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We're so grateful to our local #publichealth heroes who work tirelessly every day to protect the health of our communities! They deserve a local health system that actually works. We must pass SAPHE 2.0 this year to create the system our heroes deserve & #MA needs!
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This #GivingTuesday, become part of the movement to achieve #healthequity for ALL #MA residents – regardless of race, income or zip code! http://tinyurl.com/donatempha2022
We couldn't agree more! RTAs serve over 55% of #MA residents yet receive >7% of state transit operating funds🤔, making it difficult to maintain service & meet community needs. To pave the way for better, cleaner transit service, RTAs need ongoing, sustainable funding! #mapoli
This means providing significantly more funding to Regional Transit Authorities (@T4MASS & @MAPublicHealth) to expand service as well as upgrade fleets and facilities. It also means a real commitment to Regional Rail. Bi-directional all-day service will not only connect (2/4)
We're so grateful to our local #PublicHealthHeroes who work tirelessly every day to protect the health of our communities! They deserve a system that works. We must pass SAPHE 2.0 this year to create the 21st-century system our heroes deserve & #MA needs!
A very interesting read. ID experts understand that high-quality masks reduce exposure and boosters reduce risk. Much more use of both than the general public. And they don’t try to live zero-risk lives, but they know risk reduction is still very important for COVID. https://twitter.com/HelenBranswell/status/1594673568797057024
Wondering how to manage your risk of contracting Covid at this point, as holiday gatherings approach? We asked 34 infectious diseases experts how they're comporting themselves. Some surprises here for me. https://www.statnews.com/2022/11/21/how-infectious-disease-experts-are-responding-to-covid-nearly-three-years-in/
Check out the agenda for our virtual Annual Conference & Meeting! Join us on 12/13 from 9am to 1pm to learn about effective strategies for advancing #healthequity in #MA: https://conta.cc/3i1LbPh #publichealthmatters