Keep Your Workplace Healthy: Monitor Employee COVID-19 Vaccines with VaxStat

Keep Your Workplace Healthy: Monitor Employee COVID-19 Vaccines with VaxStat

With COVID-19 numbers on the rise, employers can take the extra step to keep their workplace healthy by implementing a workplace COVID-19 vaccination status program as part of their employee wellness initiatives. COVID-19 vaccines provide many benefits to the organization and keeps the workforce healthy. As part of OnSite Health’s pandemic response, we now offer employers the opportunity to monitor their employee’s COVID-19 vaccination status through VaxStat.

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COVID-19 Isn’t Over Yet: New Mask Guidelines, and What to Know

COVID-19 Isn’t Over Yet: New Mask Guidelines, and What to Know

COVID-19 has been a part of our lives since the early months of 2020 and as the end of 2021 soon approaches, the importance of community health remains a top priority. With the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine, it was hoped that this would control the virus, but due to lack of herd immunity, the pandemic is still evident within our lives. As of July 2021, the CDC released an updated recommendation surrounding new mask guidelines for Americans, here is what you should know.

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How to Tell if you Have a Fake N95 Respirator

How to Tell if you Have a Fake N95 Respirator

Throughout this pandemic, we have pushed the importance of wearing properly fitted respirators. An N95 respirator is considered to be the gold standard for respirators and are used by frontline healthcare workers and medical first responders. However, in recent weeks more than 11 million fake N95 respirators have been seized by the Department of Homeland Security. So, with so many counterfeit respirators making their way into the market, how can you tell if you have a fake N95?

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COVID-19 Testing: The Difference Between PCR and Rapid Tests

COVID-19 Testing: The Difference Between PCR and Rapid Tests

As COVID-19 continues to run its course, COVID testing has provided immense value in containing the spread of the virus. If you are feeling under the weather or believe that you were in close contact with someone with COVID-19, you’re probably looking into the types of testing available to you. In this blog, we are going to look at the differences between the two most commonly used tests to diagnose COVID-19: rapid antigen tests and PCR tests.

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