This is important: Dorit Reiss on vaccine misinformation in the Point Reyes Light. The anti-vaccine crowd is vicious, rabid and unfortunately very poorly informed. Yet they have been able to get the attention of enough media to cast doubt on the effectiveness and safety of the most important medical intervention ever devised.
When the only argument against requiring vaccines for school relies on mistaken beliefs about vaccine safety, it cannot stand. Vaccines are safe, effective and save lives. Immunization mandates make our schools safe. By shoring up California’s mandate, S.B.277 is helping to safely protect our kids and our communities.
I found a bunch of unpublished posts some months ago. It seems I don’t know how to work wordpress, or maybe one of the updates threw me for a loop. Well, I kept on writing, sometimes offline, and finally found the time to fix the problem.
This morning at Rotary, I made the observation that a year ago I had a lot of projects going but didn’t know if I would get traction with any of them. Now I have the opposite problem; everything is firing on all cylinders at the same time. Patient Direct Care came out of nowhere, PanZoe has transitioned to an effort on 360Care, a local integrated charitable clinic. EverMed is pitching for 20,000 lives in the next few months.
This morning Clark County Public Health disseminated the information on 360Care’s community meeting.
Paul Levy feels his direct reports should be practiced at writing at least 1000 words a day, in order to communicate with their stakeholders. It is time to jump back on that bandwagon.
So if you see posts dated some time ago that weren’t there before, please accept my apologies. I’m still catching up.