While people are hearing about mouth, nose and hand protection to stay safe from COVID-19, many may be overlooking protection for a key body part—their eyes.
With Pennsylvanians now required to use face masks when out at essential businesses to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, covered faces are becoming more normal. But for the bespectacled among us, that can often mean dealing with foggy eyeglasses.
When it comes to health, wellness and care, the first part of 2020 has been almost entirely focused on the novel coronavirus and resulting COVID-19 illness—and for good reason, as the number of cases around the world skyrocketed and governments took precautionary measures to ensure their most at-risk populations stay safe.
Whether an employee is handling heavy machinery or filing spreadsheets on a computer, clear vision is necessary to get the job done as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Versant Health, a leading national managed eye health and vision plan company, has named Lula Richards as their new chief compliance officer, according to an announcement from the company.