The New York Times reports that approximately one-third of all coronavirus deaths involved nursing home residents or nursing home staff. These figures are incredibly alarming because nursing home residents are often particularly vulnerable to the most devastating and deadly symptoms of the coronavirus. Families and loved ones are understandably concerned for their loved ones in nursing homes at this time. But what rights do yo...
With coronavirus cases surging across the U.S., there are increased concerns about people getting sick and spreading the virus. Another issue that is seldom discussed is the reality that as more people get sick, more people might be facing the dilemma of whether to drive themselves to the hospital or to call an ambulance. Others might choose to drive despite feeling sick. While public health officials are asking people who are...
A tragic accident occurred on a South Carolina roadway last week that claimed the lives of two young women. The State reported that 20-year-old Shakeria Harris and 21-year-old Brittany McQueen were driving on Weaver Road, just outside the Midlands when the incident occurred. Master Trooper Gary Miller of the South Carolina Highway Patrol says the accident happened at around 4:20 p.m. Officials say that Harris was driving th...
Nursing homes in South Carolina decided to close their doors to the public recently to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This has not only resulted in many residents feeling alone and helpless, but it has left many families without a way to physically check in on their aging relatives. While the updated guidelines for visiting nursing home residents aim to keep the vulnerable aging population safe, many families h...

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