Category Archives: HIV/AIDS pandemic

What If: Will the United States Become Less Centralized? . by Alice B. Clagett *

Awakening with Planet Earth

Written and published on 6 December 2019
Prior title: What If the United States Became Less Federal and More Regional in Government? 

  • ECONOMIC STRESSORS THAT MAY LEAD TO DECENTRALIZATION OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
  • CAVEATS REGARDING POSSIBLE LOCI OF SOCIAL UNREST
  • ON MAINTAINING A POSITIVE ATTITUDE IN THE FACE OF CHANGE
  • POSSIBLE FUTURE UNITED STATES ECONOMIC REGIONS AND TRADE REGIONS
    • HIV Pandemic Economic Stressor 1: One Eastern Economic Region Including the Southern States and the Eastern Seaboard
    • HIV Pandemic Economic Stressor 2: An Eastern Seaboard Economic Region and a Southern Economic Region
    • Western Economic and Cultural Stressors: Northwest Economic Region and California Central Valley Economic Region
    • Jade Helm Stressors: A Utah-Colorado Trade Region; a Texas Trade Region; a Mexican Trade Corridor; and a Florida-Caribbean Trade Corridor
    • Southwestern Arid Region: Small Town and Native American Reservation Citadels
    • Central Breadbasket Economic Region
    • Possible Future Capital Cities of the United States
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Community Health Call to Action: HIV Testing and Segregation in Health Care and Education? . by Alice B. Clagett

Awakening with Planet Earth

Written on 4 December 2019 and published on 5 December 2019

  • CALL FOR HIV TESTING AND SEGREGATION OF HIV-POSITIVE HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS IN SENSITIVE HEALTH CARE SECTORS
  • CALL FOR HIV TESTING AND SEGREGATION OF HIV-POSITIVE CHILD CARE, DAY CARE AND GRADE SCHOOL CARE GIVERS, EDUCATORS, AND CHILDREN

Dear Ones,

There is, I feel, an urgent need here in the San Fernando Valley, California,for testing and segregation of HIV-positive people in sensitive health care and education sectors  as follows …

CALL FOR HIV TESTING AND SEGREGATION OF HIV-POSITIVE HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS IN SENSITIVE HEALTH CARE SECTORS

In addition, at the present moment it is of great importance to monitor the HIV status of United States physicians, especially surgeons  and others who perform invasive procedures, and the HIV status of phlebotomists (medical technicians who draw blood).

We must decide, community by community, whether those in sensitive health care positions who test positive…

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