Covid could be a catalyst for improving rheumatology services | HSJ Interactive

[ad_1] This article forms part of an AbbVie UK commissioned digital feature package with the Health Service Journal (HSJ). AbbVie has been involved in funding and content decisions and development of this article. Intended audience is healthcare access decision makers in line with HSJ’s readership. Please note, HSJ website (www.HSJ.co.uk) does not have restricted access … Read more

Hundreds of Derbyshire healthcare staff have not yet taken up offer of Covid vaccine

[ad_1] More than a thousand healthcare staff in Derbyshire and Burton have not yet taken up the offer of a Covid-19 vaccine, nearly seven months into the rollout. Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock suggested this month that it could be made compulsory for healthcare staff to have a vaccine or face being redeployed away from … Read more

BBC’s Andrew Marr tests positive for Covid in ‘nasty’ health battle after double-jab

[ad_1] BBC’s Andrew Marr previously tested positive for coronavirus despite a double vaccination, the broadcaster has revealed. While interviewing Professor Sir Peter Horby on Sunday, Andrew, 61, revealed he suspected he caught the virus while attending the G7 summit in Cornwall. As world leaders united in St Ives, Andrew filmed an episode of The Andrew … Read more

Worcester YWCA early education providers high demand low staff COVID

[ad_1] WORCESTER — While the rest of the education world sent students home last spring, early education providers in the region remained open, and continued to offer in-person services throughout the pandemic. More than a year later, those programs, which had already faced steep challenges before the coronavirus, say they are worse off just as the … Read more

Worcester YWCA early education providers high demand low staff COVID

[ad_1] WORCESTER — While the rest of the education world sent students home last spring, early education providers in the region remained open, and continued to offer in-person services throughout the pandemic. More than a year later, those programs, which had already faced steep challenges before the coronavirus, say they are worse off just as the … Read more

Insurers lose High Court challenge over business insurance COVID pandemic payouts

[ad_1] Australia’s insurance industry has lost the latest battle in an ongoing “war of attrition” between insurers and businesses that want compensation for COVID losses. Key points: The insurance industry has been denying small business claims for payouts for COVID losses It lost a test case into the issue last year It was seeking to challenge … Read more

Insurers lose High Court challenge over business insurance COVID pandemic payouts

[ad_1] Australia’s insurance industry has lost the latest battle in an ongoing “war of attrition” between insurers and businesses that want compensation for COVID losses. Key points: The insurance industry has been denying small business claims for payouts for COVID losses It lost a test case into the issue last year It was seeking to challenge … Read more

Vaccinated visitors can skip COVID test starting July 8

[ad_1] Visiting Hawaii is about to get easier for vaccinated travelers. Beginning July 8,the state will end its pre-travel COVID testing requirement for visitors from the U.S. mainland who are fully vaccinated, Hawaii Gov. David Ige said Thursday. Travelers will need to show their vaccine card as well as upload it to the state’s Safe Travels website. … Read more