Join the Dialogue

Global Health Update

Global Health Update

A new variant has taken center stage and predictably, mainstream news organizations are saying this is the “most infectious variant ever seen.”

Holiday Season Health Update

Holiday Season Health Update

We are at a very different place heading into the holiday season than we were last year, and with some forethought and precautions, we all can have a good end of the year.

COVID and Flu Season Update

COVID and Flu Season Update

The impact of COVID continues to decline with 80% of US counties in the CDC “Green” level and only just over 2% remaining in the “Red” level.

COVID and Flu Season

COVID and Flu Season

Today is the first full day of fall, which is also the typical beginning of cold and flu season, and potentially COVID resurgence season.

Brief COVID Update

Brief COVID Update

The FDA formally authorized (EUA) updated COVID-19 boosters this week. We recommend that anyone who is eligible for this booster should get it.

Brief COVID Update

Brief COVID Update

Case counts remain relatively flat in US, although there may be indications of beginning of a slight downward trend.

Second Booster Shot

Second Booster Shot

This week, the FDA and CDC updated their authorization and guidelines to allow certain individuals to be eligible for another mRNA booster.

The Omicron Variant

The Omicron Variant

Late last week, following data from South Africa, a new variant was rapidly displacing Delta as the primary COVID-19 variant in circulation.

COVID-19 Epidemiology and Vaccines

COVID-19 Epidemiology and Vaccines

The Director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention signed off on the recommendation for Pfizer COVID vaccination for children ages 5 to 11.

Weekly Update & Holiday Travel

Weekly Update & Holiday Travel

Year-end holidays are traditionally times when people travel distances to reunite friends and families, or even have simple parties to celebrate the milestones of another year. What we have learned over the past few months is that these types of events are exactly what fuels COVID-19 outbreaks and even spread as people take infections back with them when they go home.