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First Identified Cases of SARS-CoV-2 Variant P.1 in the United States

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - This report describes the first two U.S. cases of the SARS-CoV-2 variant P.1, which were identified in...

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    New @CDCMMWR report looks at the first U.S. cases of a new variant detected among travelers returning home to Minnesota. As new variants emerge, it is important to take prevention steps, including postponing travel & wearing well-fitting masks. Learn more: https://t.co/OPVHI0RTun https://t.co/OPVHI0RTun

Community, Work, and School

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Actions that communities can take to slow the spread of...

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    Increased ventilation, along with wearing masks & staying at least 6ft from others, is important on buses & vans servicing schools & child care programs to reduce the spread of #COVID19. Open vehicle windows, if safe, to increase ventilation. More: https://t.co/EuSX3miaad. https://t.co/EuSX3miaad.

Rubella | Vaccination | CDC

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - The combination measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, which provides protection against all three diseases, is safe and effective and has been widely used in the United...

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    CDC recommends children get 2 doses of MMR vaccine to help protect against #rubella. Has the pandemic delayed routine visits to your child’s doctor? Make sure they haven’t missed their vaccination. Learn more about rubella vaccination: https://t.co/KbARU5SVgg. https://t.co/KbARU5SVgg.

SAGE Journals - Objective The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID) pandemic has highlighted preexisting health disparities, including food insecurity, in the deaf and...

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    #COVID19 has highlighted preexisting health disparities, including food insecurity, in people who are deaf and hard-of-hearing. Read #PublicHealthReports study of factors associated with food worry in this group. https://t.co/kQaqyBsdSj https://t.co/kQaqyBsdSj

Estimated SARS-CoV-2 Seroprevalence Among Persons Aged <18 Years ...

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - This report describes trends in SARS-CoV-2 antibody seroprevalence among young persons in Mississippi during the COVID-19...

Travel from the United Kingdom to the United States by a Symptomatic P

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - This report describes findings of a SARS-CoV-2 variant, B.1.17, identified first in the United Kingdom, now in...

COVID-19 and Your Health

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Symptoms, testing, what to do if sick, daily activities, and...

COVID Data Tracker

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - CDC’s home for COVID-19 data. Visualizations, graphs, and data in one easy-to-use...

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    Cases of #COVID19 are on the rise. As of March 1, the 7-day moving average of new cases is 66,010, a 3.5% increase from the previous week. Now is not the time to relax prevention measures. Wear a well-fitting mask. Stay 6 feet apart. Avoid crowds. More: https://t.co/YT7LKi6sF2. https://t.co/YT7LKi6sF2.

Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Conversations with Patients | CDC

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Techniques to help clinicians and pharmacists discuss COVID-19 vaccination with...

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    #HCPs: Talk to your patients about #COVID19 vaccines. Your strong recommendation is important, and your patients trust you as a source of vaccine information. Follow these tips for having effective conversations about vaccines: https://t.co/SsJdQrytcz. https://t.co/SsJdQrytcz.

SARS-CoV-2 Infection Risk Among Active Duty Military Members Deployed

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - This report describes rates of COVID-19 infection among U.S....