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CDC eases summer camp masking guidance for vaccinated campers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated guidelines for summer camps on Friday, recommending that vaccinated campers don’t need to wear masks. “For camps where everyone is fully vaccinated prior to the start of camp, it is safe to return to full capacity, without masking, and without physical distancing… except where required by federal,… Read More »

COVID study uncovers a surprise: Health workers may be at less risk than others

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canada Even unvaccinated health workers had a lower rate of lab-confirmed cases than the overall community – 1.33 per 10,000 person-days versus 1.96, researchers concluded Author of the article: Tom Blackwell Publishing date: May 27, 2021  •  6 hours ago  •  5 minute read  •  52 Comments “We’re just not seeing… Read More »

‘Why we must do everything we can to guard against airborne particles of Covid’

As time goes on we are learning more and more about the transmission of coronavirus, especially in airborne particles – basically by breathing in the virus from the air. When we do that we’re inhaling “aerosols”. Distance is important here and inhalation of virus particles is most likely to happen when we’re close to someone… Read More »

Cleveland Clinic fills new role: Executive Director of Innovations

Cleveland Clinic on Wednesday announced that it has tapped one of its leading biomedical thinkers to lead its innovation program. WHY IT MATTERAs the inaugural Executive Director of Cleveland Clinic Innovations, D. Geoffrey “Geoff” Vince, Ph.D, will be tasked with aligning the health system’s technology development strategies with emerging scientific and research priorities, officials said.… Read More »