Understanding Which Coronavirus Vaccine Priority Group You Fall In.

I know a lot of people aren’t sure if they are going to receive the coronavirus vaccine, but I researched some information from (AARP) who’s source is the (CDC.) People age 75 and older and frontline essential workers, including police officers, firefighters, teachers, grocery store staff and U.S. Postal Service employees, should be next inContinue reading “Understanding Which Coronavirus Vaccine Priority Group You Fall In.”

How Is The Middle Handling Covid-19

What is considered the middle? Everyone’s talking about saving America’s middle class. But just who exactly falls into this group? That’s actually a much more difficult question to answer than it seems. While some experts define the middle class by income, others define it by lifestyle. Still others say it’s a state of mind. Let’sContinue reading “How Is The Middle Handling Covid-19”

Can Coronavirus Affect Your Pregnancy?

Pregnancy is an exciting — and stressful — time. Your mind races with a zillion questions and concerns ranging from mild (but not silly — there are no silly questions when you’re pregnant) to very serious. A common question is how illness affects the baby while you’re pregnant. You should always let your doctor knowContinue reading “Can Coronavirus Affect Your Pregnancy?”

How to Vote Safely in Person This November 3rd.

This has left voters with many questions about how best to cast their ballot on November 3, including how they can vote safely if they choose to do it in person. First, assess the risks Dr. Anne Monroe, MSPH, an associate research professor of epidemiology at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at TheContinue reading “How to Vote Safely in Person This November 3rd.”

Houston hospitals turning away patients as coronavirus overwhelms ERs | The Texas Tribune

The busiest hospitals in Houston are increasingly telling emergency responders they cannot safely accept new patients as hundreds of coronavirus patients crowd emergency rooms, and hospitals scramble to open more intensive care space. — Read on http://www.texastribune.org/2020/07/10/houston-coronavirus-emergency-rooms/