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This recommendation is the same as the Southern Hemisphere flu vaccine recommendation. For more information, visit Influenza Vaccine for the 2022-2023 Season FDA"}},{"@type": "Question","name": "How much flu vaccine is expected to be available during the 2022-2023 flu season?","acceptedAnswer": {"@type": "Answer","text": "

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Flu vaccine is produced by private manufacturers, so supply depends on manufacturers. Vaccine manufacturers have projected that they will supply the United States with as many as 173.5 million to 183.5 million doses of influenza vaccines for the 2022-2023 season. These projections may change as the season progresses. All flu vaccines for the 2022-2023 season will be quadrivalent (four component). Most will be thimerosal-free or thimerosal-reduced vaccine (93%), and about 20% of flu vaccines will be egg-free.

CDC has annual educational campaigns to increase awareness about the importance of seasonal flu vaccination. For the 2022-2023 season, CDC will continue to emphasize the importance of flu vaccination beginning in September and for the entire flu season. The agency will conduct targeted communication outreach to specific groups of people who are at higher risk for developing serious complications from flu. Communication strategies for providers and the public will include:

No. Flu vaccines do not protect against COVID-19. Flu vaccination reduces the risk of flu illness, hospitalization, and death in addition to having been shown to have other important benefits.

FDA-approved antiviral medications for treatment of influenza have no activity against SARS-CoV-2 viruses, nor do they interact with medications used for treatment of COVID-19 patients. If a patient who is at higher risk for influenza complications is diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2 and influenza virus co-infection, they should receive antiviral treatment for influenza.

Maddie Hofmann, a 47-year-old trans woman born in Korea and raised in the U.S. by their adoptive family, was killed by police in Malvern, Pennsylvania on May 19, 2022. According to a GoFundMe organized by a family friend, Maddie was one of six siblings. They had a deep bond with their younger sister, Emily, who was also adopted from Korea.

On social media, beloved tributes were pouring in for Martasia Richmond, a Black transgender woman killed in Chicago on July 11, 2022 and pronounced dead early on the morning of July 12, 2022. Of her passing, HRC's Director of Community Engagement for the Transgender Justice Initiative Tori Cooper said "at 30 years old, she should have decades ahead of her to spend with those she loved. Her death was not only unjust but part of an alarming trend of anti-transgender violence in Chicago and in this country at-large."

Kitty Monroe, a Black trans woman, was a beloved friend and loving mom to her four small dogs named Chyna, Milan, Tokyo and London whom she posted countless photos of on social media. She was killed outside Memphis in Cordova, Tennessee, on June 29, 2022.

Brazil Johnson, a Black trans woman, was a passionate LGBTQ+ activist, a beloved daughter and a talented chef. In an interview with CBS58 News, the mother of Brazil Johnson, Bernita Gildart, said her daughter was a passionate chef and that the kitchen was like a haven for her. Johnson was killed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on June 15, 2022.

Tatiana Labelle, a 33-year-old Black transgender woman, was a Chicago native who was loved by her friends and family. She was a fan of Mariah Carey and Patti Labelle. On March 18, 2022, Labelle was found dead in Chicago. Although details are currently unclear, her death has been ruled a homicide and detectives are continuing to investigate.

The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual international campaign that kicks off on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs until 10 December, Human Rights Day.

In support of this civil society initiative, the United Nations Secretary-General launched in 2008 the campaign UNiTE by 2030 to End Violence against Women, which runs parallel to the 16 Days of Activism.

During its first phase, more than 5 million people signed a global petition to make ending violence against women a top worldwide priority. Between 2009 and 2013 the campaign also led to over 5 million actions in partnership with over 900 civil society organizations globally.

In 2012, ahead of the 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women which focused on ending violence against women. UN Women launched the COMMIT initiative, asking governments to take a stand by making new and concrete national commitments to end violence against women and girls.

