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  WNC-MOAA : Western North Carolina Chapter MOAA COVID-19 Info: Information about the Pandemic

 

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Here's the VA's 3-Part Plan to Resume Full Services for Veterans

As the number of active COVID-19 cases among its patients declined slightly this week, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced a three-part plan for resuming operations at its facilities in the coming months.

The effort will largely depend on local COVID-19 conditions, including a declining number of patients with symptoms, a reduction in those testing positive and widespread availability of testing.

While the VA's Central Office has drafted a tiered plan for operations, decisions will be made at the local level and may not be in line with other state or federal reopening goals, VA officials said.

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Posted: 05/09/20 19:39 by WNC MOAA under "Serious"

Haywood County Health Department

Medical Director Dr. Mark Jaben: Quarantine Fatigue

Dr. Jaben talks about the difficulty of maintaining isolation, and offers some advice...

Posted: 05/06/20 11:12 by WNC MOAA under "Serious"

Haywood County Health Department

Medical Director Dr. Mark Jaben talks about "What's our risk?" Part Four...The Dilemma

Dr. Jaben talks about "What's our risk?" Part Four...The Dilemma

Haywood County Health Department

Medical Director Dr. Mark Jaben talks about "What's our risk?" Part three, the Hammer and the Dance...

Dr. Jaben talks about "What's our risk?" Part three, the Hammer and the Dance..

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Haywood County Health Department

Medical Director Dr. Mark Jaben talks about "What's our risk?" Part two, the pot boils over...

Dr. Jaben talks about "What's our risk? Part two of the series, "The pot boils over."

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