The delta variant's spread is forcing experts to revise how they believe the pandemic will continue to play out. Here's what leading experts think the next six months will look like—and how the pandemic will eventually come to an end, Michelle Fay Cortez reports for Bloomberg.
Following President Joe Biden's announcement of new vaccination rules for millions of workers across the country, many businesses are requesting clarification about the rules' requirements and how to implement them for their employees, Lauren Hirsch reports for the New York Times.
Nearly 30% of all Covid-19 cases last week occurred in children, according to data from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association—and one reason for the surge is that those under the age of 12 aren't eligible for vaccination. But that could change soon.
Surveys from the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions and Mercer highlight which health benefits have become the most important for employees, Tara Bannow reports for Modern Healthcare—as well as the one non-health related benefit that topped one survey's findings.
Ariela Marshall, a hematologist at Mayo Clinic, says that demands inherent to the medical profession—such as long work hours, a stressful work environment, and lack of sleep—put her fertility at risk. And according to multiple surveys of female health professionals, she's far from alone, Jacqueline Mroz writes for the New York Times.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said cities and counties requiring Covid-19 vaccination for their employees could potentially face "millions" in fines, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Florida, Illinois, and New York.
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