If you feel like you might be about to run full-steam into a “pandemic wall” – physically, mentally, nutritionally and spiritually – you are not alone.
There are several actions we can all take to get through the last leg of the COVID-19 race and avoid hitting the pandemic wall.
EM/ES organizations have peer groups who have helped each other draw up and initiate plans related to tackling COVID-19 problems. Banding together with other profession organizations helps to ensure a common reopening strategy.
COVID-19 and influenza are both contagions with key similarities. Both are viruses (not bacteria) that first infect lung tissue.
As we begin to emerge from the horrific COVID-19 pandemic, also set to emerge soon are some trillions of periodic cicadas, offspring of the last invasion of the nasty-looking bugs in 2004.
Typical spring break revelry during a pandemic can lead to “countless more Americans getting infected as coronavirus variants threaten to outpace vaccinations.”
As a moderately healthy middle-aged man, I knew I would be one of the last to receive the vaccine, but I was curious who was going to call first, my civilian doctor or Veterans Affairs.
COVID-19 Vaccinations: To effectively and quickly vaccinate a community twice, the number of personnel should be in the 100s.