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Feds Urge Pause in J&J COVID Vaccine After Blood Clots
There are no changes to federal guidance on the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
The COVID-19 Infodemic: Cures, Controversy and Confusion - Blair Bigham, MD
How to Maintain Educational Continuity During the COVID-19 Pandemic - H. Davis, M. Kaduce, K. O'Connor
COVID-19 Testing: Promises, Problems and Potential - P. Antevy & R. Pescatore
More Coronavirus News
The COVID Vaccine: A Look at the Evidence
Mike Rubin 04/11/2021
Its risks are low compared to the potential long-term damage and unknowns of COVID.
If One Mask Is Good for COVID Protection, Are Two Better?
James Careless 04/10/2021
New CDC data shows double-masking can block more particles.
As COVID Vaccinations Mount, When Will We Reach Herd Immunity?
About 20% of the country is fully vaccinated, while experts often place the threshold for herd immunity at 70%.
Philadelphia FD Vaccinating Patients in their Homes
The PFD has also vaccinated residents at smaller, pop-up neighborhood clinics at churches.
MIH: An Unexpected Weapon Against COVID
South Shore Hospital's mobile integrated healthcare program proved well suited for testing and caring for COVID patients.
Keeping Patients and Staff Safe From Disease
Richard Huff, NREMT-B 04/01/2021
A New Jersey department onboards a new disinfection system for its ambulance fleet.
Product Showcase: Vehicles & Safety
EMS World Staff 03/29/2021
A showcase of companies offering the latest in vehicle design, cleaning systems, and accessories with safety in mind.
U.S. Embassy in Latvia Donates EpiShuttles to State EMS
The units will be deployed in ground ambulance services to transport critically ill COVID patients.
UCHealth Develops COVID Mass-Vaccination Playbook
James Careless 03/26/2021
Planning a major drive-through site? Learn from a system that’s done it.
In Ore. Senior Facilities, COVID Persists Even After Vaccines
At least 15 nursing, assisted living, and memory care homes have seen coronavirus outbreaks weeks after residents and staff were offered shots.
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