Health

California Labor & Workforce Development Agency Launches New Employer Portal for COVID-19 Industry Guidance

New portal serves as a central hub of workplace information for employers during the pandemic SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California Labor & Workforce Development Agency (LWDA) recently launched a new Employer Portal, a one-stop hub for California employers to quickly find up-to-date state and local county COVID-19 guidance by business industry. The portal can be accessed…

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EPA Approves Chemical ‘Air Treatment’ Against COVID, Despite Known Health Hazards

By Children’s Health Defense Team In mid-January, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved requests from two southern states (Georgia and Tennessee) asking for an emergency exemption that would allow them to aerosolize selected indoor spaces with an antiviral “air treatment” called Grignard Pure. Grignard Pure is a nanoparticle-based product. Its active ingredient is a substance called triethylene glycol (TEG).…

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One-Third of Deaths Reported to CDC After COVID Vaccines Occurred Within 48 Hours of Vaccination

By Children’s Health Defense Team According to new data released today, as of Feb. 12, 15,923 adverse reactions to COVID vaccines, including 929 deaths, have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) since Dec. 14, 2020. VAERS is the primary mechanism in the U.S. for reporting adverse vaccine reactions.…

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SoCal: COVID 19 Testing Is Coming to a Black Church Near You

  By Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey‌ ‌|‌ ‌California‌ ‌Black‌ ‌Media‌ The Tabernacle Community Development Corporation (TCDC) in partnership with the Los Angeles County Health Services has launched a new program to expand access to free community-based COVID-19 testing in the Black community. TCDC is setting in motion its effort in some areas of Los Angeles County…

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California Joins President Biden in Responding to COVID-19 Pandemic by Announcing Special Enrollment to Help People Get Insurance

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — On the heels of an announcement by President Biden, Covered California said on Thursday that it would establish a special-enrollment period to give people more opportunities to sign up for health care coverage as the country continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recession. The move comes after the president established…

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The Tuskegee Experiment and The Covid-19 Vaccine

Photo credit CDC   By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint As we rapidly approach the availability of three vaccines to deal with the Covid-19 virus, the topic at hand becomes,  who will get the vaccine first and whether or not those designated as being of greatest risk will actually…

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Jetdoc And Rick Ross Announce Strategic Partnership

ATLANTA-PRNewswire–Jetdoc, a revolutionary digital healthcare platform that connects you with a licensed healthcare professional in minutes, today announced a strategic partnership with hip-hop superstar and entrepreneur William Leonard Roberts II, known professionally as Rick Ross, to sign on as a spokesperson, investor and advisor. In his new role with Jetdoc, Rick Ross will appear in creative campaigns, digital and television…

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State’s Top Doc Burke-Harris to Lead Advisory Team as African Americans Raise COVID-19 Vaccine Concerns

By Quinci LeGardye | California Black Media  Nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic, three vaccine trials have yielded promising results, and the first round of Americans could begin to receive shots as early as mid-December. Last week, the California Department of Public Health announced that California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke-Harris will chair the state’s…

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New York Lawyers Recommend Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations

New York Bar Association rejects religious, philosophical, or personal reason COVID-19 vaccination exemptions By Robert Carlson, MD The New York State Bar Association passed a resolution urging the state to consider enforcing mandatory COVID-19 vaccination, even if people object for “religious, philosophical or personal reasons.” Mary Beth Morrissey, chair of the New York Bar association’s Health…

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