Covid-19 cases are surging in many parts of the United States due to the delta variant, so what do experts believe is safe to do this summer? STAT News spoke to 28 infectious disease specialists to see what their plans are.
Even as more hospital systems around the country enact Covid-19 vaccine requirements for their employees, some nurses still refuse to get vaccinated—choosing instead to resign or be fired, Meagan Flynn reports for the Washington Post.
As Covid-19 cases surge, some hospitals are once again delaying elective surgeries. But based on their experiences postponing surgeries last year, they're now being more selective about what procedures they're deeming "elective." And they should be—see why, according to Advisory Board experts.
The Biden administration on Wednesday said Covid-19 booster shots will be necessary "to maximize vaccine-induced protection and prolong its durability." Here's when those who received an mRNA vaccine should expect to get booster shots—and what the future might hold for those who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
"Whether dealing with employees who are working in the office, remotely, or on a hybrid schedule," managers should avoid making these five key mistakes as offices begin to reopen, Tsedal Neeley writes for the Wall Street Journal.
The National Park Service on Monday reinstated a mask mandate for all visitors and employees in buildings and crowded outdoor spaces, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Kentucky, and Nevada.
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