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This episode discusses two MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first report describes differences in access to full-time, in-person instruction across racial and ethnic groups in K-12 schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. The second highlights how portable, high-efficiency particulate air cleaners may help reduce exposure to COVID-19 in indoor environments.…
 
This episode discusses four MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first two reports describe vaccination coverage and intent among adults. Another report shows that workplace investigations of COVID-19 outbreaks can help identify employee cases and contacts. The last report highlights that over half of surveyed public health workers reported depression, anxie…
 
This episode discusses six MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first report highlights how COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths declined among older adults, likely due to higher vaccination in this age group. The second report describes declines in routine child and adolescent vaccinations during the COVID-19 pandemic. The third report describes COV…
 
This episode discusses four MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first report details the importance of COVID-19 vaccination for adolescents and mask use for those not yet vaccinated. Another report describes excess deaths in patients with end-stage renal disease during the early months of COVID-19. The third report focuses on how people living with severe H…
 
This episode discusses three MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first report describes COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough cases reported to CDC. Another report shows that disparities in vaccination coverage increased as more people became eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. The third examines innovative approaches to the routine care of HIV patients during the COVI…
 
This episode discusses four MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first report describes how COVID-19 vaccination rates in rural counties were lower compared with urban counties. The second report highlights how child care facilities in Washington, DC, were able to reduce COVID-19 spread by using a combination of prevention measures. A third report underscore…
 
This episode discusses five MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first report provides more evidence that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are effective in real-world conditions. The second report describes how nearly 80% of people 65 years and older received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The third report describes the Advisory Committee on Immunization Pract…
 
Dr. Ron Louie, a clinical professor in Pediatrics Hematology-Oncology at the University of Washington in Seattle, and Sarah Gregory discuss his poem, "Isolation Cocoon, May 2020-After Zhuangzi's Butterfly Dream," which was inspired by the early events of the COVID pandemic.By CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
 
This episode discusses seven MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first report provides an update on the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommendations for Johnson & Johnson's Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. The next two reports are about safety monitoring of the Janssen vaccine. Next is a report on an evaluation of the benefits of mRNA COVID-19 vacc…
 
This episode discusses five MMWR COVID-19 reports. Two reports show that COVID-19 vaccination was effective in preventing illness among residents and staff in skilled nursing facilities. Another is about post-COVID conditions among adults with COVID-19 who did not require a hospital stay. The fourth highlights how Alaska's testing and quarantine re…
 
This episode discusses six MMWR COVID-19 reports. One describes how leaving the middle seat vacant on airplanes could reduce exposure to COVID-19. Two describe higher proportions of emergency department visits and hospitalizations among people from racial and ethnic minority groups. The fourth report shows that U.S. emergency department visits duri…
 
This episode discusses six MMWR COVID-19 reports. One report describes an indoor bar opening event that led to a COVID-19 outbreak in a rural Illinois community. Another details how participation in a free, in-school testing program at a Utah elementary school was higher among students identifying as Hispanic or Latino, or as from a racial minority…
 
This episode discusses four MMWR COVID-19 reports. One report describes how the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color changed during the pandemic. The second report highlights a CDC HIV program in Nigeria that increased the number people living with HIV who began receiving treatment. Another report describes the current status of the Global TB…
 
This episode discusses nine MMWR COVID-19 reports. Three reports look at COVID-19 vaccination, including real-world effectiveness of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, vaccine series completion, and vaccination coverage in communities with high levels of social vulnerability. Three reports show how the pandemic has affected schools' operations, …
 
This episode discusses three MMWR COVID-19 reports. The first one presents the link between elevated body mass index and the risk for severe COVID-19 illness, especially for people younger than 65. Another report describes how the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected racial and ethnic minority groups in the United States. The last repo…
 
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