HHS announces $2 billion provider relief fund nursing home incentive payment plans

On Thursday, the U.S. Section of Well being and Human Solutions, through the Well being Means and Solutions Administration, introduced the aspects of a $two billion Supplier Relief Fund overall performance-primarily based incentive payment distribution to nursing households. 

This distribution is the hottest update in the formerly introduced $5 billion in planned guidance to nursing households grappling with the effect of COVID-19. Final week, HHS introduced it experienced shipped an additional $two.5 billion in payments to nursing households to assist with upfront COVID-19-related bills for testing, staffing, and personal protecting devices desires. 

Other methods are also becoming devoted to guidance schooling, mentorship and security improvements in nursing households.

Nursing households, which have been strike in particular hard through the pandemic, will not have to utilize to receive a share of the $two billion incentive payment allocation. HHS will be measuring nursing household overall performance through expected nursing household data submissions

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Kerala High Court directs State government to hear relief plea of pineapple farmers

The Kerala High Court docket has appear to the rescue of the crisis-ridden pineapple sector by directing the Point out Govt to consider and go orders inside two months on the illustration submitted by pineapple farmers searching for a complete relief package deal to the Covid-19 battered sector.

Justice Anu Sivaraman passed the interim purchase on a petition submitted by the All Kerala Pineapple Farmers Affiliation requesting the govt to produce off the financial loans of collectors who have been repaying the financial loans regularly till 2018 grant curiosity-free of charge financial loans for upcoming farming till items are improved announce a minimum amount assistance price of ₹25 for pineapple and immediate revival of manufacturing models to generate price-included pineapple items.


Urgent measures demanded

James George, president of the Affiliation, submitted ahead of the court docket that the debts are mounting on pineapple farmers owing to the pandemic and the

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