Len Rome’s Local Health: The future of COVID-19 – WYTV

Share Article

WYTV
(WYTV)- Let’s take you back to late December of 2019 and early January, 2020. We started to hear about this virus called COVID. But the patients were far away, in China.
Then suddenly, they were here and more than five million people worldwide have died of it. With some masking, and some social distancing and vaccinations a part of our lives, what could everyday life look like in the future?
“We will take respiratory illnesses in the winter seriously. And you’ll see people who are in the know, wearing masks during respiratory virus winter-type season. I think you’ll see people wearing them when traveling, even if it’s not required,” said Dr. Gregory Poland of the Cleveland Clinic.
We may very well be taking a covid shot along with a flu shot every years. For now, doctors recommend we continue to try to keep as safe as possible taking the COVID-19 vaccine.
Here’s how the medical experts put it: Getting the vaccine, no matter what you believe about it, is better than not getting it and becoming infected again and again.
Copyright 2022 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Ohio Department of Health has released the latest number of COVID-19 cases in the state. 
Numbers as of Tuesday, Feb. 8 follow:
(WYTV) — With February being Heart Month, the American Heart Association has a special program for parents and schools to help teach kids lifelong heart-healthy habits.
“We want to instill these heart-healthy habits at a very young age so they can carry these through their life,” said Lauren Rieser with the American Heart Association.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Ohio Department of Health is has released the latest numbers related to the coronavirus pandemic in the state.
Numbers as of Saturday, Feb. 5 follow:

source

You might also like

Surviving 2nd wave of corona
COVID-19

Surviving The 2nd Wave of Corona

‘This too shall pass away’ this famous Persian adage seems to be defeating us again and again in the case of COVID-19. Despite every effort

@voguewellness