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The United States has failed to follow many of the best practices in health and crisis communication during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, given that the virus continues to spread, there is still an opportunity to use evidence-based practices moving forward Read More
CDC Recommendations for Holidays The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has offered guidance for individuals and families preparing to celebrate fall and winter holidays.  This guidance is meant to supplement – not replace – any state, local, or other Read More
What Healthcare Professionals Need to Know about COVID-19 Vaccination Plans The CDC released this publication, which discusses “Operation Warp Speed”, the global race to produce a successful COVID-19 vaccination. With the likelihood of a vaccine being produced by the end Read More
Testing & School Reopening Authors of a New England Journal of Medicine perspective this week propose that making routine Covid-19 testing available in schools should be a top national response priority, and they critique the lack of inclusion of testing Read More
Misinformation on Social Media This month, the American Journal of Public Health published a special issue on health misinformation on social media. Below are just a few highlights from the issue: Five evidence-based recommendations for government and public health organizations Read More
Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution Recommendations Friday, the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) issued the final version of its Framework for Equitable Allocation of Covid-19 Vaccine. Recognizing that once a vaccine is approved (in some form or another), demand Read More

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