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  1. I found this interesting although I dont believe the rfid but you never know, the rest of the names is scary.
  2. They ate the leaves off of the blueberry bushes. My wife got rid of them after she saw them which was from quite a distance since they were all bunched up.
  3. Mount Nittany finds some COVID-19 tests 'invalid' after unusually high positive percentage STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (WJAC) — Mount Nittany Health System confirmed that a number of tests done "are not valid" and are being reviewed and updated by the Department of Health. "We use multiple commercial labs to conduct COVID-19 tests, and we closely monitor and review the results that are returned to us," said Nirmal Joshi, MD, chief medical officer, Mount Nittany Health. "When we received an unusually high number of positive results on Friday, we immediately alerted the Department of Health and implemented a plan to quickly re-test these individuals over the weekend. "On retesting, the Department of Health has determined that a number of the original test results are not valid. Based on the volume of test results we have received to date, this was clearly an unusual pattern that prompted further follow up and investigation and we appreciate the collaboration with the Department of Health.” Joshi said patients are being contacted about the findings.
  4. Centre Co. hospital retesting COVID-19 patients after abnormally high positive percentage STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (WJAC) — Mount Nittany Health System confirmed to 6 News they are retesting some patients who tested positive for Coronavirus after a sudden, but so far only one-day, spike in cases was reported in Centre County earlier this week. Anissa Ilie, Communications Coordinator, Media Relations & Executive Communications for Mount Nittany Health, said they noticed on Friday that an abnormally large percentage of their test results had come back positive. That was reflected in the state's numbers on Sunday when 43 cases were reported in one day in Centre County. Ilie said Mount Nittany staff reached out to the Pennsylvania Department of Health for further guidance and now patients from that timeframe are being retested as a result. According to Ilie, results of the retests should be known by the end of this week and the Pennsylvania Department of Health would be responsible for reporting any information about those tests and if that would bring about any changes to the county's case tally. Centre County Commissioners have called on the state to provide additional information on Sunday's spike and to prepare for students and staff returning to Penn State in August.
  5. Just some of the doctors ********************************************************************************************** The panel of doctors and credentials👇🏻 Simone Gold, MD - Emergency Medicine Specialist in Los Angeles, CA and has over 31 years of experience in the medical field. She graduated from Rosalind Franklin University Of Medicine Science/The Chicago Medical School medical school in 1989. She is affiliated with Centinela Hospital Medical Center. Dr. Bob Hamilton - pediatrician from Santa Monica, California. Medical School UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA. Internship UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA. Residency UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Dan Erickson, DO - Emergency Medicine Specialist in Bakersfield, CA and has over 16 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Western Univ Of Health Sciences/College Of Osteopathic Medicine Of The Pacific, Western University Of Health Sciences medical school in 2004. (While both degrees mean your doctor is a licensed physician, their training differs slightly, and each has a unique perspective on care. “An M.D. follows an allopathic medical training path, whereas a D.O. follows osteopathic,”) Dr. James Todaro, MD - a Ophthalmology Specialist received his medical degree from Columbia University, Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons in NY, and completed his surgical training with four additional years of residency in ophthalmology. Dr. Joe Ladapo MD, PhD - Physician at UCLA and clinical researcher. Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine, 2011. Residency Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Med Ctr-East Campus, 2009-2011. Internship Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Med Ctr-East Campus, 2008-2009. Degree Harvard Medical School, MD, 2008 Harvard University Grad. School of Arts, Sciences, PhD, 2008.
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