In this Bi-Weekly Issue
In this biweekly issue:
🗺 U.S. COVID-19 Map + Trends
🆒 Modern Day Transport
🌡 1 or 2?
🦺 Training to Respond
As always, lots of information can be found on our website. Have a productive week!
Learn | Practice | Improve
A) U.S. COVID-19 Map & Trends
A Vaccine Tracker by the Mayo Clinic.
The simple-to-navigate Mayo Clinic vaccine tracker website is high up on the Google search list for multiple reasons. With plenty of white space, colorful maps, and choices on how data is presented, this COVID-19 vaccine site has it all.
- vaccine rates by state
- vaccine rates by age
- 14-day forecast
- FAQs and more
View hot spots on a state and/or county level. And when you get tired of present-day data, learn about the history of major disease outbreaks, epidemics, and pandemics, as well as the impact vaccines and research have had: history.
News & Promotions
A) Modern Day Vaccine Transport
The easiest and safest way to carry vaccine!
Don’t let the excuse of being too busy get in the way of upgrading the way you transport/carry/distribute vaccines. Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers make water and ice look like a square wheel. You can’t afford not to make the change!
If you haven’t already, watch this 113-second explainer video to see the simplicity and effectiveness of Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers.
B) Data Logger Question
One probe or two?
VeriCor carries a quality line of digital data loggers (DDLs) thousands of customers turn to for simple, dependable temperature monitoring. When on the phone with customers, a question that often comes up is: “Should I get one probe or two?” The resounding answer is TWO. For just $15 more, a second probe gives the option to monitor two zones at once (i.e., ambient temperature; freezer and fridge; two locations in the cooler, etc.). And even if you don’t need two zones, for just $15 more, it gives you a backup probe to use if the first one gets lost or broken.
C) As you get back to preparedness…
…remember to schedule staff training.
By design, Response-Friendly® Systems (found in 48 states) are intuitive and sustainable. However, if time and resources are scarce and an exercise is needed to deploy or maintain the system, give us a call. Our staff can give your team quality training on maximizing the system while minimizing your stress and time involved. You choose a package that fills your need from essential how-to management to full-out disaster scenarios. Call (608) 526-6901 today to speak with a training specialist.