Vaccinations in the County are readily available, this according to the four County hospital CEOs. Tonight we continue our series with the ceos as they talk about what vaccine distribution will look like when it's approved for kids under 12.
The pandemic has taken an emotional toll on almost everyone in one way or another and people in healthcare have been on the front lines for almost two years. Tonight, we hear from the four local hospital CEOs, about the toll it is taking on healthcare practitioners here in the County.
Schools have been seeing an increase in cases, causing some to go remote and others to have students in quarantine. In Medical Monday, we continue our series with the Hospital CEOs. They discuss their concerns about the County’s youth.
Testing is an important part of stopping the spread of covid 19. Continuing our series with the four local hospital CEOs, they discuss available testing options as numbers rise, especially for those planning to travel.
Once approval is received, Covid 19 vaccine booster shots will be available to people who received their first doses more than 8 months ago. As we continue our series with the four local hospital CEOs, I asked them if they are prepared to administer booster shots and if they have a distribution plan in place.
With the vaccine mandate deadline quickly approaching, hospitals are preparing for losing some staff. WAGM continues our series with the four local hospital CEOs by asking how prepared they are for this upcoming deadline.
Staffing is a challenge for many hospitals especially with the vaccine mandate. WAGM recently spoke with the four CEOs of the local hospitals and asked them what vaccine numbers look like among their staff.
Supplies have been a challenge over the last year and a half for hospitals as they battle the covid 19 pandemic. WAGM sat down with the four hospital CEO’s to talk about how supplies are right now, as well as what they are using to treat their covid patients.