WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Friday, March 20th 2020

Catholic Health to Convert St. Joseph's For Coronavirus Care

Randy Bushover
March 20, 2020 - 4:09 am
Catholic Health Converting St Joseph For Coronavirus Care

Catholic Health has announced it plans to convert the Sisters of Charity St. Joseph Campus into a specialty care site for coronavirus patients.  Existing patients would be shifted to other hospitals or home, then the Cheektowaga hospital would be able to serve those sickened by the virus.

Paula's Donuts will close at 3pm today because of virus concerns.

Amid the coronavirus crisis, some local businesses are looking to hire.  Sahlen Packing Company is looking to fill several new positions at its facility on Howard Street in Buffalo.  Specific positions and responsibilities vary - and the requirements vary as well.  Sahlen is prepared to offer new production employees a starting wage of $18 per hour along with competitive benefits packages.  Applications can be submitted to www.sahlen.com/careers

Upstate Niagara Cooperative is hiring for a wide range of positions at their facilities in Buffalo and West Seneca - as well as Campbell, Rochester, Syracuse & North Lawrence in New York.  For more you're encouraged to visit their website https://www.upstateniagara.com/careers

Winning Smiles Dental Care and Westermeier Martin Dental Care are offering virtual dental consults while their offices are closed to all non-emergency appointments through April 15th.  For complete information, you can visit their websites.

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