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Hawaii will expand vaccination exception travel program

Nicole Pasia | Jul 2, 2021 | Hawaii

5 Things Texas: Health policy priorities, Keynote conversations, ACA subsidy expansion

| Mar 2, 2021 | Texas

Our upcoming 2021 State of Reform Federal Health Policy Conference is the first event we've focused on at the national level. This week, we announced the Chairman of the powerful Senate Finance Committee, US Sen. Ron Wyden, will keynote the event. This will be perhaps the single best way to interact...[ Read More ]

GoVAX uses sound truck to spread info in Prince George's neighborhoods

| Feb 19, 2021 | Maryland

A sound truck will make its way through Prince George’s County neighborhoods starting Saturday in an effort to reach those who have been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The outreach is part of Maryland Department of Health’s efforts to encourage individuals to get vaccinated.     The mobile public...[ Read More ]

Hospitals distribute 536,796 doses so far

| Feb 11, 2021

Virginia hospitals have administered 536,796 doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines since mid-December — with more than 101,000 shots given in the last week, according to the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association. The number of doses increased 23% since the week prior.     The association is tracking...[ Read More ]

Rural communities still struggling to get vaccines

| Feb 10, 2021

In an emotional testimony to House Committee on Health, Rep. Michael Wray shared how the vaccination process is impacting rural North Carolinians. To him, it’s personal. A family member came down with coronavirus, a situation that was difficult for him and his relatives. “[The virus] is pretty emotional for a...[ Read More ]

Hospitals distributed over 118,000 vax doses last week

| Feb 3, 2021

Over the past week, Virginia hospitals have administered more than 118,000 COVID-19 doses, a 37% bump from the total of 317,000 total doses distributed this time last week, according to the Virginia Hospital &. Healthcare Association.     The commonwealth receives approximately 100,000 doses per week, but the Biden Administration...[ Read More ]

Senate Vaccine Oversight Workgroup questions Schrader over slow vax rollout

Shawna De La Rosa | Jan 27, 2021 | Maryland

Members of the Senate Vaccine Oversight Workgroup expressed frustration with the state’s sluggish vaccine rollout in a meeting earlier this week. The state opened up eligibiity to those in group 1C Monday, which created more demand for the vaccine than there is supply.     “There is nothing more important...[ Read More ]