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Daily Archives: April 6, 2020

HHS OIG Report – Hospital Experiences Responding to COVID-19

Hospital Experiences Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Results of a National Pulse Survey March 23-27, 2020 04-03-2020 | OEI-06-20-00300 | Complete Report “…WHAT WE FOUND – Hospitals reported that their most significant challenges centered on testing and caring for patients with COVID-19 and keeping staff safe. Hospitals said that severe shortages of testing supplies and extended… Continue Reading

Thousands of zoom video calls left exposed on Open Web

Washington Post – “Thousands of personal Zoom videos have been left viewable on the open Web, highlighting the privacy risks to millions of Americans as they shift many of their personal interactions to video calls in an age of social distancing. Videos viewed by The Washington Post included one-on-one therapy sessions; a training orientation for… Continue Reading

Coronavirus lockdown – Gallery pieces become online jigsaw puzzles

BBC News: “The Cooper Gallery in Barnsley runs a daily internet puzzle challenge using artworks from its collection. People from around the world – including Brazil – have competed to solve them in the quickest time during the lockdown across many countries. Barnsley Council said the town’s other museums would be posting similar challenges online.… Continue Reading

Soothe Yourself With These Zoo and Pasta Making Livestreams

The Cut: “It’s all very upsetting. Just, all of it. With wave after wave of acutely unsettling coronavirus information assaulting your eyeballs every time you look at a screen — which I bet you’re doing more often than usual, given that self-isolation is limiting in terms of available activities — it is good, I think,… Continue Reading