By the end of 2013 the European Union as well as 63 nations had joined the initiative, announcing specific measures to address and prevent violence against women and girls. These ranged from passing or improving laws, ratifying international conventions, launching public awareness campaigns, providing safe houses or free hotline services and free legal aid to survivors, supporting education programmes that address gender stereotypes and violence. It has also led to increases in the number of women in law enforcement, peacekeeping forces and frontline services.

To address the escalation of violence against women and girls in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, in 2020 the United Nations Secretary-General urged all governments to make the prevention and redress of violence against women and girls a key part of their national pandemic response plans. The appeal was answered in a statement by 146 Member States and Observers, expressing strong support.

February/March 2022. Theme: Ending violence against women and girls in the context of climate change and the annex to this action circular summarizing the agreed conclusions on CSW66.

Five years ago, the #MeToo movement, founded by activist Tarana Burke in 2006, exploded and sparked global mobilization creating a moment of urgency in preventing and responding to violence against women and girls.

This campaign, led by the UN Secretary-General and UN Women since 2008, aims to prevent and eliminate violence against women and girls around the world, calling for global action to increase awareness, promote advocacy and create opportunities for discussion on challenges and solutions.

Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is one of the most widespread, persistent and devastating human rights violations in our world today remains largely unreported due to the impunity, silence, stigma and shame surrounding it.

That's how many women and girls are killed by someone in their own family. Let's stop this clock and take action to end violence against women & girls NOW. Find out more in the new report on Gender-related killings of women & girls.

85% of women globally have experienced or witnessed digital violence against other women. That is the case of Olimpia Coral, who shares her story along with 15 other women from different countries who suffered digital violence. Remember, virtual is real.

A Siena College poll of likely voters in mid-October found 54% supported the referendum and 26% opposed it; while 20% said they were either undecided or did not intend to vote on the measure. Of likely Democratic voters, the poll found 78% supported the referendum, while only 6% were against it (15% were undecided or not planning to weigh in). Republicans had a different perspective, with 52% against the measure, 23% in favor, and 18% undecided (7% did not plan to vote).

VAWA 2022 reauthorized the grant program and authorized a new program to reimburse Tribal governments for expenses incurred in, relating to, or associated with exercising STCJ. The Act authorized an annual appropriation $25 million combined for both the grants and reimbursements, of which no more than 40 percent may be used for reimbursements. VAWA 2022 also made Alaska Tribes eligible for this funding. Current information on these programs, consultation with Tribes on their administration, and available funding is available at -affairs and -solicitations. Information on other related DOJ funding opportunities for Tribes is available at

This position paper is concerned withvaccines and vaccination against seasonal(epidemic) influenza. In recent years, therehave been important developments in the field of influenza vaccines, e.g. new data have emergedon the epidemiology of influenza in developing andtropical countries, quadrivalent influenza vaccines(QIVs) have been introduced and new vaccine technologies have been developed, including the use of cellculture, recombinant protein vaccines and adjuvantedand high-dose vaccines for use in older adults.

The global average remains unchanged for over a decade at just 43 out of 100. More than two-thirds of countries score below 50, while 26 countries have fallen to their lowest scores yet. Despite concerted efforts and hard-won gains by some, 155 countries have made no significant progress against corruption or have declined since 2012.

It is important to note that workers taking 2022 SPSL as of December 31, 2022 could have continued to take the leave they were on even if the entitlement extended past December 31, 2022. For example, an employee who exhibited symptoms and was recommended to isolate on December 28, 2021 could have continued to utilize the 2022 SPSL they would be entitled to even if that isolation was required to extend into January 2023, and be paid for the time according to the requirements of the 2022 SPSL law.

After December 31, 2022, workers who were not paid the SPSL they were entitled to when they were unable to work in 2022 due to COVID-19 can still request pay from their employer or file a claim with the Labor Commissioner.

2022 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave provides for two separate banks of leave, each of up to 40 hours. The first bank of COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave, up to 40 hours, is available to covered employees unable to work or telework due to any one of the following reasons: 041b061a72


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