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Vaccinate Your Way Back to Normal Life

Only a few months ago, life after COVID felt impossible to envision. But now, with everyone ages 16+ eligible for vaccination and the vaccine rollout progressing, it isn't just a...

COVID-19 Learned Health Habits to Keep for Life

The COVID-19 outbreak made us rethink our daily routines, the roles each of us play in preserving public health, and much more. And while the future is still uncertain, it's...

Winter Fatigue

Continuous snow and the ongoing pandemic may have many of us feeling extra tired, down and irritable.

The Year of the Pandemic: What We've Learned and Where We're Headed

Many of us are eager to say goodbye to 2020 and hello to 2021. For good reason. This past year brought the frightening mystery of the novel coronavirus.

What You Need to Know about Back-to-School and COVID-19

As communities try to balance the urgent need to bring students back to classrooms while also preventing the spread of coronavirus, Summit Health's Director of Infection Prevention Dr. Dan Hart...

Children and Masks – What Parents Should Know

To protect against COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends people wear face masks or face coverings in public areas when social distancing is difficult to maintain.

What older people should do to protect themselves from coronavirus

Summit Health’s very own, Soma Mandal, MD was asked to weigh in on the topic of how the elderly can protect themselves during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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