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SHIFTING FROM PANDEMIC TO ENDEMIC !

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08 Sep 2021 09:36 - 15 Sep 2021 23:20 #393112 by ketchim
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Chairman, please DELETE this Thread for THe PITCH !

Over the past year and a half we have faced an
extraordinary threat together. COVID-19 has required
unprecedented measures that have saved lives and
prevented our health care system from being overwhelmed.
Last edit: 15 Sep 2021 23:20 by ketchim.

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08 Sep 2021 09:38 - 08 Sep 2021 09:41 #393113 by ketchim
We will not eliminate COVID-19
which means we need to learn how to live with it.
This is why we have begun to shift our COVID-19 approach towards
an enhanced version of the solid foundation
of our systems to manage other respiratory viruses.
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08 Sep 2021 09:43 - 08 Sep 2021 09:44 #393115 by ketchim
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a reduction in childhood immunizations across Canada as people kept their children home
to adhere to COVID-19 restrictions and school-based immunization programs
were interrupted. For example,
In 2019, 73% of 12 year olds in Alberta were fully immunized for Hepatitis B.
This dropped to just 28% in 2020.

Catching up with routine childhood immunizations is
a key priority for protecting children.
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08 Sep 2021 09:46 #393116 by ketchim
Measures needed to manage COVID-19 transmission have had impacts
on our population’s mental health and wellbeing.
Social isolation measures have worsened mental health
in those already most at risk while also limiting access to supports

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08 Sep 2021 09:47 - 08 Sep 2021 09:48 #393118 by ketchim
 over half of those surveyed reported not staying as
socially connected as they were before the pandemic,

 almost one third of participants indicated that they had
delayed seeking health care during the pandemic

 nearly 70% of participants reported feeling more stressed
out during the pandemic with factors including difficulty
maintaining relationships, difficulty sleeping, inability to
exercise and lonelines
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