Tips to fight pandemic FOGO (fear of going out) and get back to life, according to psychologists

pandemic thanks largely to more anxiety and depressive disorders. But now, Covid-19 vaccinations are picking up — with nearly 44% of the U.S. population having at least one shot, and more than 30% fully vaccinated, according to the CDC. Businesses are opening back up and some people are even heading back to the office after… Continue reading Tips to fight pandemic FOGO (fear of going out) and get back to life, according to psychologists

U.S. Is In A Race Between Vaccines And Variants, Says Public Health Expert

A nurse administers a shot at a Covid-19 mass vaccination site at Martinsville speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia on March 12, 2021. - Community leaders, the heads of the Sovah Health hospital, and the speedway all came out to help and support the hospital nurses and the Virginia Department of Health in the mass vaccination campaign for this rural area in Virginia. The Virginia Department of Health said that vaccine distribution has been based on population and Covid-19 rates. But moving forward, the department said it is considering tweaks to ensure more geographical and racial equity in vaccine distribution. Health workers in the United States have administered more than 100 million Covid-19 vaccine doses, an official tracker showed on march 12. (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP) (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images)

COVID-19 vaccinations are on the rise in the U.S. — and so are coronavirus cases. After a plateau lasting several weeks, the number of cases is once again on the increase in parts of the country. New cases, test positivity rates and hospital admissions are creeping upward. An increase in daily COVID-19 deaths is likely… Continue reading U.S. Is In A Race Between Vaccines And Variants, Says Public Health Expert