With the rise in Covid cases across the country from the Delta variant and potentially new threats of variants in the future, it’s all too easy to feel helpless and powerless at fighting against this pandemic. And while we’re not in total control of the future, there are simple, easy, and often overlooked ways where we can actually help. Check out these four tips that you can implement today in preventing the spread of Covid and staying safe.
For over a year and a half now, healthcare professionals have been working on the frontlines of this pandemic, faithfully tending to infected patients. Even with the rise of new variants and new findings, the healthcare industry has remained steady and constant in its care for those who need it. Here are three ways healthcare professionals have been and still are heroes to society:
Those who choose to make a career out of medicine usually do so because they want to make an impact. Nurses, techs, and other medical professionals have made a life of caring for others, and this sacrificial nature just can’t be taught. But with the added restrictions, requirements, and general stress of COVID-19, we can often come home exhausted, forgetting why we chose healthcare in the first place. That’s why we’ve compiled a few TED Talks to inspire you and give you some fresh perspective.
2020 was as unpredictable as they come. And let’s face it: the upcoming year could hold equal uncertainty. But despite our hesitation to make predictions, there’s no doubt that some clear trends have emerged in the healthcare sphere. As we step tentatively into 2021, we can expect the following healthcare industry trends to unfold.
The current health crisis has undoubtedly created numerous challenges for medical clinics, offices, and hospitals, especially when it comes to staffing. Help is hard to come by, causing medical facilities to offer double the normal rate to support the growing number of COVID cases.
It’s more important now than ever to get a flu shot. With the COVID-19 pandemic showing no signs of stopping, and with winter on its way, we have to take all precautions to keep ourselves and our families safe this flu season. Here are 3 good reasons to get a flu shot in 2020.