The Pentagon booking will transition to the Bravo Health Protection condition effective immediately due to a significant decrease in COVID-19 cases and positive test cases in the National Capital Region over the past two weeks. Both Armed Forces Retirement Home campuses, in Washington, DC, and Gulfport, Mississippi, will transition toRead More →

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Today, Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) Secretary Jen Smith virtually joined State Representative Dan Miller, Prevention Point Pittsburgh, stakeholders and advocates to discuss the Illegal fentanyl in Allegheny County and throughout Pennsylvania, and the importance of harm reduction strategies. The virtual roundtable included information onRead More →

LANSING — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and District No. 10 Health Department have withdrawn their public health advisory on masking in indoor public places.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 →

SOUTHAMPTON’s largest hospital is seeing ‘unprecedented’ levels of demand despite a drop in emergency room admissions last month. Southampton University Hospital said it faced “significant pressure” with five hospital wards reserved for Covid patients. Now the Trust is urging residents to help the hospital by thinking about how best toRead More →

WILMINGTON — As the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations hit an all-time high, Clinton Memorial Hospital is once again at full capacity. Our beds are full with both patients who are being treated for COVID-19 and those who have other acute and chronic conditions that require immediate medical attention.Read 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 →