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Health: Park County Health Departments - Moderna COVID-19
As vaccine distribution stalls, non-clinical volunteers are desperately needed — and their reward is a shot in the arm
As vaccine distribution stalls, non-clinical volunteers are desperately needed — and their reward is a shot in the arm
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Health: Washington Times - Prevent
The highly contagious coronavirus variant from the U.K. could become the dominant strain circulating the United…
The highly contagious coronavirus variant from the U.K. could become the dominant strain circulating the United States by March, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned this week.
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Health: United States - COVID - avril - untold - doses
The answer hinges on that often-misunderstood concept of herd immunity, made all…
The answer hinges on that often-misunderstood concept of herd immunity, made all the more complicated by the emergence of two variants of the coronavirus that seem to spread more rapidly
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Health: COVID
…record for daily deaths was set on Dec. 22, when 120 people died.
The state Department of Health Services reported 128 deaths Saturday. The previous record for daily deaths was set on Dec. 22, when 120 people died.
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Health: Juan Rico - irrigated - Hermleigh - culls
…food and farm workers to be prioritized.
Labor advocates point to resistance from officials and other difficulties in getting food and farm workers to be prioritized.
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Health: Florida Department - DeSantis - connect
Some media coverage suggests those with the resources and…
Some media coverage suggests those with the resources and connections can get a shot, while everyone else must wait. Is there a better way?
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Health: David Kessler - Joe Biden - vaccinations - spelling
…sluggish effort on vaccinations.
The appointment of David Kessler comes as Biden has begun spelling out plans to speed up the Trump administration’s sluggish effort on vaccinations.
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Health: coronavirus - pandemic - viewing
…virtual viewing and learning experience in 2021.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers of the annual Bald Eagle Days celebrations are offering a virtual viewing and learning experience in 2021.
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Health: Associated Press - coronavirus - wrenching
…further burdening overwhelmed hospitals.
Federal health officials warned that the far more contagious variant of the coronavirus could be the dominant source of U.S. infection by March, and would likely lead to a wrenching surge in cases and deaths, further burdening overwhelmed hospitals.
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Health: coronavirus - cumbersome - 68-year-old - portal
…protect themselves from the coronavirus.
A cumbersome online portal, long lines at some vaccination sites and other hurdles awaited people eager to protect themselves from the coronavirus.
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Health: Washington Post - United Kingdom - United States
The highly contagious variant of the coronavirus first…
The highly contagious variant of the coronavirus first seen in the United Kingdom will become the dominant strain in the United States within about two months
Hospitals (archive) across the country are stretched to the brink with COVID-19 patients, medical staff… Sura NualpradidSeattletimes
Health: COVID - reckoning - bedside - stretch - brink
…and the death toll is soaring....
LONDON — The moment of reckoning British officials have warned about for months has arrived. Hospitals across the country are stretched to the brink with COVID-19 patients, medical staff are at their breaking point, and the death toll is soaring....
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Health: 20-year-old - Valdosta - fear - bikes
…old golfer Lauren Yankee, who stopped breathing in…
Adrian College mourns the sudden death of 20-year-old golfer Lauren Yankee, who stopped breathing in a Valdosta, Georgia, hotel room
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Health: vaccinated - Ahmedabad
Prince George’s County in Maryland on Monday will move to its next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination plan, making the…
Prince George’s County in Maryland on Monday will move to its next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination plan, making the shots available for more people.
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Health: Pacific Northwest - updating - pandemic
…spread of the coronavirus in Washington state.
We’re updating this page with the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the Seattle area, the Pacific Northwest and the world, including stats about the spread of the coronavirus in Washington state.
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Health: world-leading - Donald Trump - pandemic - York City
Experts blame the Trump administration's pandemic response for the…
Experts blame the Trump administration's pandemic response for the United States' world-leading death toll. \
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Health: Jessica Christian - rollout - Chronicle
…arrival of an even more contagious coronavirus strain.
“We’re really in a race now,” says one coronavirus expert amid efforts to speed the vaccine rollout before the arrival of an even more contagious coronavirus strain.
