Tag Archives: COVID19

Tips for Maintaining Sound Mental Health During COVID-19

Tips for Maintaining Sound Mental Health During COVID-19 Tips for Maintaining Sound Mental Health During COVID-19 : You’d be hard-pressed to find someone on whom the COVID-19 pandemic has not taken a tremendous toll. From working to socializing to shopping, this ongoing crisis has reshaped the way many of us go about our daily lives. Furthermore,… Read More »

Trump knew testing Covid-19 vaccines would take months, Woodward book shows

Trump also suggests that’s why he initially pushed so hard for the use of the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, because the malaria drug had already been tested and approved for other uses. “Well, we’re doing great on vaccines,” Woodward quotes Trump as saying in his latest book, “Rage.” “The problem with a vaccine is a vaccine… Read More »

VCI member orgs plan verifiable COVID-19 vaccine credentials next month

The 300-plus members of the Vaccination Credential Initiative announced earlier this month that the verifiable, interoperable vaccination record technology they’ve been working on since January should be generally available in May. WHY IT MATTERS“Effective vaccination credentials – don’t call them vaccine passports – depend on an equitable and privacy-preserving approach to verifiable data sharing –… Read More »

Demand for mental health and suicide prevention services soars during Covid-19 pandemic

Demand for mental health supports and suicide prevention services have soared across Ireland during the 13-month Covid-19 pandemic.  he revelation from Ireland’s first Professor of Public Mental Health, Prof Ella Arensman, has verified mounting anecdotal concerns that the pandemic is having a significant mental health impact through extended isolation, lack of social interaction, financial stress… Read More »

WHO report on COVID-19 origin inconclusive, calls for further studies

The World Health Organization (WHO) released its report on the origins of the coronavirus Tuesday, with the research team listing introduction through an intermediary host followed by zoonotic transmission as “likely to very likely” the root of initial spread, and introduction through a laboratory incident as “extremely unlikely.” In the introduction through an intermediary host… Read More »