The White House released a report early Thursday morning on the implications of vaccination requirements in the US, asserting that millions of Americans will get a shot in the arm as vaccines are mandated.
The report, released before President Joe Biden’s trip to Chicago, meets leaders who have implemented vaccination requirements in the public and private sectors, analyzing health care systems, educational institutions, public sector agencies and private businesses. It has found that businesses that establish vaccine requirements have more than 90% of their total vaccinated workers. Nationwide, 63% of adults aged 18-64 are fully vaccinated.
“Without vaccination requirements, we face endless distractions in our hospitals, further damaging effects on our economy and anxiety in our schools,” the report states. According to a White House analysis, the vaccine requirements have broad public support and can help boost the economy by bringing in workers.
But several Republican-led states remain determined to oppose such requirements, going as far as punishing areas that seek to include such directives.
The White House report follows From mid-September, Biden’s mandate that all employers with 100 or more workers must make vaccines mandatory or use the Kovid-19 test once a week. Some major American companies with vaccine orders, including Disney and United Airlines.
The report states that vaccination requirements cover 25% of businesses, 40% of hospitals, and colleges and universities serving 37% of undergraduates and undergraduates nationwide. Thousands of businesses are expected to impose requirements in the coming weeks.
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ನ್ಯೂಯಾರ್ಕ್ In New York, vaccination orders for all hospital and nursing home workers statewide will be extended to home care and hospice employees Thursday.
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Today’s Numbers: According to Johns Hopkins University data, the US recorded more than 44 million cases of COVID-19 cases and more than 707,000 deaths. Global Amount: More than 236 million cases and 4.8 million deaths. More than 186 million Americans – 56.1% of the population – have been vaccinated completely, according to the CDC.
ಏನು What we are reading: Schools and parents are still burdened with COVID-19 cases, contact detection and quarantine. In some cases remote learning has returned. In others, children sit at home without work. Unlike last year, most classrooms are open, but they are constantly in the midst of changing health recommendations and frequent quarrels over masks. When will school be normal again? Many teachers, parents and students look at health barriers and say: never. Read more here.
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Some miss. Children’s hospitals have increased as schools have abandoned the mask order
As coronavirus cases diminish in Mississippi schools, doctors warn that COVID-19-infected children are still filling the state’s only children’s hospital because some schools are repeating masked requirements.
According to a Tuesday report from the Department of Health, 73 to 740 schools in 82 counties in Mississippi have seen more than 800 new Covid-19 cases in Mississippi students.
Some Mississippi schools are beginning to loosen up mask orders because community cases are starting to decrease. The Mississippi chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics wrote Thursday a memo to school leaders and parents that wearing a mask is essential in schools to reduce Covid-19 transmission.
“Acute Covidi hospital admissions are on the rise again, and time is running out as schools drop mask requirements,” Charlotte Hobbs, MD, professor of pediatric MD and pediatric epidemiology, said in a memo.
– Sarah Hasselhorst, The Clarion Ledger
Biden will spend another $ 1 billion to increase COVID-19 tests at home
The Biden administration on Wednesday announced a new $ 1 billion investment in home coronavirus tests, which will quadruple the nation’s supply of rapid tests by early December, officials said.
White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Jeff ients said the administration has received a commitment from the test manufacturer to complete 200 million home inspections every month.
Last month, the Biden administration announced it would spend about $ 2 billion to buy 280 million coronavirus home inspections to serve long-term care facilities, community testing sites, homeless shelters, prisons, prisons and other centers serving vulnerable populations.
On Monday, the Food and Drug Administration authorized ACON Laboratories’ Floflex COVID-19 Home Test, which adds tens of millions of home tests in a matter of weeks, according to an FDA official.
– Ken Altaker,
A woman who died after a J&J vaccine opposed the vaccine
The 37-year-old woman died on September 7 from a rare and severe condition that caused a blood clot with the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
According to her autopsy, Jessica Berg Wilson, mother of two children, opposed the Kovid-19 vaccine. In the last weeks of her life, it reads, “The world is darkened with heavy vaccine orders.” “Local and state governments have decided to forfeit her right to consult her wisdom and enjoy her independence.”
The other three deaths from a blood clot are listed nationally. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention paused to investigate the J&J vaccine in the spring, but eventually eliminated the break and soon resumed vaccine use.
Contribution: Associated Press