Springfield Bishop Mitchell Rozanski, USA, "allowed" nurses on March 25 to perform [invalid] anointings of the sick.
Rozanski planned that a priest would stand outside the room while a nurse would enter and administers the oil.
Prayers could be provided via telephone.
On March 27, CatholicNewsAgency.com reported about this. An hour later, Rozanski rescinded his "permission."
Looking at his biography, I see that he studied theology at Pathological College. Another example of a cleric who is not familiar with basic principles of Doctrine. In any class on the Sacraments, even to teenagers, the question of who is the minister is a necessary part of instruction.