ክትባትን ጥሶ የማለፍ ጉዳዮች ምንድን ናቸው? ጽሁፍ
ምናልባት ክትባትን ጥሶ የማለፍ ሁኔታዎች ስለሚለው ቃል ሰምተው ሊሆን እና እነዚህ ምን እና ምን ማለት እንደሆኑ ለማወቅ ፈልገው ሊሆን ይችላል።
ጥሶ የማለፍ ሁኔታዎች የሚፈጠሩት ክትባቱን ሙሉ በሙሉ የተከተቡ ሰዎች አሁንም በCOVID-19 ፖዘቲቭ ሆነው ሲገኙ ነው። ይህ የተለመደ ነው። የትኛውም ክትባት 100% ውጤታማ አይደለም።
ተጨማሪ ሰዎች በተከተቡ ቁጥር ተጨማሪ ጥሶ የማለፍ ጉዳዮች እንሰማለን።
ከአስር ሰዎች ውስጥ ዘጠኙ የተከተቡና አንዱ ያልተከተበ ነው ብለን እንውሰድ። አስሩም ለCOVID-19 ተጋላጭ ከመሆናቸውም በተጨማሪ የሁለቱ የምርመራ ውጤት ፖዘቲቭ ሆኖ ተገኝቷል። አንዱ የተከተበ እና ሌላኛው ያልተከተበው ሰው።
ግማሽ ያክሉ በበሽታው የመያዝ ሁኔታዎች ጥሶ የማለፍ ሁኔታዎች መንስኤዎች ቢሆኑም እንኳ ሌሎች ስምንት የተከተቡ ሰዎች በCOVID-19 የተነሳ ያልታመሙ በመሆኑ ምክንያት ይህ አሳሳች ሊሆን ይችላል።
የቫይረሱ የተለያዩ ዝርያዎች እየተሰራጩ በሄዱ ቁጥር ጥሶ የማለፍ ሁኔታዎች የበለጠ ሊያጋጥሙ ቢችሉም እንኳ ክትባቱን ሙሉ በሙሉ የተከተቡ ሰዎች በጽኑ የመታመም ወይም ሆስፒታል የመግባት እድላቸው በእጅጉ ያነሰ ነው። ስለሆነም ክትባቶቹ ይሰራሉ ማለት ነው!
ይህ ሆስፒታሎች ሁሉንም ሰው ለማስተናገድ የሚችሉ በቂ አልጋዎች ያሏቸው መሆኑን እና ድንገተኛ እንክብካቤ የሚያስፈልጋቸው ሰዎች አልጋዎቹን በፍጥነት ማግኘት የሚችሉ መሆኑን ለማረጋገጥ በእጅጉ አስፈላጊ ነው።
ክትባቱን መውሰድ እራስዎንም ሆነ በዙሪያዎ ያሉ ሰዎችን ከCOVID-19 መከላከልን ለመርዳት ተመራጩ ዘዴ ነው።
ስለ COVID-19 በተመለከተ ተጨማሪ መረጃ ለማግኘት የሚኔሶታ የጤና መምሪያ/ Minnesota Department of Health ድረገጽን በ:
Charlie Hill was the first Native American stand-up comic to appear on a late night talk show. Richard Pryor first hosted Hill on his show in 1977. David Letterman and Jay Leno would go on to do the same later in Hill’s career. Beyond stand-up comedy, Hill broke into to movie business as an actor, refusing to be typecasted.
“They only ask you if you can ride a horse. They don’t care if you can act or not,” Hill shared with First Person Radio. “And they always cast you in westerns. It’s like we don’t exist in contemporary times.”
Hear more about Hill’s Legacy in this story by Britta Greene.
Social media and banner photo: Charlie Hill performing on Late Night with David Letterman. Soundcloud image: Hill performing on The Richard Pryor Show. First Person Plural on KFAI is funded in part by the Minnesota Humanities Center with money from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund that was created with the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.
KFAI Fresh Air Incorporated is looking for an energetic and motivated leader for the position of General Manager. KFAI is a mission-driven, volunteer-based community radio station delivering information, arts, and entertainment programming to the Twin Cities of Minnesota since 1978. Always evolving, KFAI aims to provide access to underserved or marginalized populations by fostering relationship-building and meaningful, lasting partnerships between communities of diverse racial, social, and economic backgrounds while upholding values of democracy and social justice.
The General Manager leads a small hard-working staff, and a community of creative and socially engaged volunteers who are committed to expanding the future of KFAI in an ever-changing media landscape. As an essential member of the Twin Cities radio community, KFAI’s new leader is powered by resilient curiosity, who finds great joy in collaboration and is committed to upholding the values and mission of the organization.
Read More › “Job Opening – General Manager (Deadline Extended)”
This week, Sam talks to Author Chris Stark, about her novel Carnival Lights
Originally aired September 28, 2021.
Liz opens the show with Thom Henninger to discuss baseball and politics in The Pride of Minnesota: The Twins and the Turbulent 1960s.
After the break, Annie welcomes Jai Chakrabarti to talk about research, characterization, and survivor’s guilt in A War at the End of the World.
Originally aired September 21, 2021.
Dave starts off the hour talking to Randy Luallin about his Maroons series. After the break, Liz and Robert Dugoni discuss The World Played Chess.
This fall marks the 30th anniversary of one of Minnesota’s most celebrated baseball moments: the Twins’ 1991 World Series championship. But 2021 marks another milestone tied to the region’s baseball legacy. This year, Toni Stone would have been 100 years old. Stone, who spent a formative era of her youth in St. Paul, was the first woman to play professional baseball.
“People didn’t really know why she was signed. They thought it was like a gimmick,” says baseball historian Frank White. “But she played, and could play defense. Very quick runner, very fast runner.”
Listen to our story, produced by KFAI’s Mike Moen.
Banner image by Mike Moen, Soundcloud and social media image courtesy of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Support for MinneCulture on KFAI comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Sod House Theater brings Booyah to the people with their most recent show, “Arla Mae’s Booyah Wagon.” Conceived by Minnesota theater artist Sarah Agnew, the show has travelled to all parts of the state, offering whimsical, creative theater to communities far from the urban center. KFAI’s Sheila Regan shares the story.
Banner photo by Sheila Regan, souncloud image courtesy of Sod House Theater. Support for MinneCulture on KFAI comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.