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[06/19/20]   The history and significance of Juneteenth

As the country grapples to overcome ongoing racial injustices, reflecting upon Juneteenth feels especially poignant this year. We've come a long way, but still have a long way to go.

More than two years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, thousands of Black Americans remained enslaved by owners who refused to comply with the proclamation.

On June 19, 1865, Union troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, to enforce an order: All enslaved people in the state—more than 250,000 people—were free.

Celebrations of the day that came to be known as Juneteenth began as church-organized community gatherings in Texas.

Today, 47 states and the District of Columbia recognize this important date as a holiday or special day of observance.

Juneteenth history

The painful history surrounding Juneteenth reverberates across the nation and around the world.

This year's observance is compounded by recent events that have reignited the significant racial trauma and unrest experienced by our Black employees, customers and communities as a result of the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Tony McDade, Nina Pop, Rayshard Brooks, and racial discrimination against Black men like Christian Cooper.

Juneteenth is an important holiday for all Americans to recognize," said Kelly Navies, museum specialist in oral history at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Navies shared more of Juneteenth's history: Union General Gordon Granger came to Galveston in 1865 with a force of 1,800 to 2,000 troops, some of them members of the United States Colored Troops.

The order he announced read, in part: "The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free."

The announcement still met with delays and resistance from whites, but the event marked a hopeful turning point. In the years afterward, Juneteenth celebrations spread from Texas to other communities during the Great Migration when 6 million Black Americans moved from the South into other areas of the U.S. between 1916 and 1970.

In the 1970s, Juneteenth picked up popularity as an expression of freedom and arts in the Black community, and Texas made it a state holiday beginning in 1980.

"June 19 is a day to reflect on the meaning of freedom, the challenges that we've had to overcome, and the challenges that we still face. It's a time to come together with our families and our communities and talk about steps we can take to move forward in the future.

It is celebrating that we're alive and we made it to this point, even if we still have obstacles to face before us," Navies said.

Navies noted that George Floyd graduated from Jack Yates High School in Houston, Texas. Reverend Jack Yates, a formerly enslaved person, led the effort to buy property for Juneteenth celebrations.

Raising $1,000, Yates and his congregation purchased 10 acres of land in Houston and named it Emancipation Park. It was the only municipal park for Black Americans during the era of segregation.

The colors of the Pan-African flag
Red: The blood that unites all people of Black African ancestry and shed for liberation.

Black: The Black people whose existence as a nation, though not a nation-state, is affirmed by the existence of the flag.
Green: The land and abundant natural wealth of Africa.

Juneteenth is an opportunity to pause and cement this moment in our national history.

To do this, we've raised the Pan-African flag on our campus in Seattle and provided our global workforce access to online learning tools and resources intended to spark conversation and exploration about how we as individuals, teams, and a company can become active participants in dismantling systemic racism, oppression, and inequality around the world.

Let’s salute Amazon

Amazon donates $10 million to organizations supporting justice and equity

Donations to the NAACP, National Urban League, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, and UNCF, among others, seek to support education and justice for Black communities across the U.S.

[06/10/20]   Hello Dental Professionals.

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Addressing the safety precautions we have in place, we are following ADA guidelines including taking temps of patients when they come in as well as office personnel every morning.

We have HEPA filters with UV in the rooms, are only doing hand scaling to avoid aerosols. We have gowns, KN 95 masks, bonnets and give patients a mask when they come in the door, if they don't already have one.

We request that patients wait in their cars until we're ready for them and have created limited seating (4) in a large reception area.

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Happy Mother’s Day To all The Great Mothers still alive and those who have gone on to be with the Lord. From “Songs Mama Use To Sing” On this Tuesday I dedicate this Old Rendition of Amazing Grace Be Blessed....#SongsMamaUseToSing

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Hey My Facebook Family I did not know COVID-19 was going 2 last this long I thought I knew more “Songs Mama Use To Sing” But I don’t so this will be the last one (Sorry) This Was My Mother’s Favorite Song I love to hear her sing it. “His Yoke Is Easy” I better buy a hymnal Lol!!!

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[04/17/20]   Need Associate Dentist! Carrollton GA
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[04/06/20]   Good Morning

Subject: What a coincidence

How great is our God , government arranged lockdown from the 26 March 2020 and the Bible verse Isaiah 26:20 says Go home, my people and lock your doors ! Hide yourself for a little while until the Lords’s anger has passed 🙏🏾✝ isn’t that amazing ?

And further to this....
The Lord commanded a lockdown during passover in Egypt....when the Angel of death passed over..the Israelites where protected by the blood of the lamb - Thursday the 16th of April is when passover ends...

As you all know that's when our lockdown is lifted ....21 days is the 16th.

Gods timing's incredible. Wow and we are all protected guys...so we might think it’s not hard to stay home.

Father God in the mighty name of Jesus! I pray, speak and declare healing all over the land! We are standing and trusting in YOUR promises! By your stripes we are healed! Touch the minds and hearts of our leaders! I humbly ask that your will be done!

