The COVID-19 vaccine is your best defense against the virus, but when and where should you continue to wear a mask? Rush infectious disease expert Michael Lin, MD, answers questions about wearing a mask post-vaccination.
Tag: COVID-19 safety
Safety Considerations for Visiting Primary Care Doctors
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many people with chronic health conditions relying on telemedicine rather than seeing their doctor in person when necessary or putting off important visits entirely because they fear being infected.
Ann M. Nguyen, an assistant research professor at Rutgers Center for State Health Policy at the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research, who recently published a paper on safety measures at physician offices, discusses what people should know about visiting their doctor and why putting off appointments that need to be done in person could lead to other health problems.
Rutgers Experts Available to Discuss Not Downplaying COVID-19
Rutgers medical experts are available to discuss the need to continue following COVID-19 guidelines despite President Trump’s discharge from the hospital, saying most people don’t receive the same intensity of medical treatments as the nation’s executive leader. “The evidence supporting…
Center Awarded OSHA Susan Harwood Training Program Grant
The Rutgers School of Public Health’s Center for Public Health Workforce Development has received the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration Susan Harwood Training Program Grant for the eleventh consecutive year.