ductive health care, including contraception and abortion, will remain secure in Massachusetts regardless of what the Supreme Court finally does with the case before it.
We hope we have identified governance changes that will make future tragedies in that setting much less likely. The legislature still has more work to do to assure that elderly or disabled veterans in every region have access to the care they need, whether in a “home” or at home.
This post offers follow-up responses to comments made on my recent posts about COVID-19 vaccines.
For me, the ongoing harm to health care system is the most compelling argument for vaccine mandates.
I am completely unable to step into RFK Jr.’s world in which a few ruthless titans are pulling strings for profit.
I generally support the vaccine and mask mandates that our public health authorities have imposed so far.