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Rebirth carry on its education, advocacy and outreach activities around the Delmarva area since the inception of the COVID 19.

We had been and still in the middle of the Covid-19 on our FCC licensed community base radio station to educate, inform,  share the news about the Covid, such as.

We brought in healthcare experts and local officials in our studio to talk about these topics.

  1. what is Covid?

  2. How can people protect themselves?

  3. What is community spread?

  4. How can people protect themselves?

  5. What does CDC say about it?

  6. What should people do if they get sick or someone in their household?

  7. How can people prepare for COVID -19 at work?

  8. What are the symptoms?

  9. Where should people get tested?

  10. What is contact tracing? 

  11. Mitigating the fear of the Covid 19 Vaccination 

    1. Stop, inform and educate about misinformation on Covid-19 vaccin

    2. inform and educate about conspiration theory

    3. Where and when to take the vaccine

We drove around the cities and county to pass on flyers, talk to the community about Covid and go on 9 different testing sites to help with translating, interpreting and contact tracing. From those particular outreaches we have reached and we touched over 2000 people.


Learning Objectives

● Identify how chemicals enter the body
● Recognize the risks of chemical exposure and the health effects
● Understand ways workers can protect themselves from chemical exposure
● Identify the Personal Protection Equipment according to occupation Key Points
● Chemicals can enter the body through (exposure routes) eyes, mouth, nose and skin.
● Factors that influence the effect of a chemical include: age, gender, size, tolerance, interaction with other chemical, dose or how much, time or how long and health status.
● Workers can protect themselves from chemical exposure.

Learning objectives

● Identify musculoskeletal injuries
● Identify risk factors related to overexertion, inadequate postures and repetition of tasks
● Recognize forms of protection and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries
● Identify resources that can help the worker to stay free of musculoskeletal injuries
Key points to discuss
● All of us are at risk of musculoskeletal injuries that affect muscles, nerves, blood vessels, ligaments, tendons and bones, regardless of the work we do
● Musculoskeletal injuries are very common and if not treated can cause long-term problems
● Musculoskeletal injuries can be prevented and there are many steps a workers can take to identify risks and change certain practices to protect themselves

Learning objectives

● Identify worker rights and responsibilities
● Recognize the role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
● Describe "Workers Compensation"
Topics to discuss
● Workers have rights and responsibilities in their workplace. It is important that they understand these rights.
● Workers should know that they can contact the OSHA regional offices and that calls are anonymous.


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