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News by Year - 2021
Hopkins Tool Predicts How Hospitalized COVID Patients Will Fare
Fox 45 News (Baltimore)
Fox New 45 (Baltimore): Dr. Matt Robinson discusses the SCARP tool, which can predict patients' risk of severe COVID disease and death.
Innovation During Times of Change | 2020 Annual Report
2020 was a year like no other. Learn what CCGHE discovered in our Annual Report.
Leaders tour SE Baltimore site to promote Hispanic vaccine equity
WBAL TV News Baltimore
WBAL TB News: "This is basic public health. You go to where people are and you make it as easy as you can. . . "
Abusive Covid-19 Measures in Northern Province: Argentina
Mirage News : “Unsanitary and crowded centers like those in Formosa can . . . undermine basic human rights, and erode the trust in public health . . . “
Latino immigrants need vaccines – and aren't getting them. Here's why
The Guardian: Opinion: Vaccine hesitancy among immigrant communities and people of color is a genuine issue. But the larger problem isn’t hesitancy – it’s access
Dr. Bollinger: We’re in a better place with Covid, but we’re not out of the woods yet
CNBC: The News with Shepard Smith
CNBC: Dr. Bolllinger discusses COVID-19 variants and what's known about the AstraZeneca vaccine
Experts concerned over pockets of covid among unvaccinated minorities
Sierra Leone Times
Dr. Page: "If Latinos and Blacks are not receiving vaccinations, the consequences could be troubling for public health."
Study says Black, Latino Americans below whites in vaccinations
Big News Network
"It's not just about equity...it doesn't make sense, as we'll continue to see high transmission hotspots across the country, and that's where new variants will emerge."
World Renowned Infectious Disease Expert on CDC's New School Guidelines.
Leslie Marshall Show
Leslie Marshall interviews Dr. Robert Bollinger on CDC's New School Guidelines.
Will the New COVID-19 Variants Increase Reinfection Rates?
"While the mutations don’t mean much in terms of how the virus functions, if the mutations lead to a change in how the virus works, then we pay more attention to it."
Should You Double Mask in the Workplace?
You don't want the mask to be uncomfortable. "The most important mask is the one you're going to wear all the time when you're in high-risk situations," says Dr. Bob Bollinger.
Trust And Community Critical To Immigrant COVID-19 Outreach, Vaccinations
KBIA 91.3 FM
Dr. Kathleen Page: "There's two different pieces: one of them is access, and then the other is addressing hesitancy."
How to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Maryland
Dr. Page: "It's normal to have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. Based on information from large clinical trials, we know that the vaccine is safe and it's effective."
Mentoring your mentor
How do you mentor your mentor and how establishing a structure can overcome some of the hurdles in building this relationship.
State of Maryland Launches Public Outreach and Equity Campaign to Promote Vaccine Confidence
The Southern Maryland Chronicle
The State of Maryland today launched its grassroots public outreach and equity campaign to promote vaccine confidence. GoVAX encourages all Marylanders to protect themselves...
GoVAX---Let's end COVID Maryland
WMAR 2 News
“I have had the privilege to serve in the medical field to take care of patients with COVID, but I also have been heartbroken so many times to see so many people suffer so severely..."
What do teachers mean when they say they don't have 'adequate' PPE?
Dr. Bollinger: “There are 17 genetic changes in the B.1.1.7 variant from England. There’s some preliminary evidence that it’s more contagious."
Des Moines County supervisors hone their budget chops
The Hawk Eye
“All RNA viruses mutate over time, some more than others. For example, flu viruses change often, which is why doctors recommend that you get a new flu vaccine every year."
Experts Explain How To Effectively Wear Two Face Masks
"Some of the new SARS-CoV2 variants appear to be more infectious and easier to transmit, so although we don’t have clear data yet, it makes sense that more effective masking might help."
When will it end?
Dr. Bollinger: “We are not seeing any indication that the new strain is more virulent or dangerous in terms of causing more severe Covid-19 diseases.”