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GPs will make final decision on NowDoc changes – Pringle

first_imgHomepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest GPs will make final decision on NowDoc changes – Pringle Twitter Twitter Facebook Facebook A Donegal deputy says it’s clear to him that the final decision on the future structure of the NoW DOC service in Donegal will be made by GPs, and not the HSE.Deputy Thomas Pringle met with senior HSE personnel yesterday, at which he was briefed on plans to “live test” a proposal to end the overnight service in Carndonagh and Derrybeg.A meeting is taking place in Dore tonight to discuss the issue, with claims that although the HSE are promising a full compliment of staff and GPs operating from each centre for the duration of the test period, the centres will not be open to the public.Deputy Thomas Pringle says this is a serious issue……Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/tpringnowdoc.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Pinterestcenter_img Previous articleDonegal County Council seeking “retrospective” awarding of Active Travel GrantsNext articleAudio update – “Donegal Prospectus” being launched today admin Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ Google+ WhatsApp By admin – July 29, 2015 Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more


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Group to protest conditions at Westville Correctional Facility Tuesday

first_img Twitter CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter By Brooklyne Beatty – April 28, 2020 0 460 Pinterest Previous articleNew Indiana website launched, offers mental health resourcesNext articleGoshen Public Library back open three days a week Brooklyne Beatty Google+center_img Pinterest Group to protest conditions at Westville Correctional Facility Tuesday TAGScoronavirusCOVID-19deathspandemicprotestviruswestville correctional facility (“Prison Bars Jail Cell” by Jobs For Felons Hub, CC BY 2.0) A protest is set to happen today at the Westville Correctional Facility.Protesters are calling for better safety measures at the facility amid the pandemic, after 138 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 with one death reported. Specifically, protesters have mentioned a “lack of medical care, lack of food and unsanitary conditions” as cause for today’s protest.Over the past weekend, two Westville Correctional Facility employees also succumbed to the virus.ABC 57 News reports protesters plan to circle the prison while inside their vehicles at Noon CST.In response, the Indiana Department of Corrections has issued the following press release:Westville Correctional Facility and Warden John Galipeau would like to take this opportunity to thank staff and offenders for all their hard work during these uncertain times. As the novel coronavirus spreads across the state and country, Westville Correctional Facility is working to limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for all offenders and staff.In the last two weeks, the Purposeful Living Units Serve (PLUS) Program and our Level one Unit WCA has focused on making face masks. Donations of material, elastic, hair ties and sewing machines are being used to make masks for each offender housed at Westville as well as all employees. The donations have come in from community members, religious groups and staff. The masks are to be worn at all times by staff, as well as offenders. The nearly 2,500 masks produced are just one way the facility is doing its part to flatten the curve. Medical services screens staff and offenders daily for fevers. Staff are having temperatures taken every day prior to entering the facility, and anyone who has a fever of 100 degrees or higher is sent home. Those sent home cannot return to work until they meet the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention requirements to return to work.Offenders who are screened and have a fever of 100 degrees are quarantined for up to 14 days for monitoring. Positive cases are isolated in a different area, pending recovery from the virus. Each unit is being staffed by the same custody officers to reduce exposure risk. The facility proactively took steps to social distance by offering no cross programming, temporarily canceling face-to-face visits and all volunteer programs. Offenders and staff have been tapped to clean continuously and practice social distancing during any movement. Sanitizer has been deployed in all areas and is available to all offenders and staff. State Health Commissioner Kris Box, M.D., FACOG, said the Indiana State Department of Health has worked closely with the Department of Correction to reduce the risk to staff and offenders and to increase testing in DOC facilities.“We stand ready to assist in any way possible and support the social distancing and enhanced cleaning and hygiene measures being taken, as they are critical to reducing the risk of COVID-19 in congregate living settings,” Dr. Box said.Westville administration is continuously working to find unique ways to engage the offenders. Religious services are offering weekly via videos played through the television system. Our Recreation Department is working on starter plants for our facility garden.Warden John Galipeau stated, “Staff and offenders have shown to be resilient during these times.” Warden Galipeau continued, “The safety of our staff, offenders, and the community is our top priority. We are in this together, and we will get through this. I am proud of how well our staff, as well as the offenders, are handling this pandemic.” Facebook Facebook Google+last_img read more


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‘Eclipsemania’ building for rare event

first_imgPhoto courtesy of eclipse2017.org/Batesville, In. — After a 40 year wait, the United States will experience a full solar eclipse. From about 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, August 21 the “Great American Solar Eclipse” will roll across the Great Northwest to Appalachia, then off the coast of South Carolina.Hopkinsville, Kentucky could be the closest location for “Totality” to the Hoosier state. The town is hosting a three day festival for enthusiasts. Complete information and an official countdown is online at eclipseville.com/.Officials from the Indiana Department a of Transportation say about 200 million people live within the path of “Totality.” Congestion is expected before and after August 21 on U.S. 41, U.S. 231 and I-69. Interstate 65 is also expected to experience increased volume.Eclipse enthusiast Dan McGlaun says the rare event is uniquely American. The last total eclipse in the United States occurred on Feb. 26, 1979. The last total eclipse that crossed the entire continent occurred on June 8, 1918 and the last time a total solar eclipse occurred exclusively in the U.S. was in 1778. McGlaun has a webpage dedicated to the event here eclipse2017.org/ .last_img read more