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The Virginia Department of Health Southside and Pittsylvania - Danville Health Districts will be sponsoring a COVID - 19 Vaccination Clinic at Tabernacle of Zion | Friday, February 11, 2022. View flyer for details. . --
VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital (VCU Health CMH) will offer a COVID vaccine clinic to anyone 12 years and older. Pfizer is the only vaccine that is approved for ages 12 - 17 at this time. A parent or legal guardian must accompany their child to the vaccination....
In July, 2020, the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry developed a Temporary COVID-19 Standard for businesses with 11 or more employees. They gave businesses 30 days to develop, educate employees, and create their policy to meet this standard. In January, 2021...
Now that COVID-19 vaccines are becoming available, employers may be considering whether or not to ask, or even require, employees to be vaccinated. It’s important for employers to consider what makes the most sense for their business, based on contact with the public, level of risk, and other factors, and then institute a clear policy.
Happy New Year!!!!!!! The Governor’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the Office of Health Equity at the Virginia Department of Health are co-sponsoring this virtual event with VCU Massey Cancer Center in collaboration with faith leaders from the “Facts...