Misplaced Media Attacks Dismissed

UPDATE: With Clean Bill of Health Coler Eyes Reopening for Visitors

As Coler fought to defeat COVID-19, emergency services rallied to salute fellow healthcare workers on the frontlines.
As Coler fought to defeat COVID-19, emergency services rallied to salute fellow healthcare workers on the frontlines.
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In June, a thorough city investigation cleared Coler of allegations drummed up locally, then seized on by sleazy media. But there’s even better news.

A plan for reopening New York State nursing homes FOR visitors is in place, according to Coler activist and volunteer Judith Berdy.

Click here for the full story: UPDATE: Coler Survives Media Crossfire

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