CODIE Webinar Series

ID Description: White background. In green font: “CODIE Webinar Series”. Next is green banner with white fonts: “Communication Rights in Medical Settings”. On your left side is an image of Josh – medium skin tone, black short hair with black goatee, smiling toward the camera wearing black polo shirt. On the right side is an image of Carmen – medium skin tone, highlighted long hair in ponytail, wearing dark eyeglasses frame and black shirt, smiling at the camera. After the green banner is black banner with white fonts: “Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 PM. Next is white background with black italic fonts: “Presented by Josh Tozeski and Carmen Croasmun. Next is white background with green bold borders – inside with black fonts: Facebook Live. At the bottom from left to right: CODIE logo in green tone, Family Outreach Advocates with light blue background and maroon fonts with two hands (raised hand in maroon color) and holding hand in navy blue). HH&LD logo and Pathway to Success logo.

Event Description: One of CODIE Webinar Series: Josh Tozeski and Carmen Croasmun will provide webinar regarding Communication Rights in Medical Settings on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 pm.

Delta Variant

CDC recommends people in areas with substantial or high COVID-19 spread wear a mask in public indoor settings, even if fully vaccinated. Visit CDC’s COVID Data Tracker to find out what level of COVID-19 spread your area has: https://bit.ly/2Hw1EZZ. [ID description for ALT IMAGE: Purple background. "DELTA VARIANT IS SURGING: IT HAS QUICKLY GROWN FROM LESS THAN 1% OF CASES IN MAY TO MORE THAN 80% NOW." Next in bulleted list: "Delta spreads about twice as easily from one person to another compared to previous variants." "Because new evidence shows some vaccinated people ca get or spread Delta, CDC recommends everyone in areas with substantial or high spread wear a mask." "Most spread is among unvaccinated people and in areas with low vaccination rates. Vaccines help prevent Delta from spreading further."]

Delta Variant CDC recommends people in areas with substantial or high COVID-19 spread wear a mask in public indoor settings, even if fully vaccinated. Visit CDC’s COVID Data Tracker to find out what level of COVID-19 spread your area has: https://bit.ly/2Hw1EZZ. [ID description for ALT IMAGE: Purple background. “DELTA VARIANT IS SURGING: IT HAS QUICKLY […]

Updated on Mask Guidance

Updated Guidance for Face Covering 📣 In response to new CDC guidelines, CDPH recommends masking for public indoor settings regardless of vaccination status to slow the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta variant. For more information on the updated face coverings guidance: https://bit.ly/NR21-234 [ID Description for ALT IMAGE: Blue background. Top left corner has 3 […]

COVID-19 and ventilation

You can reduce COVID-19 risk by keeping windows and doors open when possible, and also by keeping HVAC systems running as much as possible.

You can reduce COVID-19 risk by keeping windows and doors open when possible, and also by keeping HVAC systems running as much as possible.

COVID-19 Vaccination

Vaccines are the solution and how we end this pandemic. For more information about #COVID19 vaccines, visit http://VaccinateAll58.com. To schedule an appointment: http://MyTurn.ca.gov [ID Description for ALT IMAGE: Blue background with repeated images of the shape of California map in light blue tone. "THE COVID-19 VACCINE IS (in yellow banner with white bold and uppercase font) FREE, SAFE, AND EFFECTIVE." On your bottom left in yellow font: "myturn.ca.gov".]

Free, Safe, and Effective Vaccines are the solution and how we end this pandemic. For more information about #COVID19 vaccines, visit http://VaccinateAll58.com. To schedule an appointment: http://MyTurn.ca.gov [ID Description for ALT IMAGE: Blue background with repeated images of the shape of California map in light blue tone. “THE COVID-19 VACCINE IS (in yellow banner with […]

Heat-Related Illness

Heat-related illnesses are preventable. Learn the symptoms and what to do if you or a loved one shows signs of having a heat-related illness. https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat/warning.html [ID description for ALT IMAGE: Light overlay image of woman wearing sun hat and drinking water. At the top: red banner with white font: "HEAT-RELATED ILLNESS". Next in yellow banner with black font: "Stay cool, hydrated, and informed to prevent heat-related illnesses." Next in two column with bulleted list in bold font: Heat Stroke, Heat exhaustion, Heat cramps, Sunburn, Heat rash." Next at the bottom in red banner with white font: "www.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat". On the bottom left is CDC logo in blue and white.]

Heat-Related Illness Heat-related illnesses are preventable. Learn the symptoms and what to do if you or a loved one shows signs of having a heat-related illness. Heat Related Illness at CDC [ID description for ALT IMAGE: Light overlay image of woman wearing sun hat and drinking water. At the top: red banner with white font: […]