Workers At Four Seasons Nursing Home Walk Off Job Over Covid-19, Labor Concerns
Nearly 60 workers at the Four Seasons Rehabilitation and Nursing Home in Westland walked off the job Monday. They say several residents and employees have tested positive for Covid-19 and they do not feel safe. Ms. Carlos says she and other workers are taking care of the residents here, but feel they are not being taking care of by management. “Putting residents at risk they put us all on the same unit and sometimes we’re unaware of who has it,” said Carolyn Cole a CNA at Four Seasons Rehabilitation and Nursing Home. The employees say they just want to be protected and respected for the essential workers they are and until that happens, they plan to be out here.detroit.cbslocal.com
Death of woman who plunged from cruise ship investigated
(CNN) - Officials are investigating the death of a passenger who fell into the ocean from the 11th deck of a cruise ship, according to Taiwanese news agency CNA. The 41-year-old Taiwanese woman was first declared missing on Friday morning at 6 a.m. She had embarked days earlier on the Sun Princess, Princess Cruises said in a statement. According to the cruise line, surveillance footage showed her "intentionally" going over a railing on the 11th deck and falling into the sea. "We activated our Princess Care Team to provide assistance to our guest's family during this difficult time," the cruise line statement said. At least 8 people were killed in May when three floatplanes crashed in Alaska with cruise line tourists on board.