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Health: vaccinations - outsourcing - coronavirus - continuation
The dependence on Israel for vaccinations is a continuation of years of necessary outsourcing of Palestinian health.
The dependence on Israel for vaccinations is a continuation of years of necessary outsourcing of Palestinian health.
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Health: transparency - doses
Lawmakers and medical professionals are calling on the state to provide more transparency on its…
Lawmakers and medical professionals are calling on the state to provide more transparency on its distribution plan — or, at least, a little more notice for how many doses counties will get per week.
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Health: Snyder - Inquirer - access - halls - incentives
Colleges likely will weigh how best to encourage vaccination and make it accessible; whether to require it for certain…
Colleges likely will weigh how best to encourage vaccination and make it accessible; whether to require it for certain groups of students, such as athletes or those who live in residence halls or study abroad; and whether monetary or other incentives could help
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Health: NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan - long-term
Some staff in hospitals and long-term care facilities don’t want to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
Some staff in hospitals and long-term care facilities don’t want to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's why and what employers are trying to change their minds.
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Cars: COVID-19 - respiratory - variant - Roychoudhury
…bug’s ability to dodge immune defenses, but researchers don't think the variant is spreading.
Three COVID-19 infections in Washington were caused by virus with a mutation that might boost the respiratory bug’s ability to dodge immune defenses, but researchers don't think the variant is spreading.
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Politics: Candice McDaniel - Disease Control - review-journal
The bureaucracy and COVID vaccines.
The bureaucracy and COVID vaccines.
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Health: Detroit News - Greater Rochester - inhalation
Many of the cats suffered smoke inhalation,…
Many of the cats suffered smoke inhalation, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester said, and it wasn’t clear whether all of them would survive
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Health: Peruvian COVID - Tuesday Sep - coronavirus - breathes
…world in an all-out campaign to vanquish the threat.
The global death toll from COVID-19 topped 2 million Friday as vaccines developed at breakneck speed are being rolled out around the world in an all-out campaign to vanquish the threat.
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Crime: Yvette Tomasita Montemayor - Latin American
…who was scheduled to give birth to her ninth child around Christmas.
December should have been a happy month for Yvette Tomasita Montemayor, who was scheduled to give birth to her ninth child around Christmas. But Montemayor, ...
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Health: Legislature’s COVID - Texas House - coronavirus
This is a developing story check back for updates.
This is a developing story check back for updates. AUSTIN — A Texas House member tested positive for the coronavirus after attending the first three days...
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Health: pandemic - stereo - mimics - iPod - CD - Choose
Q: Like a lot of people, I haven’t been driving much during the pandemic.
Q: Like a lot of people, I haven’t been driving much during the pandemic. I couldn’t start the car one day, had it jumped, and drove right to the dealership, where they replaced the bat…
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Health: Washington Times - Kolkata - administered
Norwegian health officials are warning about the possible risks of COVID-19 vaccines for frail,…
Norwegian health officials are warning about the possible risks of COVID-19 vaccines for frail, elderly people following reports of deaths linked to the shots.
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Health: Russ Grabb - RCMP Supt - Lori Culbert - enduring
…though, are down five to 10 per cent.
Retired RCMP Supt. Russ Grabb shares his story of enduring cancer treatment during a pandemic. Diagnoses, though, are down five to 10 per cent.
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Health: Anthem Community - Clark County - vaccinations
…Clark County and other parts of the state, with those 70 and older now eligible.
By Rhonda Prast / Las Vegas Review-Journal Sun City Anthem Community Center COVID-19 vaccinations have begun in Clark County and other parts of the state, with those 70 and older now eligible.
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Health: Human Services - coronavirus - tracking
…state Department of Health and Human Services.
The latest figures bring the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Michigan to 535,534 and deaths to 13,804\u00a0since the virus was first detected in March, according to tracking by the state Department of Health and Human Services.
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Health: more-transmissible - United Kingdom - COVID
…transmissible strain of the coronavirus first…
A variant, more-transmissible strain of the coronavirus first identified in the United Kingdom has been detected in a woman from the Philadelphia area, officials announced Friday.
