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May
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2022
  • Anonymous

    Hello! You can get the antibiotic Zithromax (azithromycin) through a doctor’s prescription. The antibiotic is commonly used for bacterial respiratory infections, but is currently only considered for treatment or prevention of bacterial co-infections that can occur as a result of a COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) illness. Viruses are very different from bacteria, and most antibiotics are useless […]

  • anonymous

    Hello! This is one of the great dilemmas of public health: trying to treat as many people as possible while keeping the potential of disease spread at a minimum. The remote risk of a recipient having a severe allergic reaction to a vaccine requires the newly vaccinated to remain seated and accessible to emergency healthcare […]

  • Anonymous

    Hello! None of the current COVID-19 vaccines contain Thimerosal. They do, however, contain the emulsifiers polyethylene glycol and polysorbate. According to the website contagionlive.com, the biggest concern has been over severe allergic reactions to these additives, rather than the active components. The site points out that rare allergic reactions to vaccines are often to inactive […]

  • Hola

    Hola! This hits at the heart of the number one consequence of isolation. But that’s the one thing we all have in common now, which can make it the perfect ice-breaker. The New York Times recently published an article which explores this question. It presents several approaches to friendship in the era of COVID: • […]

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  • VoteHimOut

    You raise some great questions. We believe that relying on trustworthy news organizations that ascribe to sound journalistic practices is a good start (for instance, those that follow the Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics). That cloth face coverings (not surgical masks) protect others more than the wearer has been the overwhelming consensus of […]

  • Watson

    This is a great question, and I’m not sure I can answer it fully at present. However, I have submitted an inquiry to the Ohio Department of Health to get more clarity. From my understanding, deaths are tallied when the initial information is recorded, and the death may be removed if subsequent investigation finds that […]

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  • Anonymous

    Greene County Health Commissioner Melissa Howell responded to your query on July 13: An asymptomatic positive self isolates at home where they are not required to wear a mask. A person self-quarantines when they have been exposed to a known case. Self-isolation and self-quarantine in Greene has been done voluntarily. 

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