Tag: centers for disease and control prevention

Ashley Moody Tells Floridians Stop Posting COVID-19 Vaccine Cards Online

Moody initially warned of scams associated with vaccine card posts in February, but since then, millions of Floridians have received a vaccine. With the ramp up in vaccinations occurring throughout the state, comes an increased risk of fraud related to the inoculations. Vaccination cards issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) include the recipient’s full name, birthdate and vaccine location—information scammers can use to hack online accounts or commit identity fraud.

Ron DeSantis Calls for CDC to Rescind No-Sail Order, Plans to Use Stimulus Funds...

“The federal government has provided guidance to all other passenger transportation modes and other industries; however, it has failed to issue guidance for the cruise industry to assist in its recovery,” the governor’s office noted.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Jeanne Shaheen Want More Funds for Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Child...

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the severity and frequency of family violence and sexual assault, with increased isolation, economic insecurity and limited access to services leaving victims particularly vulnerable.

Gus Bilirakis: Congress Needs to Pass School Suicide Prevention Bill

With Tuesday being World Teen Mental Wellness Day, Bilirakis showcased a proposal he is backing to “encourage schools to implement evidence-based suicide prevention training for students in grades 6 through 12.”

National Media Blames Ron DeSantis For Slow Rollout of COVID-19 Vaccine

The article alluded to the DeSantis administration’s plans to release the vaccine, insisting it has not shown much leadership, calling the effort “sort of lawless, a free-for-all.”