” Louisiana medical facility workers braved a destructive Category 4 typhoon in the middle of a pandemic, and they stayed on the cutting edge throughout a compulsory evacuation to conserve clients lives before, throughout and after the storm,” association President and CEO Paul Salles said in a news release. “These health center heroes, who show extraordinary empathy and dedication every day and throughout crises, need to now start to reconstruct their own lives, and our hope is that this fund will offer a little additional relief.”.
Cyclone Laura made landfall in the U.S. on Aug. 27 and significantly impacted Lake Charles, La., and surrounding locations.
The Louisiana Care Fund aims to supply relief for those who experienced considerable property loss or personal challenge due to the Category 4 storm.
The Louisiana Hospital Association Research and Education Foundation has actually established a fund for medical facility workers affected by Hurricane Laura, the association announced Sept. 9..
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Wednesday, September 9th, 2020
More details about the fund and donating is offered here
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