Effective immediately, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has approved the temporary waivers that will allow a collaborating physician and physician assistants (PAs) and/or assistant physicians (APs) to practice over seventy-five (75) miles of one another. A physician can collaborate with either of these professionals regardless of where the providers are located. The waiver was granted at …
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(AP) The Oklahoma Legislature is granting sweeping new powers to the governor to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. The House and Senate on Monday approved a resolution to give the power to the governor under the never-before-used Catastrophic Health Emergency Powers Act. Under the act, Gov. Kevin Stitt is granted the authority to temporarily suspend …
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(AP) As Missouri lawmakers prepare to consider emergency funding in response to the coronavirus crisis, the state’s budget director has offered more evidence of the pandemic’s toll on the economy. Budget Director Dan Haug said Monday that net general revenue collections for March dropped 4.2% compared to March 2019. Lawmakers are scheduled to convene Tuesday …
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A man from Pittsburg was arrested after he allegedly fatally shot his father. Read the full press release below: On April 5, 2020, at approximately 2151 hours, the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a resident at 1313 West Atkinson, Pittsburg Kansas. The caller, identified as Michael J. Woodson, reported that he …
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Of Missouri’s roughly 10,800 hospital beds, about 3,700 – or 35 percent – are currently available to help fight the coronavirus. During Saturday’s press briefing, Missouri Health Department Director Randall Williams said the state is now publishing daily totals of hospital beds and ventilators available statewide. “And so that’s incredibly important as we use our …
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Missouri is asking medical professionals who are not working to join a specialized state team to respond to critical health emergencies during the coronavirus outbreak. Governor Mike Parson says selected medical workers would become part of the Missouri Disaster Medical Assistance Team. “Medical professionals and first responders across this state are working tirelessly to meet …
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Caroline Berti and Karen Sabag went to design school together over a decade ago and have been the best of friends ever since. Now, these two New York City designers have teamed up together to make masks during the coronavirus epidemic hitting the New York region.
New Jersey Gov. Phill Murphy got the green light from President Trump on Monday to utilize beds aboard the USNS Comfort for patients with coronavirus.
Around the country, kids are finding a new way to get outside in this age of social distancing.
The coronavirus has claimed the lives of a Mississippi man and his wife who died minutes apart in a hospital room as they held each other’s hand.
San Francisco police last week issued their first citation to a person violating a shelter-in-place order: an 86-year-old anti-abortion protestor, according to a report.
The Army is holding off sending recruits to basic training for two weeks beginning Monday in response to the fast-spreading coronavirus, leaders announced.
A new SmackDown landscape has emerged
Stanford freshman point guard Tyrell Terry has declared for the NBA draft
The NBA has told teams that they may not conduct or attend any workouts with draft-eligible players during the league’s coronavirus hiatus
He died Monday at age 85
Putting all 30 teams in the Phoenix area and playing in empty ballparks was among the ideas discussed Monday by Major League Baseball and the MLBPA.
Michigan guard David DeJulius intends to enter the transfer portal