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Health: coronavirus - reproduce - pandemic - camaraderie
BOSTON — Organizers of the Boston Marathon —…
BOSTON — Organizers of the Boston Marathon — postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic — have launched a virtual Athletes’ Village to reproduce at leas…
National Guard
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Health: Washington Post - out-of-town - John McDonnell
…occupied by National Guard troops deployed to the region.
Hotels that normally house out-of-town visitors are occupied by National Guard troops deployed to the region.
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Health: Wisconsin System - nursing - clinics
…u00a0UW pharmacy and nursing students.
The program will deploy nine mobile vaccination teams around Wisconsin, staffed by the National Guard and\u00a0UW pharmacy and nursing students.
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Health: Las Vegas - miserable - appalled - molester
…2021 in North Las Vegas.
By Mary Hynes / Las Vegas Review-Journal A pre-loaded shot and record card as some of the first veterans locally get their COVID-19 vaccine shots at the VA Southern Nevada Health Care System on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021 in North Las Vegas.
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Health: Glenn Harvey - dominating - Brian - aspects - writer
…that are set to invade our lives this year.
We’re looking at another year of internet services dominating many aspects of our lives, says tech writer Brian X. Chen. Here are four tech trends that are set to invade our lives this year.
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Culture: Realtek PCle GbE Family Controller - one-year-old
…and finding local tech help.
Patrick Marshall answers your personal technology questions. This week's topics include why a computer's download speeds dropped substantially, filtering Gmail emails, and finding local tech help.
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Health: Drug Administration - United States - COVID-19
…Center Montgomery received Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine Friday.
Staff at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery received Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine Friday.
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Happy Frog - oftentimes - nutrients - capsules
…this application is made depends on the growth of the plant.
The months of January and February are the time to apply fertilizer to landscapes. When precisely this application is made depends on the growth of the plant.
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Health: Delta Hospice Society’s - objections
…objections will have to vacate facility by end of March.
B.C. hospice that refused to provide medical assistance in dying based on religious objections will have to vacate facility by end of March.
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Health: subtitles - streaming - Vudu - In German
…Little Sister” Not Rated. In German and French with subtitles.
“My Little Sister” Not Rated. In German and French with subtitles. On Amazon, Vudu, Direct TV and other streaming platforms Grade: A- Switzerland’s entry into the Oscar race, the powerful, en…
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Health: Kathryn Braisted - Armen Ghazarian - wavelengths
Even so, their wavelengths just seemed out of sync.
Even so, their wavelengths just seemed out of sync.
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Health: Operation Warp Speed - Human Services - then-Food
…develop vaccines and treatments.
Kessler will work out of the Department of Health and Human Services, assuming responsibility for the scientific side of Operation Warp Speed, an effort to rapidly develop vaccines and treatments.
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News: irreversible - librarian - diagnosis - verbally
Social isolation is difficult for anyone, but advocates say…
Social isolation is difficult for anyone, but advocates say that for residents with Alzheimer's or dementia, a lack of visits and decrease in mental stimulation can accelerate cognitive decline that in some cases may be irreversible.
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Health: Umair Shah - COVID - crested
Shah came to Washington as cases of COVID-19 crested their...
The Seattle Times sat down for a video chat on Wednesday with Dr. Umair Shah, who took over the top post at the Washington state Department of Health last month. Shah came to Washington as cases of COVID-19 crested their...
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Health: Philly Fights COVID - vaccinations - Langjahr
…but those with some serious conditions are angry they weren't on the list.
Philadelphia is making vaccine accessible to people with high risk conditions, but those with some serious conditions are angry they weren't on the list.
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Finance: Instacart Inc. - Trader Joes - Alexandra Olson
…encourage their workers to get the shots.
As vaccinations continue across the U.S., some companies are offering financial incentives to encourage their workers to get the shots.
