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Target Stores [store locator] have select Hefty Trash Bags on sale when you 'clip' the 30% Off Target Circle Offer found on the product pages (or add offer here) and checkout using in store Order Pickup, Drive Up or Same Day Delivery. Thanks iDeal1st

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  • Offer valid through April 4, 2020 or while supplies last.
  • A Target RedCard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period. -StrawMan86

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The title says it all. Link below has a list of eligible items. You can simply click on "+save" to add the circle offer coupon. Max of 4 redemption. Enjoy!

P.S. If you're shopping deals from Target, they are also doing buy 2 get$5 TGC on supplements.

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Awesome now we can make more hospital gowns for less!
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Awesome now we can make more hospital gowns for less!
New york hospitals are already using garbage bags for employee isolation gowns. The hospital I work for is considering it unless we can get a massive shipment in very soon.
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Awesome now we can make more hospital gowns for less!
I was just about to say something like this as well.
But seriously, it sucks that our healthcare workers in the US are so ill prepared for everything.
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I was just about to say something like this as well.
But seriously, it sucks that our healthcare workers in the US are so ill prepared for everything.
The hospital I work for is a major one. You would think that they (hospitals in general) would increase the quantity of supplies in response to an unfolding event but they decided to wait until we were getting symptomatic patients to place new orders and by then it was too late due to all hospitals trying to order at the same time.
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New york hospitals are already using garbage bags for employee isolation gowns. The hospital I work for is considering it unless we can get a massive shipment in very soon.
Our isolation gowns are reserved for our hazmat team. They use them while scrubbing us down when we have been exposed to a confirmed or highly suspected patient! (Yes that's the departments process)!
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New york hospitals are already using garbage bags for employee isolation gowns. The hospital I work for is considering it unless we can get a massive shipment in very soon.
Ponchos!
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Wear a bee suit guys!
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Wear a bee suit guys!
At this point we do not care what we wear as long as we can freely move around still and it can be put on/taken off easily and rapidly. I had an intubated covid pt. the other day that was not sedated properly and he started pulling the tube out of his airway. No clue as to why he was not even in restraints.
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The hospital I work for is a major one. You would think that they (hospitals in general) would increase the quantity of supplies in response to an unfolding event but they decided to wait until we were getting symptomatic patients to place new orders and by then it was too late due to all hospitals trying to order at the same time.
Without getting political - where does the Federal gov't come into play in terms of providing supplies, etc...

Are all hospitals handcuffed to actions of the Federal gov't or can they operate & purchase supplies autonomously?
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The hospital I work for is a major one. You would think that they (hospitals in general) would increase the quantity of supplies in response to an unfolding event but they decided to wait until we were getting symptomatic patients to place new orders and by then it was too late due to all hospitals trying to order at the same time.
The management is not working at the front line and only concerned about the cost. Ordering more supply cost more. To get rid of expired supply also cost them so they all waited and ordered supply when they finally see a need of it
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seems still expensive pass
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Without getting political - where does the Federal gov't come into play in terms of providing supplies, etc...

Are all hospitals handcuffed to actions of the Federal gov't or can they operate & purchase supplies autonomously?
In times like these the federal government can step in and provide a backup/alternate source of supplies. The hospital will still order what they require (at least they should).
The hospital I work at used to be non-profit but recently became for profit and the level of care, readiness of items needed on a daily basis, etc have steadily decreased.

If the feds were to step in and provide masks, gowns, other necessary stuff for basic treatment of covid pt. I would not be surprised in the least to see my hospital actually order less if any supplies as they would see it as a way to boost profit margins.
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