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COVID Q&A: Top Boston Doctors Talk School Masking Study, Flu and RSV

November 16, 2022

Top Boston doctors debate whether students should mask up after a study found that mandates cut COVID cases in Boston-Area schools, plus talk about flu and RSV during NBC10 Boston’s weekly “COVID Q&A” series.

Winter Wellness - Winter Viruses
Whether it’s a common cold, the flu, COVID-19 or respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) spreading through our homes, schools and workplaces, it’s hard to make it through the winter unscathed. But there are things you can do to prevent some illnesses and to help stop the spread.
Employee Vaccinations Required by October 1, 2021
Every day we have the privilege of helping people heal and become their best, healthiest selves. These individuals turn to us when they are most vulnerable and trust that we will care for them safely. To serve them well, we also must be our healthiest and best selves and the best way to be healthy amidst this ongoing pandemic is vaccination.
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“I’m absolutely going to get it, yes!,” said Dr. Steven Sbardella, the chief medical officer at MelroseWakefield Hospital. “I hope to be one of the first ones to get it.”

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