LANSING — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and District No. 10 Health Department have withdrawn their public health advisory on masking in indoor public places. According to a press release from DHD #10, Michigan has entered the post-surge recovery phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cases and hospitalizationsRead More →

Aesthetic medicine practices are booming in the United States. While both surgical and non-surgical procedures include aesthetic practice, non-surgical and minimally invasive options have grown in popularity during the pandemic as consumers have recognized the value of looking after overall health and wellness, especially as more time was spent inRead More →

ROCKINGHAM — With the threat of inclement weather, the Richmond County Health Department announced it will not be conducting drive-through COVID testing on Friday. Testing will be halted both behind the Rockingham Health Department and in the parking lot of Cole Auditorium in Hamlet. Saturday schedules will be determined later,Read More →

Third Party Risk Management, Business Continuity Management/Disaster Recovery, Critical Infrastructure Security Meanwhile, a Florida specialty pharmacy faces lawsuits over a hack Marianne Kolbasuk McGee (HealthInfoSec) • January 13, 2022 The Maryland Department of Health is still dealing with some IT service outages following a ransomware attack in December. Maryland officialsRead More →

PARK FALLS – Rates of COVID-19 cases in the region have been on the rise since mid-summer and with higher rates since early fall, according to the county health and social services department by Price. The county has reported an increase in positive cases every week since July 26, whenRead More →

The Forsyth County Public Health Department began distributing the anti-overdose drug Naloxone upon receipt, in response to the growing number of opioid overdoses locally and nationally. “There are no questions asked. If people need more than one, they can get more than one, ”said Amanda Clark, health and addictions educatorRead More →

BLUEFIELD, WV (WVNS) – State officials visited the Mercer County Department of Health after mistakenly administering the wrong dose for a Moderna COVID-19 booster. Administrator Roger Topping, said the health department had missed information requiring booster shots for the Moderna vaccine to be given in half doses and instead ofRead More →

Through Daily news staff | to 06 November 2021 Submitted by the Mid-Michigan District Health Department STANTON – The Mid-Michigan District Health Department (MMDHD) is now scheduling Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination appointments for children ages 5 to 11 after Tuesday’s announcement that the Food and Drug Administration granted an authorization forRead More →

CHARLESTON, Va. (WV News) – The Mercer County health department has temporarily halted administration of the COVID-19 vaccine after a recent dosing error, state officials confirmed on Friday. State health worker Dr Ayne Amjad explained at Governor Jim Justice’s COVID press conference on Friday that the Department of Health hadRead More →