COVID Collaborative In the News

"What is clear, as the second pandemic spring tilts into the second pandemic summer, is that efforts like the COVID Collaborative will be needed for some time to come."
— New York Times, June 16, 2021

‘Recognition of failure’: A shift urged in global vaccination strategy

Health organizations again seek to prioritize at-risk populations for Covid shots.

Daniel Payne & Erin Banco Image credit: Diomande Ble Blonde/AP Photo

Report: 1,600 children in New Mexico lost caregiver to COVID-19 | Local news REPORT: 1,600 CHILDREN IN NEW MEXICO LOST CAREGIVER TO COVID-19 | LOCAL NEWS

About two years into the coronavirus pandemic, childcare experts are struggling with the long-term effects that the virus will have on an entire generation of children.

Claudia L. Silva

New Mexico ranks as one of the states with the highest rates for parental deaths caused by the disease, with 341 children per 100,000 who have lost a caregiver due to COVID-19, according to a study

Roughly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic childcare experts are grappling with the long-term effects the virus will have on a whole generation of children.

Claudia L. Silva

Report: 1,600 New Mexico children lost caregiver to COVID-19

Roughly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic childcare experts are grappling with the long-term effects the virus will have on a whole generation of children.

Claudia L. Silva

Study: New Mexico has among highest rates for parental deaths due to COVID-19

New Mexico ranks as one of the states with the highest rates for parental deaths caused by the disease, with 341 children per 100,000 who have lost a caregiver due to COVID-19, according to a study

Susan Dunlap Image credit: pixabay

Panel: Vaccinations Will Remain Key to Curbing COVID-19 in Rural Minnesota

If COVID-19 adopts a seasonal pattern, vaccinations will be crucial long-term tools to prevent increases in rural areas, medical experts said during a panel discussion last week.

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Panel: Vaccinations will remain key to curbing COVID-19 in rural Minnesota

If COVID-19 takes on a seasonal pattern, vaccinations will be crucial long-term tools in preventing surges in rural areas, said medical experts during a panel discussion last week.

Brian Arola

Panel: Vaccinations will remain key to curbing COVID-19 in rural Minnesota

If COVID-19 takes on a seasonal pattern, vaccinations will be crucial long-term tools in preventing surges in rural areas, said medical experts during a panel discussion last week.

Brian Arola

This Week in COVID & Education Policy: ‘Missed Learning’ Report Show Delayed Progress Across All Grades in NC, Helping Kids Who Lost Caregivers & More Key Updates

Hidden Pain: COVID Collaborative has launched a platform to honor the stories of children who have lost a caregiver to COVID-19 and provide resources to help them and their families as they rebuild and look to the future. 203,649 children under 18 — more than 1 in 360 — lost a parent or other in-home caregiver to COVID-19. “We’re bringing together community organizations, grief groups, government resources and more to surround these families with a comprehensive network of support.”

John Bailey

‘Living With Covid’ Report Calls For National Testing Infrastructure

The post-pandemic roadmap estimates that getting the US ready for further spikes of COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses would cost $100bn in the first year.

Elizabeth Orr

Webinar to address coronavirus pandemic concerns in rural Minnesota

Panelists include Jenna Kuduk, RN health services director for the Mille Lacs Band's Ne-la Shing Clinic, and Nicole Anderson, commissioner of health and human services for the Mille Lacs Band.

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