Tag: COVID19

Tag: COVID19

#SaludTues – Ensuring Healthy Hearts During COVID-19
February 26, 2021 LPOC Organization

Join this conversation by using #SaludTues on March 02, 2021, to tweetchat about ways to promote heart health for Latinos and all people during COVID-19!

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Learning to Live Again: A Lazarus Tale From the COVID Front Lines
February 26, 2021 COVID, The Latest LPOC Organization

Read this inspiring story of a man working to regain his health and strength following COVID-19, and the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Downey, CA, which has a program specifically designed for patients suffering the symptoms that come in the wake of COVID.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Needs a Shot of Equity
February 9, 2021 ACEs Aware, COVID, COVID LPOC Organization

The nation has lost sight of the fact that while this pandemic is affecting every community, it is not affecting every community the same. Black, Latino and Native Americans — many of whom are front-line essential workers — are being infected, hospitalized and dying at rates that far surpass their proportions of the population.

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Stay Six Feet Far From Me
February 2, 2021 COVID, COVID LPOC Organization

A poem which can be sung to tune of ‘Don’t Stand So Close To Me’ by The Police. Gracias for the inspiration! By Álvaro Garza, MD MPH

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COVID-19 & Vaccinations, A Virtual Town Hall
January 25, 2021 LPOC Organization

Join Assemblymember Kevin McCarty’s livestream on Thursday, January 28 with Dr. Olivia Kasirye, the Sacramento County Public Health Officer where they will be discussing COVID-19 and the recent updates on vaccine distribution.

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Focus On Health Equity: COVID-19 & California’s Latinx Community
January 15, 2021 COVID, COVID, Newsmakers, The Latest LPOC Organization

Read this article by LPOC’s own José Alberto Arévalo, MD, FAAFP; Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola, MD, PhD, MS; & Bobby Peña which was included in the Fall 2020 issue of California Family Physician Magazine as part of “Focus On Health Equity” which included commentary from numerous organizations on the topic.

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