Pediatrician Dr. Katherine Williamson said she has seen an increase in COVID-19 cases among young patients in recent weeks, as well as an uptick in parents who are vaccinating eligible kids — both of which she attributed to the rise of the Delta variant.
As COVID rates are soaring and an unusual summer surge of RSV fills children's hospitals, one Houstonpediatrician describes "a perfect storm."
Houston pediatrician warns parents to take COVID 'very seriously' with children's hospitals full - Houston Chronicle
Infant among children battling COVID in Alabama hospitals: ‘I’m scared now,’ UAB pediatrician says
Teachers should have access to "medical grade PPE" so schools can safely reopen, a pediatrician says. "We should treat them [staff and teachers] as essential workers," Dr. Dimitri Christakis tells @jaketapper .
Melanie shares her experience as a pediatrician and mom of three: "The science is so clear that the risk of death or hospitalization for children with this virus is so, so low—but we know the risks of missing school are catastrophic."
“In terms of being a pediatrician I just think the science is so clear. That the risk of death or hospitalization for children with this virus is so, so low, but we know the risks of missing school are catastrophic.”—Pediatrician from Charlotte, NC
Speaking of fighting injustices.... My father, Philadelphiapediatrician Dr. Ted Tapper, has been trying FOR YEARS to get justice for C.J. Rice, a former patient locked up in a PA prison since 2012 for a crime my dad is convinced he could not have committed. thread/
While I appreciate all the kindness, and am flattered to have my own hash tag #IStandWithPicard ,?️I would prefer that people focus not on trolls but on my initial concern, that a Canadianpediatrician is saying we don't need a #coronavirus vaccine. #Covid19 #antivax @cpso_ca
This country needs rapid testing in every school, pediatrician's office, hospital, and health center—and right now, we don’t have a comprehensive plan. President Trump isn’t taking this seriously.
Georgia has lost seven rural hospitals in 10 years. Nine counties don’t have a doctor, 18 have no family practitioner, 60 no pediatrician. COVID-19 has been deadlier in some rural Georgia counties than almost anywhere else.