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Middlesex Health employees planted about 300 daffodil bulbs in front of the health system Middlesex Health plants COVID-19 memorial garden in Middletown Middlesex Health plants COVID-19 memorial garden in Middletown Middlesex Health employees planted about 300 daffodil bulbs in front of the health system’s Bengtson-Wood Building in Middletown Sept. 30. Middlesex Health / Contributed photo Show More Show Less Middlesex Health employees planted daffodil bulbs in front of the Bengtson-Wood building Sept. 30. Some were planted for Middlesex Hospital patients who died from COVID-19, including loved ones of the health system’s employees. Middlesex Health / Contributed photo Show More Show Less Middlesex Health employees planted about 300 daffodil bulbs in front of the health system’s Bengtson-Wood Building in Middletown Sept. 30. Middlesex Health / Contributed photo Show More Show Less MIDDLETOWN — Middlesex Health Clinical Engineering Manager Mike Heusser recently planted a daffodil bulb for his father, Ronald, who died of COVID-19 in early 2020.

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But, Goldberg said they are working across the system to find as many opportunities as possible to help people stay on their preventative health track. “We check here have a committee led by surgeons that meets weekly, and some times more than once a week to review what’s being scheduled to make sure what they need we have capacity for it.” Staffing and costs continue to be a major issue. Before the pandemic, Mon Health conducted 75 to 100 elective procedures daily. That volume helped pay for staffing needs throughout the system. Early in the pandemic, some of those workers were paid while not working in order to ensure availability when elective procedures could resume. As the pandemic continued, the hospital was faced with filling staffing needs in a very tight labor market.

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Rams News | Los Angeles Rams - therams.com Top Rams News: What experts are saying about Rams-Cardinals in Week 4 Throughout the regular season, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here's a look at what's out there for Saturday, Oct. 2 about your Los Angeles Rams. Experts make their predictions for Week 4 Here's a collection of analysts' predictions and previews for Rams-Cardinals: Around the NFL's Gregg Rosenthal has the Rams defeating the Cardinals 30-21. Read his full breakdown of the matchup  here. Six of USA TODAY's seven NFL experts picked the Rams to win.  Click here  to see the entire panel's score predictions. All five of Sports Illustrated/The MMQB's NFL experts picked the Rams to win. While they did not predict the score, all of their Week 4 predictions can be read  here. ESPN compiled joint predictions and previews from its NFL Nation reporters.

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Lack of trust and fear about side-effects were cited as the main reasons. After a slow start to its vaccine roll-out, South Africa does now have enough doses for any adult who wants a jab. More than 80,000 people have died with Covid-19 in South Africa, more than any other country on the continent. Local media quotes Mr Jordaan alluding to the mass crowds pictured at the Euro 2020 matches in June and July. "When you look at what happens in Europe, why is it that Euro finals can have over 60,000 people in the stadium, can have fans celebrating before, during and after the match?" Mr Jordan had a clear message for fans who don't want the vaccine, according to News24. "It's very clear that, if you're unvaccinated, you can't come to the stadium." "We want you to come to the stadium. We don't want you to go to the hospital." The country's Deputy President David Mabuza said the sports and arts industry needed audiences to function properly and "contribute meaningfully to the economy". He said the goal of the campaign was to encourage more people to get jabbed so they can attend large-scale events. It is not yet clear which other events will be included in the initiative. Some individuals have also tried to encourage their compatriots to get the vaccine - including one woman who set up a viral raffle on social media offering gifts to people who took the shot.

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