Color Health will offer telehealth and phone sessions to some Oregonians, including those aged 65 and older and those with compromised immune systems.
More boosters are available in pharmacies than at pediatricians’ offices, but the priority is to get kids their first series of shots.
Most applications for government disability benefits are initially denied, leading to a lengthy appeals process.
More than 200,000 Oregonians have likely experienced long COVID-19, causing significant health issues and financial pain.
California data shows that number of people dying from COVID-19— and the demographics of those falling victim — has shifted notably from the first two years.
Problems were largely overcome when the Oregon Health Authority began working with community organizations to improve access.
Op-ed calls for more information about cost versus benefit as vaccine-makers prepare to hike prices.
Some medical centers are now offering cognitive rehabilitation to patients with long COVID.