COVID19 RESOURCES FOR ARIZONA FAMILY PHYSICIANS

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Any of our great followers have insight on this? https://arizonarepublic-az-app.newsmemory.com/?publink=001b782f6

These heroes developed a plan to provide care to patients and use vaccines before they were due to expire. Due to their successful efforts, they were able to make families feel safe while providing quality care and also maintaining adequate vaccine coverage rates.

Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 642 cases and no deaths. Many sites across Arizona now offer vaccines, including grocery store pharmacies and standalone pharmacies. Visit http://www.azhealth.gov/findvaccine to find a location and get vaccinated today. #RollUpYourSleeve

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Arizona Heat Awareness Week, from May 10-14, is a chance to learn how to protect yourself and others from the heat and sun when spending time outdoors. https://1.azdhs.gov/3o7Jb78 #AZHeat #AZwx

Today’s #COVID19 dashboard update adds 642 cases and no deaths. Many sites across Arizona now offer vaccines, including grocery store pharmacies and standalone pharmacies. Visit http://www.azhealth.gov/findvaccine to find a location and get vaccinated today. #RollUpYourSleeve

"The more people who are vaccinated against COVID-19, the faster we can curb the spread and continue returning to normal life,” said Dr. Christ. Do your part and get your vaccine today. https://1.azdhs.gov/3f1qFZP

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This is your last chance to save on the new Opioid Use Disorder Livestream. Act now to save up to $100 and earn your SAMHSA DATA waiver. http://ow.ly/7laC50EI3ch

#AAFPNC is the only event where you can interact with over 2,500 peers, hundreds of residency programs, and leaders in the specialty—all in one location. Explore #familymedicine up close and personal from a convenient and new virtual platform! http://ow.ly/irQz50EI3b6

If speaking your #COVID19 experience feels too heavy, try writing. The Things They Carry Project is offering free writing workshops to help health care workers & first responders process traumatic memories &make sense of their experiences. http://ow.ly/a4au50EI382 #AAFPWellbeing

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Technology lets pathologists like CDC’s Joy Gary look at specimens even when not in the office. Joy uses a camera embedded in a microscope to virtually show colleagues what she sees when looking at how #COVID19 affects lung tissue. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2Rq6c8L.

If you live with someone who is or was recently pregnant, help protect them by making sure you also take steps to prevent getting and possibly spreading #COVID19. Wear a mask. Stay 6 feet away from others and avoid crowds. Wash your hands frequently: https://bit.ly/3fBCIPo.

Post-COVID conditions are symptoms that last weeks or months after you’ve had #COVID19. If you think you have a post-COVID condition, talk to your healthcare provider about options for treatment. Many patients with these symptoms get better with time. https://bit.ly/2RDvb93.

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