We know it’s tough, but we all need to keep wearing masks. The #science has not changed. Masks slow the spread of #COVID19. Together, wearing is caring. And together, we are saving lives. https://www.everymaskup.com/ #MaskUp
Rebecca Moore, MD, @MelissaMemorial: “By wearing a mask, we PREVENT great misfortune because it prevents severe illness in ourselves and others. Our masks should say, ‘I CARE ABOUT YOU AND DON’T WANT YOU TO GET SICK!’ It makes a loving statement to the community."
It's National Rural Health Day, and we are grateful for CO's rural hospitals and providers! They provide essential health care for their communities, including this year as we battle the COVID-19 pandemic. We honor their selfless, community-minded, “can do” spirit! #PowerofRural
J.P. Valin, MD, Chief Clinical Officer, @SCLHealth: “Our health care workers and first responders are burning the candle at both ends to keep us safe. It is up to all of us to do our part – wear a mask, physically distance, and limit gatherings so we can get this under control."
Getting a #flu vaccine could help reduce the burden on our #healthcare systems response to #COVID19 and save medical resources for care of those patients. #UnitedAgainstFlu https://www.cdc.gov/flu/season/protect-your-health.html #UnitedAgainstFlu CC: @cdcgov
Ryan Thornton, Chief Nursing Executive, @HealthONEsystem: “Our hospitals need your partnership to flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID19. Our commitment to providing exceptional patient care is unwavering, but we need every Coloradan to do their part. Now is the time.”
Coloradans, we need your help! Hospitalizations are reaching a new all-time high each day. The time is NOW to stop the spread of COVID-19, and our health care workers are counting on you! Wear your mask, wash your hands, watch your distance and wait till it's safer to see others!
Together with @COHospitalAssn, we analyzed the data & found a correlation between #SDoH & ED utilization in Colorado. On 11/19, we'll share key takeaways & they can help you identify the interventions most likely to improve health & #reducecosts: https://bit.ly/38eQfJ1
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are rising quickly all across the state! Please - help protect our hospitals and health care workers. Stay home when you can, wear your mask, wash your hands, and if you have symptoms, get tested.
Sick of COVID-19? We are too, but the virus isn't sick of us. Our case numbers are moving in the wrong direction, and now is the time to make sure we are wearing our masks, physically distancing, keeping our gatherings small and infrequent, and washing our hands.
COVID-19 In Colorado: Urban And Rural Hospitals Work Together To Avoid Capacity Issues https://denver.cbslocal.com/2020/11/05/covid-19-colorado-urban-rural-hospitals-work-together-avoid-capacity-issues/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
CO hospitals continue to work together to prepare for another surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations. The Combined Hospital Transfer Center will ensure patients can access the level of care needed while making efficient use of the entire CO health care system. http://ow.ly/OpVe50CbQAG
Exposure Notifications have only been available in Colorado since Sunday, and already over 587,000 Coloradans have activated the new tool on their smartphones. Learn how to add your phone to the fight against COVID-19 at http://addyourphone.com.
Our #healthcareheroes step up so they can care for our Colorado communities and help our state through this pandemic. Please - wear your mask, watch your distance and wash your hands to help protect our hospital workers!
It’s important to get vaccinated every year to protect against the #flu, which can change with each season. Keep yourself and those around you healthy and get the #flu shot today. #UnitedAgainstFlu