When it comes to documenting each vote, Litz stands firm in his opinion. “The old-school part of security I like is for a paper ballot. One person, one ballot. You can track it, you can prove it, you can go back later on and correct anything...paper ballots,” said Litz.
The two Avera employees we’re feating in this story have very different duties, yet both are important. Bonnie Noi Heuan works in food services and Jennifer Miller is at the COVID testing center. Both share a common concern about coming into contact with COVID-19
President Donald Trump said Thursday that he will leave the White House if the Electoral College formalizes President-Elect Joe Biden’s victory even as he insisted such a decision would be a “mistake."
As you watch Barb Knudtson put on her PPE, you may think she’s about to give medicine to a patient or help with a procedure. Actually, Knudtson is a part of a very valuable team, especially during the pandemic. She’s a custodian at Avera McKennan Hospital at takes her job very seriously.
Federal officials say national reading and math tests used to track what U.S. students know are being postponed from next year to 2022 over concerns about whether such testing would be feasible or produce valid results amid the pandemic.
Having therapy close to home, prevents a long drive, which could cause problems. “As swelling does increase in certain bodies when you’re stuck in a certain position so just the fact that it’s right local, only makes it better for the patient,” said Blom.
Although the Aberdeen city council failed the first reading of a proposed mask ordinance 5-4 in Monday evening’s meeting, it’s looking at other options to raise awareness of mask usage and social distancing guidelines.