Samantha Manning, WPXI

Samantha Manning

WPXI

Orlando, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • WPXI
  • WHIOTV
  • Boston 25 News
  • ActionNewsJax
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
Past:
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • News 96.5 (WDBO)
  • WOKV News
  • WSOCTV
  • KIRO 7

Recent articles by Samantha:

NURSING HOME INFECTIONS CORONAVIRUS: GAO: Most nursing homes had infection control deficiencies before coronavirus pandemic

Most nursing homes weren’t doing enough to protect patients from spreading infections before the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report. → Read More

Coronavirus: Most nursing homes had infection control deficiencies before pandemic, report says

A U.S. Government Accountability Office report found most nursing homes weren’t doing enough to protect patients from spreading infections before the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

GAO: Most nursing homes had infection control deficiencies before coronavirus pandemic

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that more than 13,000 nursing homes had deficiencies with infection control from 2013 to 2017. → Read More

FDA approves more than 100 COVID-19 tests; hundreds more in development

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it’s been working with more than 400 test developers and so far, 104 tests have been authorized. → Read More

FDA approves more than 100 COVID-19 tests; hundreds more in development

Hundreds of companies are racing to make tests that detect if someone has or has had COVID-19. → Read More

Lawmakers question Mnuchin, Fed Chairman on coronavirus economic response

Lawmakers from both parties questioned the heads of the country’s economic response to the coronavirus pandemic about the $2 trillion from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act on Capitol Hill Tuesday. → Read More

Lawmakers question Mnuchin, Fed Chairman on coronavirus economic response

Lawmakers from both parties questioned the heads of the country’s economic response to the coronavirus pandemic about the $2 trillion from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act on Capitol Hill Tuesday. → Read More

FTC warns some assisted living facilities are trying to take stimulus checks from patients

The federal government and attorneys general across the country are warning people not to allow nursing homes or assisted living facilities to wrongfully take stimulus checks from patients. → Read More

FTC warns some nursing homes, assisted living facilities trying to take stimulus checks from patients

The federal government and attorneys general across the country are warning people not to allow nursing homes or assisted living facilities to wrongfully take stimulus checks from patients. → Read More

FTC warns some nursing homes, assisted living facilities are trying to take stimulus checks from patients

The federal government and attorneys general across the country are warning people not to allow nursing homes or assisted living facilities to wrongfully take stimulus checks from patients. → Read More

Report: People with limited internet access could be missed in 2020 census due to social distancing

A new government report said people with limited internet access are at risk of getting missed in the population count for the 2020 census because of social distancing limiting door-to-door contact. → Read More

Report: People with limited internet access at risk of being missed in 2020 census because of social distancing

A new government report said people with limited internet access are risk of getting missed in the population count for the 2020 census because of social distancing limiting door-to-door contact. → Read More

Secretary of Transportation ‘optimistic that travel will return’ following pandemic

The head of the country’s transportation system said she is hopeful the industry will rebound from the impact of the pandemic. → Read More

Push grows for airlines to give full refunds for all cancelations related to COVID-19

There is a growing push for airlines to give full refunds for all cancelations related to COVID-19 from consumer advocacy groups and lawmakers. → Read More

Push grows for airlines to give full refunds for all cancelations related to COVID-19

There is a growing push for airlines to give full refunds for all cancelations related to COVID-19 from consumer advocacy groups and lawmakers. → Read More

Push grows for airlines to give full refunds for all cancelations related to COVID-19

There is a growing push for airlines to give full refunds for all cancelations related to COVID-19 from consumer advocacy groups and lawmakers. → Read More

Some countries consider immunity passports; WHO warns of lack of evidence to prove immunity

Several countries are considering using what’s known as an immunity passport or an immunity-based license to indicate if someone has recovered from COVID-19 and is now immune to the virus. → Read More

Some countries consider immunity passports; WHO warns of lack of evidence to prove immunity

Several countries are considering using what’s known as an immunity passport or an immunity-based license to indicate if someone has recovered from COVID-19 and is now immune to the virus. → Read More

Report: HHS having difficulty recruiting scientists needed for biomedical research

A new government report said the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has had trouble recruiting and retaining scientists needed for biomedical and clinical research, which can include work on COVID-19 and other viruses. → Read More

Coronavirus: HHS having difficulty recruiting scientists needed for biomedical research

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has had trouble recruiting and retaining scientists needed for biomedical and clinical research which can include work on COVID-19 and other viruses, according to a new government report. → Read More