Long Beach reports marginal increases in some COVID-19 metrics – Press Telegram

Long Beach’s coronavirus metrics remained relatively stable this week — with slight increases in certain categories — keeping the city in the low community transmission tier. Despite the small scale…

Dearborn residents Donald and Mary Kosch help fund Detroit Public TV’s New Center for Educational Media – Press and Guide

With the beginning of a new school year, Detroit Public Television and the Michigan Learning Channel are poised to expand their offerings to children and their parents from birth through…

Free COVID-19 tests available from MDHHS – The Oakland Press

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is announcing the availability of an additional 289,000 COVID-19 tests. The home tests are available through an expanded partnership with the Rockefeller…

The Student Voice Research Framework: Four Principles for Helping Researchers Navigate Biases and Assumptions to Democratize Schools and Deepen Social Justice Work | Teachers College Press

By: Marc Brasof and Joseph Levitan, editors, Student Voice Research: Theory, Methods, and Innovations From the Field Marc Brasof is an associate professor of education, director of secondary social studies…

Maine’s COVID hospitalizations decline – Portland Press Herald

The number of people hospitalized in Maine with COVID-19 declined by 13 patients on Friday and has fallen 7 percent in three days. There were 215 hospitalized patients statewide as…

The Bristol Press – Holistic expo draws healers, readers from all over

BRISTOL – Super food honey, healing stone jewelry, tarot readings and natural cosmetics: all could be found at the Passport to Health and Wellness Statewide Holistic Expo at the DoubleTree…

Former Bernie Sanders press secretary: US should ‘more holistically’ fight climate change

A podcast host and former national press secretary for Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersFormer Bernie Sanders press secretary: US should ‘more holistically’ fight climate change Gas prices lead to tensions within…

County thanks health care workers partners community on two year anniversary of pandemic | Press Releases | County Administrator’s Office

Santa Rosa, CA  –  March 16, 2022  –  The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors and public health leaders recognized the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic today by paying tribute…

Aspirus: Innovating to Address Health Care Workforce Challenges | Press Room

The state of Wisconsin is experiencing unprecedented vacancy rates in health care professions, according to Wisconsin Hospital Association’s (WHA’s) 2022 Health Care Workforce Report released today. The two main factors…

Press Briefing by White House COVID-19 Response Team and Public Health Officials

Via Teleconference 11:02 A.M. EST MR. ZIENTS:  Good morning.  And thanks for joining us.  Today, Dr. Walensky will provide an update on the state of the pandemic.  Dr. Fauci will…