CV🦠News, Week of April 18, 2021

Greetings, Friends of TVD, The sun continues to shine in California, which this week had the lowest COVID-19 case rate in the continental US with only 40 new cases per 100,000 people on Wednesday (three times lower than the

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Coronavirus in a microscope

Can You Get Covid Twice? What experts say.

Reinfection reports are still rare but steadily growing around the world, and they’re likely underreported. There have been confirmed cases of reinfection in Hong Kong, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Ecuador. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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Vaccinations and blood clots

CV🦠News, Week of April 11, 2021

Hello, TVD Friends, Well, for as much as the sun is out and we feel lighter, finding a place to get your COVID vaccine, either Dose #1 or Dose #2, continues to be challenging. Patience, please! There should

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Manage mild covid-19 at home

How to manage your mild COVID-19 at home

According to the World Health Organization, about 80% of COVID-19 infections are mild. 15% progress to severe infection which requires oxygen assistance, and 5% progress to the critical stage and need a ventilator to help with breathing. The

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COVID 19 Vaccination Card

CV🦠News, Week of April 4, 2021

Happy Saturday, TVD Friends, It is starting to feel a little bit lighter, do you feel it? Yes, the days are a bit longer, and the flowers are blooming, but also vaccine is both easier to obtain and

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virtual classes and virtual health amidst coronavirus

Coronavirus, Virtual Classes, and Visual Health

Due to the confinement measures adopted to stop the coronavirus pandemic, many schools are offering online classes for our children as a way to compensate for school closures. But how do we protect their visual health during their

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Safety Tips for High-risk relatives

COVID-19: Safety Tips for High-risk relatives

It’s important to know what to do if you have Covid-19 symptoms. But even more important is knowing how to take care of our High-risk relatives. Safety measures Covid-19 as a new normal The coronavirus pandemic is making

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