The Village Doctor, Author at The Village Doctor


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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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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San Francisco Bridge

CV🦠News, Week of March 28, 2021

Hello TVD Friends, Another week and due to ongoing vaccine supply issues another polite decline of our COVID vaccine allocation request from San Mateo County,  BUT… the news is getting better! Vaccine supply is certainly getting better in

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CV🦠News, Week of March 21, 2021

Hello TVD Friends, I wish our CV🦠News had some new news to report on our COVID vaccine availability, but alas, no. We continue to request a vaccine allocation weekly to cover those of you who are, or recently

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Covid-19 vaccine

CV🦠News, Week of March 7, 2021

NEWS FLASH regarding San Mateo County’s vaccine allocation for TVD. Please see below. Dear TVD Friends, Today marks the anniversary of the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic, and the end of a year where one

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CV🦠News, Week of February 21, 2021

Dear TVD Friends, Good news (and some less good news). After months of planning, squeaking, and logistics, TVD has received its first, relatively small, allocation of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine! I’m proud of our team’s hard work and our

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CV🦠News, Week of February 14, 2021

Dear TVD Friends, Let me hope that you and your Valentine were able to create some sunshine on the 14th amidst this rain, snow, and evolving pandemic. Keep your loved ones close! And there continues to be some

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CV🦠News, Week of February 7, 2021

Dear TVD Friends, Again, another busy week in COVID world. The recent surge peak is (for now) behind us. Case counts, test positivity rates, and hospitalizations, while still higher than the peaks of last summer, are coming down.

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