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How Covid Changed Business Travel Forever

Zoom meetings have fundamentally altered how and why people hit the road for work. Now “bleisure” and “return to base” are corporate travel buzzwords in the new normal. .ust over two years ago, Romano Nickerson was traveling three days or more per week for client meetings and attending four conferences a year. But his road-warrior … Read more

National Guard assistance at West Virginia health care facilities to end Friday | State Journal News

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Social Determinants of Health and COVID-19 Mortality

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected racial and ethnic minorities. While this unfortunately aligns with health inequities that have historically plagued these populations, one study sought to understand how structural factors are correlated with COVID-19 mortality across racial and ethnic groups. The investigators wrote, “Evidence shows that social determinants of health (SDOH), the structural conditions … Read more

The Film & TV Charity Produces Study On Mental Health Post Pandemic In The Industry

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – MARCH 29: A camera crew prepare to film a scene on the streets of Sydney during … [+] production of the film sequel Mask II March 29, 2004 in Sydney, Australia. Major streets were shut down in the city’s CBD for a scene involving the Mask being chased by his enemies. (Photo … Read more

A Call to Address Health Inequities Now, Before Next Pandemic

March 4, 2022 — With new cases of COVID-19 continuing to fall, this could be the time to focus on making sure everyone has equal access to vaccines and other drugs before the next public health emergency. The coronavirus pandemic, now in its third year, saw major issues develop around equal access to diagnosis, care, … Read more

Travel: Industry demands end to COVID-19 border testing

Medical professionals and industry groups are calling on Ottawa to end all COVID-19 border testing requirements as the travel sector struggles to recover two years into the pandemic. Rule changes, including removal of the requirement that fully vaccinated Canadian travellers take a pre-departure COVID-19 molecular test, took effect Monday. Rapid antigen tests administered by a … Read more

Coronavirus: Canadian embraces travel as restrictions relax

Lisa Zeltzer watched COVID-19 case numbers rise through the winter and worried the March trip she’d booked to New York City — a vacation her theater-loving son has been waiting to take for two years — would be cancelled. As the Omicron wave began subsiding last month, and as the federal government loosened border measures … Read more

Utah Department of Health reports 8 more coronavirus deaths, as case counts continue to fall

Hospitalizations and intensive-care occupancy rates also are declining. (Chris Samuels | The Salt Lake Tribune) Heath care workers administer coronavirus testing in the parking lot of the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Friday, Feb. 18, 2022. This site, along with several other mass testing centers in the state, ceased operation on Feb. 18. | … Read more

Don’t Dam The Telehealth Flood

“Several pieces of legislation are pending that would permanently loosen restrictions on telehealth … [+] and ensure that healthcare providers are paid adequately for providing virtual care,” writes Sally Pipes. getty To say that Americans are anxiously awaiting the end of the COVID-19 pandemic would be an understatement. But for patients who have enjoyed the … Read more

Health events amongst pregnant females after COVID-19 vaccination

In a recent study posted to the medRxiv* preprint server, researchers evidenced that messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA)-based coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines are safe in pregnancy, with lower rates of significant adverse event following immunization (AEFIs) in pregnant women than non-pregnant females. Study: Safety of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy: a Canadian National Vaccine Safety (CANVAS) … Read more