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Urgent Community Alert From CHEMED

CHEMED this afternoon released the following urgent message to TLS:

We would like to make the community aware that there is a continuous flow of new Covid cases in the community. Several of these cases are resulting in hospitalizations, miscarriages and other serious complications. Unlike at the beginning of the pandemic, when mostly the elderly and males were at risk, we are now seeing several hospitalizations of women in the 35-45 year old range.

Please be aware of the tremendous risks involved lo aleinu and take the necessary steps to protect yourselves.

Please speak to your doctor about your personal level of risk and whether you should being taking a vaccine in pregnancy, regardless of whether or not you have previously had Covid.

We join the community in davening for a speedy end to this terrible disease.

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There are 10 Comments to "Urgent Community Alert From CHEMED"

  • Covid Plasma Initiative says:

    Urgent message from COVID plasma Initiative: Please be aware that monoclonal antibody treatment might work for some patients including pregnant women. Call 848-2-plasma or LRBCOL 732-905-3020 to learn more.

  • avraham says:

    Does anyone have any clue when will Chemed be offering the vaccine.
    Or maybe the question should be, when will the next shipment of vaccines arrive in Ocean County. I called Ocean Medical Center in Brick, they also have no vaccines on hand.
    Good Shabbos and a healthy Shabbos to everyone
    Good weekend and a healthy weekend to everyone

  • A Yid says:

    Get IVERMECTIN!

  • helpful tip says:

    ochd.org told me to go online and refresh the page as many times as needed because there may be cancellations which will open up some doses for other people. we need to ask the health department to report back to the governor about the shortage so that trenton can allocate enough doses for ocean county to distribute the vaccine fairly and effectively.

  • CPI says:

    Monoclonal treatment is available outpatient for high risk COVID positive patients. If you have COVID and may qualify reach out to us at 828-4-plasma to find out, it can save lives! Treat Early Treat Wisely!

  • Anonymous says:

    The vaccine is not FDA approved, still in experimental stages and has NOT been studied in pregnant women. We do not know the effects it will have on both mother and baby. Hydroxycloroquine and ivermectin are both safe and effective medications to combat corona.

  • 911 First Responder says:

    Did you know that the 9/11 terrorists in Gitmo are getting the vaccine as I write this, before the 9/11 first responders? That’s right, the killers are getting it but the heroes that are suffering from numerous conditions including cancer from doing their sworn duty are at the back of the line.

  • nj says:

    PLEASE don’t just sit in bed getting sicker and sicker ch’v.
    Get a pulse ox and measure oxygen levels constantly!
    Low oxygen levels should be dealt with right away!
    Please take Vitamin D – but NOT mega doses!
    Contact the somech and save a life hotlines – there are MANY safe treatments available (medicines and herbal etc.) that WORK!
    Ivermectin, monoclonal antibodies, Zelanko protocol, enzymes, drops form EY, ginger, etc. etc.
    (Of course, all treatments, interventions etc. should be done under medical guidance and supervision.)

  • Nj guy says:

    Everyone should be aware, you do not need to reach out to covid plasma initiatives or even your physician to get approved for the monoclonal antibody infusions.

    You do need to meet eligibility criteria, but if you do, all you need is a positive test and to visit a local emergency room that has it in stock.

    Reaching out may help you locate who has it available as it is being rationed out to each state in 2 weeks cycles.

    It would be helpful maybe to put a thread on the Lakewood scoop with a list of criteria and updated every few days of which local hospitals have it in stock.

  • CPI says:

    Thank you NJ Guy, your info is most helpful. To find out monoclonal criteria and hospital listings you can go to http://www.plasmaheroes.com or reach out to our hotline or LRCOL 7329053020.