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COVID-19 infections are soaring again at U.S. nursing homes because of the omicron wave, and deaths are climbing too, leading to new restrictions on family visits and a renewed push to get more residents and staff members vaccinated and boosted.

The Virginia Parole Board chairwoman is spending her final weeks in office investigating whether any of her staff accessed inmate records "without having a business need." The action by Chairwoman Tonya Chapman drew a rebuke from Attorney Gen.-elect Jason Miyares, who wrote to her last week to say that firing staff members would send "a vindictive message to all state employees."

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Boyles is the fifth interim or full-time city manager the city has had since 2018, and the third since September 2020.

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There’s no denying that we’re currently in an extremely uncertain job environment, with everything from a persistent global pandemic and its resulting economic and social impact to waves of technological innovation forcing an evolution in how business is done at every level. In such a volatile environment, it can be a challenge for today’s businesses […]

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CVS and Walgreens are finishing delivering doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Virginia's long-term care residents and staff under the federal pharmacy plan. The state has made arrangements to continue vaccinating people who are moving into facilities or those who changed their minds and now want it. It is not known yet what percentage of residents and staff have asked to be vaccinated.

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