I pray a special blessing over the ones that are reading this prayer and passing it on to others!

I declare and decree Victory in Jesus! Amen! Glory God! Amen Say Amen! Now Pass it on!!!!!!! Thanks

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Happy Palm Sunday

The palm branch is a symbol of victory, triumph, peace, and eternal life originating in the ancient Near East and Mediterranean world. The palm (Phoenix) was sacred in Mesopotamian religions, and in ancient Egypt represented immortality.

Though Jesus had been to Jerusalem several times to celebrate the feasts, his final entry into Jerusalem had a special meaning. He was solemnly entering as a humble King of peace. Traditionally, entering the city on a donkey symbolizes arrival in peace, rather than as a war-waging king arriving on a horse.

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[03/18/20]   Anonymous Post from a Dentist

How about some good news!!

How about some positive good news now ?

-China has closed down its last coronavirus hospital. Not enough new cases to support them.

- Doctors in India have been successful in treating Coronavirus. Combination of drugs used: Lopinavir, Retonovir, Oseltamivir along with Chlorphenamine. They are going to suggest same medicine, globally.

- Researchers of the Erasmus Medical Center claim to have found an antibody against coronavirus.

- A 103-year-old Chinese grandmother has made a full recovery from COVID-19 after being treated for 6 days in Wuhan, China.

- Apple reopens all 42 china stores,

- Cleveland Clinic developed a COVID-19 test that gives results in hours, not days.

- Good news from South Korea, where the number of new cases is declining.

- Italy is hit hard, experts say, only because they have the oldest population in Europe.

- Scientists in Israel likely to announce the development of a coronavirus vaccine.

- 3 Maryland coronavirus patients fully recovered; able to return to everyday life.

- A network of Canadian scientists are making excellent progress in Covid-19 research.

- A San Diego biotech company is developing a Covid-19 vaccine in collaboration with Duke University and National University of Singapore.

- Tulsa County's first positive COVID-19 case has recovered. This individual has had two negative tests, which is the indicator of recovery.

- All 7 patients who were getting treated for at Safdarjung hospital in New Delhi have recovered.

- Plasma from newly recovered patients from Covid -19 can treat others infected by Covid-19.

So it's not all bad news. Let's care for each other and stay focused on safety of those most vulnerable, as well as appreciate life going forward more than ever 👏🏼💫🙌🏼

[03/18/20]   Coronavirus is now in all 50 States
God us in Control
In Jesus Name.
Amen

[03/12/20]   ATLANTA, Ga., USA: The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting — one of the nation's largest dental meetings — announced today (March 11, 2020) that it has canceled Hinman 2020, which was scheduled for March 19-21 at the Georgia World Congress Center and Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta.

[03/04/20]   Coronavirus:

What Dentists Need to Know

Leslie S.T. Fang, MD PhD

As of this writing, the coronavirus situation in the United States remains in a state of rapid flux. It is clear there is community-transmission of the virus and death of affected patients in the United States, but it is also clear that aggressive steps for containment are in play in an effort to limit the scope of COVID-19.

Recommendations are therefore predicated upon information that arises daily. You should be mindful of the situation in your local community and the continuing evolution of the disease globally.

The Latest

COVID-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, is now known to be highly contagious with a rapid velocity of transmission. The disease appears to have a fatality rate that is lower than its predecessors, SARS-CoV-1 and MERS-CoV-2. Most fatalities have been elderly patients and patients with pre-existing underlying chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. However, there are anecdotes of young and healthy patients succumbing to the disease, heightening fear.
In 80% of cases, COVID-19, particularly in young, healthy patients, is mild. Those affected have symptoms similar to the cold or flu. In 15% of cases, development of progressive respiratory symptoms may necessitate hospitalization. In 5% of cases, patients become critically ill and require intensive care unit support. Overall fatality is estimated to be about 2%.
Although vaccines have been developed in the United States and China, it will likely take too long for the vaccines to be deployed during this epidemic because of the need for safety testing and clinical trials. Clinical trials with antiviral agents such as remdesivir, chloroquine and others are in place and will hopefully help with development of effective therapeutic agents.

What It Means For You

Obviously, if COVID-19 does not take hold in your community, you should be able to conduct business as usual, but I still caution you to be vigilant because of the highly contagious nature of this disease and the rapid spread of the infection.

As of now, the best protection for dental professional includes a heightened sense of awareness, avoiding unnecessary contact with patients who may have coronavirus, use of appropriate personal protective equipment, and increased attention to personal hygiene.

