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Engagement vendor helps Sierra Pacific wrangle patients in for vaccines

COVID-19 effectively eliminated a good portion of the business of Sierra Pacific Orthopedics in Fresno, California, both at the beginning of the pandemic and again when California eliminated elective procedures in November 2020. THE PROBLEM Keeping patients safe became a matter of survival for the practice, so it was engaged in COVID-19 mitigation efforts from… Read More »

Mixing COVID-19 vaccines could be making the best ‘of a bad situation’

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canada With AstraZeneca delays, and 36 million doses of Pfizer and Moderna scheduled to come, mixing for potentially hundreds of thousands of people may become unavoidable Author of the article: Sharon Kirkey Publishing date: May 05, 2021  •  2 days ago  •  5 minute read  •  35 Comments A Peel Region… Read More »

Weekly Health Quiz: Vaccines, Aging and Obesity

1 Certain vaccines can make you more susceptible to severe infection rather than less through a process known as: Antibody-dependent enhancement Experts have warned about the problematic history of coronavirus vaccines and their propensity to produce antibody‐dependent enhancement (ADE), which could make vaccinated individuals more susceptible to severe infection by SARS-CoV-2 or its variants. Learn… 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 »

COVID-19 vaccines are being developed at record pace. And that’s a serious concern

Article content continued Part of the problem is that the science keeps shifting, evolving. Is COVID airborne or not? What’s the size of a particle, a droplet? “Should you be six feet away, should it be three feet, should it be 2,000,” Johnson said. “It’s not wrong, it just looks like science doesn’t know.” Safety,… Read More »