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Protecting Employees, Customers and the Employer

San Jose Dr. Pamela Mehta, MD on steps to protect both employees and employers. The San Jose physician also urges patience, kindness and continued safety measures to ensure safe health.

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‘The economy cannot thrive on dead bodies,’ – Dr. Nivedita Lakhera

San Jose Dr. Nivedita Lakhera points out that the “economy cannot thrive on dead bodies. We need human beings to create the economy, to sustain the economy.

Dr. Lakhera argues that “we should save lives because that’s what makes an economy. You need people to buy the stuff corporations sell.”

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COVID-19: stop and smell the roses

While there are many negatives resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, there are also countless good impacts that people are seeing every day.

Perhaps the most noticeable thing is clear skies: from China to Italy and across the United States, reduced traffic has resulted in reduced air pollution.

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COVID-19 precautions must continue even after California businesses reopen, government and health officials say

Santa Clara County health director Sara Cody states that “this pandemic is going to be with us for a very, very, very long time.” That’s why Dr. Noor Sachdev says people returning to work must adhere to strict rules. “We cannot afford a rebound. That would be so costly and would hurt the economy much more. It would mean we’d have a much longer shelter-in-place.”

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COVID-19: the rationing of healthcare should not be a concern if we continue to abide by stay at home orders

California healthcare providers are reminded that healthcare discrimination is prohibited in the U.S. There’s also a good set of guidelines that physicians follow. Santa Clara County is working hard to ensure that such decisions will be unnecessary, but there won’t be a need for such a decision if we all abide by stay at home orders.

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From weird dreams to suicidal ideations, COVID-19 is impacting us all

The COVID-19 financial impacts are already well-documented, but now the mental health impacts are being scrutinized. Dr. Nivedita Lakhera described the mental health impacts she’s seeing as an “emerging epidemic.”

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Coronavirus Nursing Homes Deaths

In response to news reports, the COVID-19 Community Coalition is urging Governor Newsom to deny nursing homes and assisted living facilities immunity to COVID-19 legal action. The New York Times is reporting that at least 7,000 people living in or connected with nursing homes have died of the coronavirus and more than 36,500 residents and employees across the nation have contracted it.

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COVID-19 Unheralded Heroes

COVID-19 is bringing out the best in people. The COVID-19 Community Coalition is proud to acknowledge the achievements of some unheralded heroes.

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Gift Ideas for COVID-19 Front Line Workers

The San Jose-based COVID-19 Community Coalition has some gift ideas for the front line and essential workers battling this disease.

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Flying the flag to honor COVID-19 healthcare & essential workers

The San Jose-based COVID-19 Community Coalition urges all Americans to join in paying tribute to the courage and bravery of those serving on the Coronavirus front line battle.

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