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Dear Pandemic Live Q&A 01-18-23

COVID Variants Infectious Diseases Masks Socializing Staying Safe Testing and Contact Tracing Videos

Those Nerdy Girls deliver a New Year’s message from our CEO Dr. Ashley Ritter and also share advice on staying healthy during the tripledemic, including testing, masking, and more. Hosted by Those Nerdy Girls with: – Ashley Ritter, APRN, PhD:TNG CEO & Founding Member – Chana Davis, PhD: TNG Contributing Writer & Founder at Fueled

🦃 Consejos para un Día de Acción de Gracias más seguro 🦃

Posts en Español Socializing Staying Safe

Los virus de VRS, Influenza y COVID-19 están afectando la mayoría de hospitales en los E.E.U.U. (especialmente a los hospitales de niños). Mientras nos enfrentamos a otro Día de Acción de Gracias con virus en aumento, ¿cómo podemos disfrutar de momentos preciosos con familiares y amigos mientras reducimos el riesgo de contraer o propagar enfermedades?

Tips for a safer Thanksgiving

Socializing Staying Safe

RSV, Influenza and COVID are hitting our hospitals (especially kids hospitals) hard. As we face another Thanksgiving with surging viruses, how can we enjoy precious moments with family and friends while lowering the risk of getting or spreading illness? Think in terms of harm reduction: a little bit better is a little bit better. Small

Dear Pandemic Live Q&A 11-21-22

Families/Kids Infection and Spread Infectious Diseases Socializing Staying Safe Testing and Contact Tracing Uncertainty and Misinformation Videos

Those Nerdy Girls offer advice on staying well during a “triple threat” holiday season and insights into science denial – why it happens and how to navigate tricky conversations. Hosted by Those Nerdy Girls with: * Sara Gorman, PhD, MPH: Co-Founder of Critica, Author of Denying to the Grave & Contributing Writer at TNG *

Nerdy Girl Live Q&A on Mon, 11/21: Triple Threat Thanksgiving & Science Denial

Families/Kids Socializing Staying Safe Uncertainty and Misinformation

Monday, 11/21/22, at 1:30 pm EST/10:30 am PST Join Those Nerdy Girls for timely advice on staying well during a “triple threat” holiday season and practical insights into science denial – why it happens and how to navigate tricky conversations. Hosted by Those Nerdy Girls with: Sara Gorman, PhD, MPH: Co-Founder of Critica, Author of

La Organización Mundial de La Salud recientemente público un artículo que sirve como guía para hablar sobre las vacunas de manera positiva con familiares y amigos.

Posts en Español Socializing Vaccines

Las gráficas y el articulo que compartimos fueron creados por La Organización Mundial de La Salud @WHO: Cómo hablar sobre las vacunas. Este contenido no fue creado por Querida Pandemia y para cualquier pregunta adicional sobre este contenido, por favor comuníquese con la fuente. ¡Para cualquier otra pregunta, no dude en enviarnos sus preguntas directamente!

Dear Pandemic Live Q&A 07-08-22

Families/Kids Long COVID Socializing Staying Safe Testing and Contact Tracing Vaccines Videos

Those Nerdy Girls will answer questions about long COVID, outdoor transmission, rapid antigen testing, and more. Featuring: Amanda Simanek, PhD, MPH, DP Founding Member Chana Davis, PhD – DP Contributing Writer ➡️ Welcome, Intros, and chit chat (0:00-0:53) ➡️ Should I vaccinate my child against COVID-19? (0:54-3:39) Check out this link to the live Q&A

How To Protect Yourself from COVID Outdoors

Socializing Staying Safe

🇺🇸 Gathering for the 4th of July? ☀️ Outdoors is much lower risk, but not “no” risk for COVID-19 transmission, especially during a surge with extra contagious variants. 🌬️ Even outside, “if you’re close enough, say, to smell on their breath what they chose for dinner, you’re close enough to inhale the viral particles on

¿Se puede contraer COVID-19 compartiendo bebidas?

Infection and Spread Posts en Español Socializing

Sí. Absolutamente. Se puede contraer COVID-19 compartiendo un vaso para beber– aún si el vaso contiene alcohol. El virus que causa COVID-19 está presente en la saliva de una persona que está infectada, y aunque no es el modo de transmisión más común, si puede transmitir oralmente. La concentración de alcohol en una bebida no