Risk To Dental Professionals

We are aware of the risk to healthcare workers from the data coming out of Wuhan. Of the initial 44,672 cases, 3,019 (6.75%) were health workers. Seven have died as of February 11. With increasing awareness and the uniform adoption of personal protective equipment, the risk has decreased progressively in Hubei.
Dental professionals are particularly at risk when working on an infected patient because of the close contact with the patient and the risk of blood, saliva and droplet exposure.
CDC (Centers For Disease Control And Prevention) Recommendations

The CDC Recommendations are designed for all health workers. Because of the unique situation dental professionals are in, I have made modifications to tailor the recommendations.
The most important difference between medical and dental professionals in this situation is that a great deal of dentistry can be deferred to a later time, whereas medical professionals are obligated to see patients when they are sick. The modifications to the recommendations have been made to minimize the likelihood of contact with an infected patient.

Modified CDC Recommendations For The Dental Professional

The CDC has recommended attention be paid to:

Administrative controls
Engineering controls
Environmental hygiene
Correct work practices
Personal protective equipment
Strict adherence to standard, contact and airborne precautions
We have made modifications to reflect the circumstances unique to dentistry.
Administrative Controls

Prior to the Patient’s Arrival
On the day before the planned visit, have office staff call every patient on the schedule to indicate that, because of the concerns over coronavirus, they should not come in if:

They are sick with fever, cough, sore throat, muscle pain, or GI symptoms
They have had foreign travels within the past 30 days. This list will change quickly. At the time of the writing, it includes:
China, Hong Kong or Macau
South Korea
Northern Italy (or all of Italy)
Iran
Japan
This includes the airport or a flight connection
The patient should be rescheduled for a time 14 to 30 days later
Upon Patient’s Arrival
There should be a prominent sign directing patients to use a hand sanitizer from a non-touch dispenser stand and to rigorously rub their hands for 20 seconds.

Anyone who is coughing should be given a mask and be asked to seek medical help. These patients should be rescheduled.

All patients should be given a questionnaire and queried about current illness.

The questionnaire should also inquire about travel to endemic areas within the past 30 days, including the airport or a flight connection.

Although this all is an imposition on the staff and the patient, everyone will be appreciative of your concern for their welfare.

It is important to stress that even with all these precautions, an infected patient might still slip through. It is therefore even more important to take every precaution possible to protect yourself and your team.

Engineer Controls

The hope is to optimize ventilation in the operatory. Ideally, air exchange in the operatory six times an hour during opening hours minimizes issues with undue exposure.

This may not be practical in your given set of circumstances, but the ventilation system should be optimized as much as possible.

Environmental Hygiene

Because the coronavirus can live on surfaces for 24 hours+, it is important to keep all surfaces clean and sanitized. While this pertains to the waiting room, the bathroom and the front desk, it is particularly important to disinfect the operatory as frequently as is feasible.
Common cleaners such as 0.1% sodium hypochlorite, 0.5% hydrogen peroxide and 62-71% ethanol have all been shown to be effective.

Correct Work Practices

Good hand hygiene is the most important protection for dentists and their staff:

Thoroughly wash hands with soap and water
Lather hands with soap
Lather the back of hands, between the fingers and under the nails
Scrub hands for at least 20 seconds
Rinse off
Dry hands with a clean disposable towel or air dry

Other correct work practices include:

Attention to sharps safety
Attention to injection safety
Attention to waste disposal
Attention to sterile instruments and devices

Personal Protective Equipment

Dental Professionals and Staff

Dental professionals are used to wearing a mask, gown and gloves. Because the coronavirus is an airborne virus, conventional surgical masks are not adequate. Depending upon potential exposure, dental professionals and staff should consider wearing:

An N95 Mask/Respirator
Ordinary surgical masks have pores of about 2-10 microns while the N95 masks/respirators have pores of about 0.3 microns

The coronavirus is about 0.12 microns in diameter
Face shield protection
Goggles
Gown
Gloves

It’s also important to not touch your face. Be careful not to touch your face when taking masks and shields off.

Front Desk Staff

Front desk staff also should have N95 masks/respirators for their protection.
A barrier should be established between the patient and the front desk staff

Front desk staff should stay at least 6 feet away from symptomatic patients
Strict Precautions

Full contact and respiratory precautions should be in place including deployment of:

Gowns
Gloves
N95 mask/respirator
Goggles
Face shield
Hand hygiene
Sharps safety
Injection safety

An Evolving Situation

The recommendations outlined are subject to change as the clinical scenario evolves. However, they are certainly reasonable cornerstones to help dental professionals navigate these troubled times.

Good luck and take good care of yourself, your team and your patients.

About The Author

Leslie S.T. Fang received his PhD degree in Physiology and Biophysics from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. He did his medical training at Harvard Medical School and completed his residency training at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He maintains an active practice in Internal Medicine and Nephrology and is a teacher at Harvard Medical School. He is the co-author of the textbook Principle and Practice of Oral Medicine and Oral Medicine Secrets and of an interactive DVD on Antibiotics in Dentistry in the EndoMagic Interactive Teaching Series. His chairside resource, “The Ultimate Cheat Sheets,” was voted the Best Product of 2008-2015 by Clinicians Report and is now designated a Classic in Educational Product.

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