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This week has seen significant decreases from peak case and fatality rates in much of the world, although in terms of countries, there are still 66 countries of various sizes where daily case counts continue to increase.
The big news this week is that with the notable exception of the coastal Northeast area most states in the United States as well as most countries around the world are announcing plans for removing or reducing certain restrictions on their populations.
Currently, we are in a transition period as various governments around the world wrestle with the details of removing restrictions on the economy without allowing a resurgence of cases.
This week has been the institution of highly recommended or legally enforceable strict social distancing across much of the US.
Podcast regarding COVID-19 and its risk to millennials and older adults.
If your company has not instituted a broad work-from-home policy and does not know where to start, our medical director and in-house pandemic expert, Dr. Bill Lang, has put together a step-by-step guide on social distancing measures to implement in an office setting.
We are all feeling the impact of COVID-19 but what does social distancing actually mean and why is it so important to take it to heart?
Join WorldClinic’s CEO, Dr. Dan Carlin, and Medical Director, Dr. Bill Lang for a live complimentary webinar all about COVID-19 and its implications.
As you have seen, heard, and read in the media, the number of active cases of COVID-19 is growing every day across the nation. The team at WorldClinic is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic’s ever-changing landscape.
Listen to Dr. Lang on Chris Carlin’s show on Apple Podcast or Spotify Podcast.
This is an updated overview of information that provides a general risk assessment and recommended actions for consideration in response to the current outbreak.
This updated addendum to our COVID-19 overview provides risk assessment, and recommended actions for organizations to consider in response to the current outbreak