, who’s best at busting unions, who’s best at letting companies pollute as much as they want.
That’s a race to the bottom that we can’t win, and we shouldn’t want to win that race. Those countries don’t have a strong middle class. They don’t have our standard of living.

The race we want to win, the race we can win is a race to the top-the race for good jobs that pay well and offer middle-class security.

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Never say never, but getting Congress to agree to monthly stimulus payments appears to be a long shot.

There is currently a Change.org petition calling for Congress to pass a bill that would send a monthly $2,000 check to every eligible adult. In addition, families with children would receive an extra $1,000 per child in their bank accounts.
For a family of four with two adults and two children at home, that’s $6,000 per month.

As of Sunday morning, the petition was nearing 3 million signatures.

This is especially true of dominatrices, in my experience.)

If you’re nervous and/or picky, this is the time to look at the person’s online footprint. For years, reviews were a good way to find out what kinds of experiences other clients had with the lady you’re considering, but that’s not as true as it once was.

While many sex workers like getting reviews and will happily point you to them (and some even prefer that you consult them rather than ask questions), others dislike or distrust them. For some, including me, it’s a matter of taste: Reviews can often be crass and vulgar even when they’re complimentary.

  • A private residence
  • Temporary lodging (for example, a hotel or motel, campground, hostel, or homeless shelter)
  • An apartment in an apartment complex or a unit in an assisted living facility, group home, or non-Medicaid nursing facility
  • A Medicare patient’s home that’s made provider-based to a hospital during the COVID-19 PHE
  • Effective August 24, 2021, communal spaces of a multi-unit or communal living arrangement
  • Effective August 24, 2021, assisted living facilities participating in the CDC’s Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program when their residents are vaccinated through this program

Note:

In response to the COVID-19 PHE, CMS issued several 1135 waivers (PDF) to let hospitals provide services, including administering vaccines, in temporary expansion sites.

COVID-19 vaccine to more than 1 Medicare patient in a single home in the same multi-unit or communal living arrangement on the same day, Medicare pays:

  • Approximately $40 to administer each dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, including additional doses and booster doses
  • For dates of service between June 8, 2021 and August 24, 2021, Medicare pays the additional payment amount of approximately $35 only once per date of service in that home regardless of how many Medicare patients receive the vaccine
  • Effective on August 24, 2021, Medicare pays the additional payment amount (approximately $35 per dose administered), for up to a maximum of 5 vaccine administration services per home unit or communal space within a single group living location; but only when fewer than 10 Medicare patients receive a COVID-19 vaccine dose on the same day at the same group living location.

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