As Nursing Homes Account For 40% Of Coronavirus Deaths, Victims' Families Blame Lack Of PPEWhen FEMA sent 15,000 nursing homes PPE earlier this month, staff at some of them said the supplies were ‘unusable’.
Nursing Homes Receive 'Unusable' Gowns, Gloves And Masks From FEMAFEMA promised to provide two weeks’ worth of gowns, gloves, surgical masks and eye protection for 15,000 nursing homes across the county.
Hit With Added Safety Costs During Pandemic, Some Businesses Charging Clients MoreNail salons, dental offices and auto mechanics are starting to add surcharges, covering everything from cleaning expenses to personal protective equipment.
3 Collin County Sheriff’s Office Workers, 1 Inmate Test Positive For COVID-19Within the last two days, the Collin County Sheriff’s Office has received its first positive tests for COVID-19 for three staff members and one inmate in the Collin County Detention Facility.
Wipes, Masks And Gloves Among PPE Equipment Clogging Sewers, Storm Drains Across The U.S.Officials in cities and rural communities across the country are issuing pleas to be careful what you flush -- as wastewater plant operators report a surge of clogged pipes and damaged equipment caused by face masks, gloves and wipes.
Coronavirus In Texas: Massive Laundry Operation Helping Keep Frontline Health Care Workers SafeNorth Texas Health Care Laundry in Grand Prairie is the largest medical laundry facility in the state and the fifth largest in the U.S.
Coronavirus In Texas: Nonprofit Helping Get Personal Protective Equipment To Denton County First RespondersTeam Rubicon, a veterans service organization, is responding to Denton County's request to run a PPE  drive for local first responders.
Ones For Texas: Oilfield Company Switches To Making Protective Acrylic Boxes For Healthcare WorkersMore companies are finding new and creative ways to help during the coronavirus crisis by switching what they manufacture. But, how do oilfield workers help doctors and nurses?
Agitated Bee Hive Roars To Life, Thousands Swarm, Kill PetBehind a well-kept home in South Fort Worth, danger had been lurking for more than a decade — and the family never knew.