They allege fraudulent misrepresentation and gross negligence, claiming Tyson let workers and subcontractors from a plant closed by a COVID-19 outbreak work at Waterloo in April. They claim supervisors told employers that sick workers just had the flu and warned them not to talk about the virus at
SAO PAULO, Slot Online May 26 (Reuters) - The Brazilian government will send the first doses of COVID-19 shots to immunize Santos port workers, with vaccinations slated to begin this week at Latin America's largest port, according to a statement from maritime agent Williams on Wednesday.
Companies must give their workers a safe place to work by law. The ongoing pandemic adds new elements to the safe workplace. Employers may be liable for damages if they fail to make sure that social distancing is properly executed in the workplace, or if they fail to give adequate personal protective equipment to their wo
A New Mexico man claims the state wouldn't let him have a surgery since it was elective. Numerous businesses have claimed they weren't allowed to open. Numerous lawsuits in the state want prisoners released or better conditions for the pris
Williams said Infrastructure Ministry Tarcísio de Freitas made a public commitment to vaccinate the workers, citing an audio message dated May 23 that was shared publicly by the National Federation of Port Operators (Fenop).
Cummings told lawmakers on Wednesday Hancock should have been fired for lying in government meetings on COVID-19, including saying that all patients got the treatment they needed during the first peak of the virus.
If Brussels rejects Lisbon's restructuring plan for TAP, which involves a proposed 2,000 job cuts by 2022 and pay cuts of up to 25%, TAP would have to immediately repay the rescue loan, which could lead to its insolvency.
BRASILIA, May 26 (Reuters) - Almost half of the more than 3.4 million COVID-19 deaths reported so far in the world have occurred in the Americas, but the real numbers may be higher, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) warned on Wednesday.
A San Diego nursing home has been accused of negligence in responding to the pandemic. There are claims the nursing home failed to isolate a patient from "infected residents and/or staff," was understaffed and that the nursing home failed to provide adequate personal protective equipment, test staff and residents, limit visits, adequately train staff regarding pandemic precautions and warn residents and their families about the
What is key here is the specific language in your specific policy which defines covered perils. Many business owners are filing business interruption insurance claims because the pandemic shut their business down. Many of these owners are finding their claims denied by the insurance company.
Some of these claims are possibly being denied wrongly. Insurance companies will sometimes deny claims and base the denial on policy language which is unenforceable because it is too vague. A lawyer may be able to assist policy holders if they are covered under their p
"Due to systematic hostile attacks on TAP, Ryanair should not expect an attitude of cooperation," the ministry said in a strongly worded statement after minister Pedro Nuno Santos met Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary earlier in the day.
s A lawsuit against Carnival Cruise Corporation and their subsidiary Holland America claims that the crew of the MS Zaandam failed to adequately screen onboarding passengers for the virus and "made no COVID-19 specific efforts to prevent or contain conta
United States nursing homes must develop and maintain an infection control program "designed to provide a safe, sanitary and comfortable environment and to help prevent the development and transmission of disease and infection." This program is not optional.
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Chile, Peru and Paraguay have reported declines in new infections, but Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil are once again seeing a rise in cases, while Bolivia is reporting a drastic increase in deaths, she said.
LONDON, May 26 (Reuters) - Britain's health minister Matt Hancock's team rejected extensive criticism from the prime minister's former adviser Dominic Cummings, saying he will continue to work on the vaccine rollout and supporting the national health service.
Last week, the European Union's second-highest court upheld Ryanair's fight against a 1.2 billion euro ($1.5 billion) rescue loan TAP received in 2020 from the state, with the European Commission's blessing, on the grounds that the Commission failed to justify the huge cash injection.
"It is clear to everyone that Ryanair is trying to take advantage of a difficult situation caused by a pandemic to attack a group of European companies of central importance for several (EU) member states," the ministry said.
The results may reassure people with persistent COVID-19 symptoms that the different types of vaccines developed by Pfizer/BioNTech or AstraZeneca are "not associated with a decrease in quality of life or worsening of symptoms," the researchers said. website Moderna says vaccine safe, effective in adolescents