At 90%, Henry Ford Health System inches toward fully vaccinated workforce
Henry Ford Health System | Aug 27, 2021 | Michigan
Economic conditions in Hawaii are improving, thanks to a strong vaccine rollout locally and nationally, as well as the dominant U.S. visitor market outperforming expectations. According to a new forecast for the State of Hawaii from the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization (UHERO), total visitor arrivals will climb to
The University of Utah (U of U) Health's Wellness Bus is now supplying COVID-19 vaccines for underserved communities around Salt Lake County in partnership with Community Nursing Services (CNS), a local nursing group. The bus was originally a health screening and education unit serving the Salt Lake Valley
According to a press release by Gov. Mike Dunleavy, nearly one-in-three Alaskans have received their first shot while more than one-in-five are fully vaccinated. In Alaska, 247,146 people (32.9%) have received one dose and 184,031 people (24.7%) are fully vaccinated. In total the state has administered 431,982 total doses.
The Oregon Health Authority expanded the list of authorized individuals who can administer COVID-19 vaccines. The 30 newly authorized groups are health professionals and allied professionals who are licensed or trained or have an active license or training within the last five years. On March 11, the U.S
All4Oregon mass vaccine center is partnering with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to make it easier for older people to register for appointments at the Oregon Convention Center (OCC) in Portland. Lists curated through OHA’s, “Get Vaccinated Oregon” campaign are used to reach older populations and give them individual, non-sharable
Juneau, AK – Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy today announced effective immediately the COVID-19 vaccine is available for all individuals who live or work in Alaska and are age 16 and older, making Alaska the first state in the nation to remove eligibility requirements. “This historic step is yet another nationwide