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COVID-19 Social Safety: What To Do Before Attending a Social Event During a Pandemic

Because gatherings have been spreading grounds for the COVID-19, people are now second-thinking their decisions to attend social events. But many organizers are now requiring their guests to be vaccinated and to wear their masks and there are still ways to keep yourself safe when attending a party or ceremony.

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3 Signs the BA.2 Variant is Surging in the U.S.
BA.2 accounts for the majority of U.S. COVID-19 cases and because of its high transmissibility risk, health authorities predict a new surge is coming. While we only have a partial picture of what’s to come with BA.2, health officials are watching out for three signs of a new surge.
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Colorado Announces Road Map For Moving Forward With COVID-19

Several U.S. states are also beginning to switch from a crisis mentality to a more forward-thinking endemic approach to managing and living with COVID-19. Spearheaded by California’s S.M.A.R.T.E.R. strategy, Colorado is also following suit, announcing its own road map to move past a COVID-19 emergency response. 

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UK COVID-19 Data Reveals Facts About Long COVID

The United Kingdom’s Office of National Statistics (ONS) has released the nation’s COVID-19 data, which sheds more light on the long COVID phenomenon. 1.33 million people who were previously infected with COVID-19 reported lingering symptoms at least a year after infection. This accounts for roughly 2.1% of the U.K.’s population, with 1 in 48 people experiencing long COVID.

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