Here’s What The CDC Says Summer Camps Should Do To Prevent And Respond To COVID Cases

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released new guidance detailing steps summer camps should take to prevent and respond to COVID-19 infections. Brandon Chew/Tribune News Service via Getty Images April 26, 202111:22 AM ET Last year, the coronavirus pandemic forced many summer camps to close and families to change their plans. Now, new guidance from…

No evidence that Pfizer or Moderna vaccines are unsafe during pregnancy, a preliminary study says.

By Emily Anthe April 21, 2021 In an early analysis of coronavirus vaccine safety data, researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found no evidence that the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines pose serious risks during pregnancy. The findings are preliminary and cover just the first 11 weeks of the U.S. vaccination program. But…

The Reason Black Americans Are Getting Vaccinated At A Much Slower Rate Is Not Because They’re Reluctant

The early data we have on vaccination rates is incomplete, but one fact is particularly alarming: Black Americans are getting vaccinated at a much slower rate than their white counterparts. This is troubling given how hard the pandemic has hit Black Americans. But it’s also concerning because people often misunderstand why the rate is lower. Many are quick…

ACE Impact Team Aligns Efforts to Help Newark Residents Reach Greatest Potential

Five years of convening Newark’s ACE Impact Team has taught Keri Logosso-Misurell a crucial lesson: Fight the urge to reinvent the wheel. That’s why the ACE Impact Team, a joint effort of the Greater Newark Health Care Coalition (GNHCC) and Believe in a Healthy Newark Initiative, has borrowed strategies modeled by the Philadelphia ACE Task Force, Camden’s Hopeworks and…