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(answered) – 1) Read the following email and answer the Student exercise


(answered) – 1) Read the following email and answer the Student exerciseDescriptionSolution downloadThe QuestionHi,I attached the document which has 2 questions related to professional communication.1) Email followed by questions2) Video link followed by question.Please help me.Thanks,1) Read the following email and answer the Student exercise questionsFrom:Sent:To:Subject:Timothy CraigWednesday, October 28, 2009 10:30 AMALL EMPLOYEES, ALL OFFICESPandemic newsYou may have read that President Obama declared a ?National Emergency? over the weekend todeal with the ?rapid increase in illness? from the H1N1 influenza virus. The news release wenton to say this declaration is not tied to the current case count, but was more so designated toallow the federal government more power to help states by lifting bureaucratic requirements ?both in treating patients and moving equipment. I felt the timing of this announcement affordedan opportunity to distribute some additional information to you.First, a reminder. In my email of August 27 I captioned that Carebridge, our employee assistanceplan provider, had provided us with an excellent primer on the seasonal flu and the H1N1 fluviruses. I urged each of you at that time to take a few minutes to read this information, print it offand share with the members of your family. You can access this important information throughKey Web, Departments (Human Resources), Wellness Program, selecting the last tab, flu andpandemic planning.I also wanted to respond to some questions I have received regarding the reporting to workguidelines to follow if a family member has a confirmed case of the H1N1 virus. I will drawfrom the text of the answer to this specific question as it is written on the website of the CDC Center for Disease Control. ?Employees who are well but who have a family member at homewith the 2009 H1N1 flu can go to work as usual. These employees should monitor their healtheach day, and take everyday precautions including covering their coughs and sneezes andwashing their hands often with soap and water, especially after a cough or sneeze. If soap orwater are not available, they should use an alcohol-based hand rub (i.e., the company providedbottle of Purell). If they become ill, they should notify their supervisor and stay home?. Moredetails of the treatment to follow should someone in your household get the flu are highlighted inthe Key Web material captioned above.We are nearing the completion of the administration of the regular seasonal flu vaccine in alloffice locations. The question has been asked several times if we will similarly be administeringthe H1N1 vaccine. That answer is quite simply, ?No.? However, we received this announcementfrom Capital Blue Cross earlier today. Employees and their family members who are coveredunder one of the ?Blue Programs?, and who receive the H1N1 vaccine from a provider on theirapproved registry, to include mass immunization clinics such as schools and other public venues,will be covered for the full cost of the vaccine and its administration. The cost will not be subjectto any deductible, copayment or coinsurance. Non participating providers, those not on theregistry, are being instructed to submit claims on behalf of the Member, but the Member isresponsible for the provider?s charge to administer the vaccine. Capital Blue Cross willreimburse the Member up to the plan allowance of $ 17.00 for the administration of the shot.This approach will apply to all employees in all geographic areas provided you are participatingin our medical plan. So if you are participating in our medical plan, you can receive an H1N1vaccine at no cost from a qualified provider and you can be reimbursed up to $17 for receiptfrom a non-qualified provider.F


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