Gov. Wolf Statement on Commitment to Fair and Equitable Treatment of All Pennsylvanians During COVID-19 Pandemic March 30, 2020 Press Release, Public Health Governor Tom Wolf today released a statement on his commitment to ensuring all Pennsylvanians receive fair and equitable access to lifesaving health care during the COVID-19 pandemic. His full statement is here:“Pennsylvania’s standards of care – in times of crisis and not – are based on an ethical allocation framework, meaning care is provided equitably across all populations without regard to patient age, race, gender, creed, color, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, ethnicity, religion, or socioeconomic status. We follow the provisions set forth in the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA) and advise any Pennsylvanian who feels they or a loved one have been discriminated against in any way to contact the PHRC.“I will not tolerate discrimination in allocation of lifesaving resources based on any factor including, but not limited to age, disability and socioeconomic status to Pennsylvanians seeking medical care in our commonwealth. This belief is something I hold and expect at all times, but especially during this public health crisis. William Penn founded our state on tolerance and acceptance and that is a tenet we espouse today and every day. It is especially important in these unprecedented times when we all must work together to support each other.“I am committed to protecting all Pennsylvanians affected by COVID-19, and we will not discriminate in this fight.”Disability rights groups and the Medical Assistance Advisory Committee under the Department of Human Services have advocated for a clear policy prohibiting discrimination in the allocation of resources should the pandemic cause healthcare needs to exceed capacity. Governor Wolf and his administration have committed to establishing policy that strictly prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability or socioeconomic status in this fight against COVID-19.View this information in Spanish here. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Jan Oblak, Juanfran, Gabi, are also part of the 20-man Atletico Madrid squad for the game in Uyo.Also in the list are Ghanaâ€™s Thomas Partey, Victor Machin Perez known as Vitolo and Kevin Gameiro.However, top stars like Antoine Griezmann, Joke and Diego Costa were left out due to preparations toward the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.â€œThe LaLiga season is over and weâ€™re going to play a friendly in Nigeria with: Oblak, Werner, Juanfran, Sergi, Montero, Solano, Jota, Rafa MuÃ±oz, Thomas, Gabi, Vitolo, Toni Moya, AgÃ¼ero, Olabe, Mikel Carro, JoaquÃn, Torres, Correa, Gameiro and Borja,â€ Atletico wrote on itâ€™s Twitter handle yesterday afternoon.The team finished runners-up to Barcelona to cap an impressive season, which also saw them win the Europa League trophy.The Europa League champions 20-man squad for the encounter, which includes head coach Diego Simeone, promises to be a truly pulsating encounter.THE 20-MAN ATLETICO MADRIDGK – Jan Oblak, Axel WernerDEF â€“ JuanFran, Sergio Gonzalez, Francisco Montero, Rafael Munoz, Andres SolanoMID â€“ Gabi Fernandez Â©, Angel Correa, Victor â€˜Vitoloâ€™ Perez, Thomas Partey, Roberto Olabe, Juan Aguero Nunez, Antonio Moya, Mikel Carro, Joaqiun Munoz, JotST â€“ Fernando Torres, Kevin Gameiro, Borja GarcesShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Spanish LaLiga giants Atletico Madrid Monday confirmed the array of stars, including Fernando Torres to play the Super Eagles in the maiden edition of the GOtv MAX Cup billed for this evening at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, Uyo.The game scheduled to kick off at 6pm is Torresâ€™ last for the club,Torres, who scored both Atletico goals on Sunday in the 2-2 draw with Eibar in their last LaLiga match of the season, is a club legend, having been named captain of the LaLiga giants at the age of 17, the youngest ever.