A nurse practitioner claims she was deliberately exposed to and caught the coronavirus by a physician with a cavalier approach to the disease at Project Access Foundation’s Biscayne Medical office, owned and operated by Larkin Community Hospital.
Venise Jean-Baptiste repeatedly asked that she and other Biscayne Medical staff members be allowed to wear masks in February and March but were rebuked by higher-ups despite guidelines issued by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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