A doctor who gets an infection from a nurse or doctor’s assistant is not covered by state health care policies that are intended to protect health care workers from STIs, according to the Center for Medical Progress.

The group released a video Monday of a doctor being sexually assaulted by a nurse during an appointment in Ohio.

The video shows the nurse, who had no protective gear on, pushing the doctor to the floor.

He is then sexually assaulted in a different room, and then in the restroom.

The video is part of a series of videos from St. Louis, Missouri, police departments, and other law enforcement agencies that show sexual assaults by health care providers that the group says are being tolerated in some hospitals.

The videos are part of an ongoing campaign to highlight instances of sexual misconduct at hospitals and clinics across the country.

In a statement to the Associated Press, the Ohio Department of Health said that it would review its policies to prevent such incidents from happening again.

The Ohio Health Department did not immediately respond to questions about the specific policies.

The state has not said how much it will pay for medical care workers to wear protective gear, the amount that would cover the cost of an employee’s health care needs, and the time it would take for the worker to be tested for STDs.

State law allows health care facilities to pay for health care for workers who do not wear protective equipment.

A worker is not obligated to wear a protective covering if they are covered by the state’s worker’s compensation law.

But some states, including Florida, Indiana, and Tennessee, do not allow workers to pay the full cost of their health care.

St.

Louis is one of the few states that does.

The Ohio Health department said it would ask the state legislature to create a policy that requires employers to pay employees the full amount for their health insurance, as required by state law.

The statement said the department has received complaints about medical facilities refusing to cover health care expenses, but that it has not yet received any reports of sexual assault in a medical facility.

The statement did not provide details about the complaint or its outcome.

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