Fast Covid-19 Recovery is a network of support teams helping individuals recovering from alcohol or drug addiction recover. The network was created to strengthen and enable spouses, families and loved ones to connect while working towards the same goal. This community connects those who are living with addiction, their families, caregivers, friends and colleagues. This community offers training and education to empower people who are living with addiction to succeed. Here are some of the events we will be celebrating.
Celebrate this anniversary
We will be celebrating our twenty-fifth anniversary in the coming year. As we celebrate this anniversary, we will be hosting a number of events to celebrate our success. Some of these events include; organizing and presenting the annual Auto Dealerships’ Annual Convention, serving as hostess at the Florida Auto Dealerships convention and working with our national Auto Dealers Associations to enhance our nationwide auto dealerships program. In addition to attending these events we will also be highlighting our twenty-year anniversary celebration in January. The goal for this celebration is to raise our membership base and continue to advocate on behalf of our members.
During the month of January, we will celebrate our ten-year anniversary as a nation. Since 2021, we have experienced one of the worst pandemics we have ever faced. Although, it has taken longer for us to respond to this pandemic than others, we have responded quickly and are taking steps to ensure that this does not happen again. One such step involves the implementation of a powerful and innovative fast covid-19 recovery strategy and an aggressive second wave of federal actions. Our goal is to make sure that every American has access to the health care they need and deserve.
National Affordable Health Care Rebate Assistance
The first event that I will highlight in my agenda for the meetings that will take place in Washington D.C. and later in the states is our National Affordable Health Care Rebate Assistance Team. This team will be leading the charge on preparing and implementing our first national healthcare plan. This team includes Representatives men; Ranking Members; Committee Members; Moms and Pop; along with many other key influencers. We will work with the States to implement a single payer system, which will help reduce the burden of taxation by making the costs more affordable. The President and his Administration have also included important elements to this plan including; tax credits for employers who offer affordable insurance to their employees; requiring insurers to cover certain portions of spouses’ and children’s medical expenses if the individual does not get coverage from an employer; requiring teenagers to be enrolled in Medicaid; and requiring all individuals above 21 to enroll in the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
West Nile Virus.
The second agenda item is to implement a vaccine diplomacy strategy. In September, the World Health Organization declared that the West Nile Virus was recently found in Arkansas. This virus is transmitted through mosquitoes, and recently, the Arkansas health department released a flu vaccination schedule after it was discovered. If this virus spreads out of control in other states, the global health system will be put into jeopardy. Therefore, the President and his administration are working feverishly to find a way to prevent international spread of the West Nile Virus.
Fast Covid-19 recovery meeting
Another item that I will be focusing on during the Fast Covid-19 recovery meeting in Washington D.C. is shared concerns about a new hepatitis B vaccine that has just been approved by the FDA. This vaccine is currently being tested on people who are HIV positive or have an unconfirmed HIV infection. This vaccine is not intended for everyone, but there have been questions raised about whether or not it should be required for people who are HIV positive. Many people have made concerns about whether or not this new vaccine will increase the number of people who contract HIV or AIDS. My position on this is shared with you.
Historic natural disaster
At the current time, we are dealing with the aftermath of a historic natural disaster, and we also have a huge economic and social issue that is impacting the United States and the rest of the world. These issues must be addressed and we cannot let international politics, drug trade threats, and vaccine nationalism dictate what the United States wants to do. We must work closely with our international partners and focus on rebuilding the strength of our first line of defense. The president and his team are committed to ensuring that we respond in an appropriate manner, and we must ensure that we work together to strengthen our country and prevent another catastrophic event before it happens.
West Nile Virus recovery
There is still a lot of confusion and frustration in the US with the recent outbreak of the West Nile Virus. However, we must continue to work together to protect the American people and to prevent the importation of dangerous viruses like the West Nile Virus. It is important to remember that the United States Government is fully committed to protecting all Americans from this disease. I encourage all residents in Georgia and in other states to visit their local health departments and report any potential symptoms of West Nile Virus infection. I will also be working closely with Georgia health officials and local community leaders to make sure that pregnant women and children who may have questions about this virus are referred to trusted health care providers.