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New White Paper Seeks to Improve Maternal Immunization Rates

HealthyWoman among numerous prominent organizations addressing maternal immunization rates

8/3/2021 6:25:00 PM

Despite proven benefits to mom & baby, maternal immunization rates in the U.S. remain low. New white paper explores opportunities to address barriers to maternal vaccinations. Read more: RaiseMaternalVxRates

HealthyWoman among numerous prominent organizations addressing maternal immunization rates

Medically ReviewedDespite well-documented evidence of the efficacy, safety and benefits of maternal immunization and the recommendations of healthcare providers, many pregnant women do not receive essential vaccines that protect their babies against influenza, tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough (Tdap). Only 40.3 percent of pregnant women in 2019–2020 received both flu and Tdap vaccines, and rates were far lower in some populations due to racial and ethnic coverage disparities. Without these critical vaccines, mothers and their babies are left unprotected to potentially life-threatening complications should they contract such a disease. Despite ongoing effort to increase education about the importance of maternal immunization rates, they still remain low.

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A new white paper,Improving Maternal Immunization Status: Working Toward Solutions to the Policy, Data, and Implementation Challenges Driving Suboptimal U.S. Maternal Vaccination Rates, provides a better understanding of the factors that may be contributing to continued maternal immunization challenges.

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COVID-19 live updates: Vaccinations up more than 200% in hardest hit states, White House saysThe United States is facing a COVID-19 surge this summer as the more contagious delta variant spreads. Thots and prayers. Shit! He is vaccinated. When did that happen? Good news

The White House doubles down and says it can't extend the eviction ban without CongressThe White House on Monday said it couldn't renew a now lapsed eviction ban without Congress, urging state and local governments to prevent evictions on their own. The senate would note vote on it while working on infrastructure. Why should they? Ffs, people need to pay their God damn rent, what about homeowners who have a mortgage? Or *gasp* those evil property owners who have a mortgage that renters help pay? Fuck the anti-rent people who want to live in someone elses place for free.

Expiration of eviction moratorium leaves White House and congressional Democrats scramblingWhite House officials on Monday described a behind-the-scenes scramble over the weekend to locate any legal avenue for the administration to continue barring evictions. The effort ultimately came up short, the officials said. You’d have to get congress to you know… pass legislation! I know its scary cause they would have to be accountable. As it should have. We don't need moratoriums. Businesses have been begging for workers for months. I just think this was going to have to end. How long can you live for free? I really worry for anyone in this position but we all knew it would end.

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Pelosi presses White House to reinstate COVID-19 eviction moratoriumWASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday put fresh pressure on the White House to reinstate a COVID-19 pandemic-related residential eviction moratorium after lawmakers failed to extend it before it lapsed over the weekend. House Democrats made an effort https://www.reuters.com/legal/government/us-house-take-up-residential-eviction-moratorium-extension-2021-07-30 to extend the moratorium implemented by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to Oct. 18 but a Republican congressman blocked their bid to pass the measure by unanimous consent on Friday. The moratorium has protected millions of Americans who have fallen behind on rent from being forced from apartments and houses.