Public officials have long suggested the Covid-19 epidemic will end when America reaches so-called "herd immunity"—but now, with a sizable fraction of U.S. residents saying they won't get vaccinated, some experts now worry herd immunity is impossible. Here's what that could mean for the epidemic's future.
President Biden on Wednesday during remarks at the White House called on all employers in the United States to give their employees paid time off to get vaccinated, as the United States met the president's goal of administering 200 million Covid-19 vaccine doses within his first 100 days in office.
The global health care sector is responsible for 4.4% of net emissions—and in the United States, health care drives a full 10% of all national greenhouse gas emissions. Here are four strategies hospitals should consider to cut that carbon footprint, according to Advisory Board's Lauren Robinson.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy (R) on Friday announced that, beginning on June 1, Alaska will offer Covid-19 vaccines to tourists to help boost tourism in the state, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Alaska, the District of Columbia, and Florida.
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