COVID-19

How to Find Your Vaccine History—and Store It Safely

If you want to update an incomplete IIS record, you can request immunization records from previous health care providers, local (city or state) health departments, or your state health department. The CDC recommends checking with parents or caregivers (including checking saved files and baby books), previous schools or employers (including the military), doctor’s offices or …

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How To Leverage Holiday Rewards As Year-Long Retention Tools

employee gifts khosrork – stock.adobe.com In today’s job market, top talent is in high demand and employee retention has become more important than ever. Although we’re in the middle of pumpkin spice season, now is the time for employers to solidify their winter vacation rewards strategy. With the right implementation, these rewards can pay off …

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Worried about catching Covid in the office? How to stay healthy

Workers are beginning to return to the office whether they like it or not. Many seem to share one glaring concern: Covid. A recent Gallup poll found that one in three US workers is “very” or “moderately” concerned about Covid exposure in the workplace. The results come as many companies — including Apple, Goldman Sachs, …

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It’s Serious But Here’s What Experts Advise

Long Covid is significantly different from symptoms of mental illness. (Representative) Depression, anxiety, worries about the pandemic and other sources of stress before contracting Covid-19 may increase the likelihood of developing persistent “long-distance” symptoms, a Harvard University study found. Mental stress prior to infection was associated with a higher risk of post-Covid illness, researchers at …

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COVID-19 pandemic is still ‘raging,’ experts say. How to stay safe heading into fall – National

The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over yet, experts are warning, and they say Canadians should continue to take precautions during the fall months to protect themselves and the healthcare system from the virus and other seasonal illnesses. Raywat Deonandan, an epidemiologist and associate professor at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Health Sciences, warns that the …

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