Hospitalizations Going Up Leaves 2 Choices

Jul 26, 2021 2:11 pm

image



Hospitalizations Going Up Leaves 2 Choices

With COVID 19 hospitalizations going up and this new variant seeming to be more contagious and deadly people are left with either two choices:


  1. Get Vaccinated
  2. Get A Burial Policy


There are so many families being forced to sell plates, create Go Fund me accounts and apply for funeral assistance when this doesn't have to be the case. It's a morbid way to look at this, but people who don't make the responsible decision now, could leave surviving families members in a tough situation later.


I see and hear it EVERYDAY.


At this point people have made up their mind on the vaccine, but it is unfortunate that family members of the ones with COVID suffer just as much; emotionally and financially.


Again it doesn't have to be this way.


***Hops off soapbox***


Easiest Way To Find A COVID 19 Vaccine

If anyone is considering getting the vaccine one of the easiest ways to find a location is at a government website called Vaccines.gov.


The feature that I like most about this website is the ability to choose your vaccine whether it be Moderna, Pfizer, or Johnson & Johnson.


After entering your zip code Vaccines.gov will show you a list of pharmacies near you with the specific vaccine you or a client is seeking. It's very easy to use.


Houston Healthcare Jobs

New positions like a Admin Coordinator position topping out at $75K, case management, Behavioral Health Tech positions, and more can be found on Houston Healthcare Jobs.


Visit the site to sign up for daily or weekly updates if you are open to other health care opportunities in Houston or if you are seeking talented healthcare professionals you can add your job postings for free.


Have a great work week my friend!


Nick

HoustonCaseManagers.com


P.S. - If you were forwarded this email and want more community resources like this feel free to jump on the email list. While I can't enter case notes or mileage into the system for you, as a consolation I can delivery Houston community resources to your inbox every Monday morning.











Comments