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TMB No Longer Requiring Practices to Follow COVID-19 Safe-Practice Standards
Updated Nursing Home Guidance Allows for Most Indoor Visits
Governor Removes Jail Time as Penalty for Violating COVID-19 Order
HIPAA Privacy and Novel Coronavirus (HHSC)
Key OSHA Standards for COVID-19 (US Dept of Labor)
April 09, 2021
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With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations spiking due to the delta variant, TMA and state physician and health care groups are calling for student protections that include masking and vaccination as they head back to school.
Texas rural health clinics are receiving more than $7 million out of nearly $100 million the Biden-Harris administration is distributing to rural clinics nationwide to support COVID-19 vaccination outreach. Read More
Statement by Texas Medical Association (TMA) President E. Linda Villarreal, MD; Texas Pediatric Society (TPS) President Seth D. Kaplan, MD; and Texas Public Health Coalition (TPHC) Chair Jason V. Terk, MD, as Texans plan for kids to return to school. The physician and health care groups are calling for children to be protected from COVID-19 due to spikes in cases and hospitalizations from the COVID-19 delta variant. They recommend parents and families follow new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for masking everyone in schools, grades K-12 – regardless of vaccination status – and to vaccinate all children aged 12 and up who can receive the COVID-19 vaccine, to protect them and their families. Read More
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