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Health: Jay Inslee - doses - United States Department
After learning the federal vaccine reserve…
After learning the federal vaccine reserve is apparently barren and won't provide a boost of doses to states, Washington Gov.
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Health: Internal Medicine - secret shoppers - buprenorphine
…restricted by the federal government.
Buprenorphine, a popular opioid addiction treatment drug, has long had its prescribing restricted by the federal government.
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Health: adrenaline - discharge - cortisol - spigot
Most of us need more than one way to…
Most of us need more than one way to discharge adrenaline and turn off the cortisol spigot, an internist says.
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Health: Thiara Grandison - coronavirus
…according to a Johns Hopkins e…
The slow speed of coronavirus vaccine rollout could be accelerated by broadening eligibility, a balancing act that would need to come with doses that can meet demand, according to a Johns Hopkins e…
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Health: Glenda Luymes - advice
to rest by seeking legal advice.
After months of questions, the premier wants to put the issue of whether government can ban travel into B.C. to rest by seeking legal advice. Experts say the legal answer has been clear for some time.
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Health: COVID-19 - congratulate - Zoom - appreciated
You can stop sending the “thinking of you” messages because…
You can stop sending the “thinking of you” messages because they are not being appreciated, Abby writes
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Finance: Gordon Hoekstra - tolls
Seniors advocate wants to find out why some homes were able to stop outbreaks, while others had large death tolls
Seniors advocate wants to find out why some homes were able to stop outbreaks, while others had large death tolls
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Health: coronavirus - Karen Weintraub - Elizabeth Weise
…remain about the origin of the coronavirus that causes the disease. The answers matter.
As the U.S. marks one year since its first case, questions remain about the origin of the coronavirus that causes the disease. The answers matter.
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exercising - spikes - rollers - aggressive
…develop pain they can’t work through. Foam rolling can help prevent injury.
A common reason people stop exercising is because they get injured or develop pain they can’t work through. Foam rolling can help prevent injury.
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Health: vaccinations - deceiving - Trump - bitterly - ramp
Governors bitterly accused the Trump administration Friday of…
Governors bitterly accused the Trump administration Friday of deceiving the states about the amount of COVID-19 vaccine they can expect to receive as they ramp up vaccinations for senior citizens a…
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Health: animal-borne - Michigan Photography - covid-19
…integrating sample preservation and collection…
In age of covid-19, integrating sample preservation and collection into scientific study will add a tool to humanity’s arsenal against animal-borne plagues, report says.
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Health: Ivanka Trump - Secret Service - insurrection
…Trump's house can go to the bathroom.
Plus, Dozens of people on the FBI’s terrorist watch list came to D.C. on the day of the insurrection, and the Secret Service is spending $144,000 so agents protecting Ivanka Trump's house can go to the bathroom.
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Health: Jessica Christian - eroding - rollout
…eroding trust in California’s vaccine rollout.
A link allowing people to skip the screening process has spread throughout the Bay Area, resulting in mass confusion and eroding trust in California’s vaccine rollout.
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Health: co-workers - unattended - newcomer
…casinos and presidential security officials have obtained the shots.
The country has not approved a vaccine for general use, but Chinese workers at online casinos and presidential security officials have obtained the shots.
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Health: Defense Production - Joe Biden - administer
President-elect Joe Biden said he will use the Defense Production Act to…
President-elect Joe Biden said he will use the Defense Production Act to boost manufacturing of coronavirus vaccines and set up “thousands” of community vaccination sites as he aims to administer 1…
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Health: dementia-related - COVID - Gallery
…related deaths, at least through the end of November, was\u00a016% higher than expected.
The number of dementia-related deaths, at least through the end of November, was\u00a016% higher than expected.
President-elect Joe Biden
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Health: Joe Biden - incoming - coronavirus - bungled - FEMA
The incoming president said he will use FEMA to build vaccine centers in schools and stadiums as the U.S.
The incoming president said he will use FEMA to build vaccine centers in schools and stadiums as the U.S. death toll approaches 400,000.
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Health: President-elect Joe Biden - coronavirus - uniting
Getting 100 million shots in Americans’ arms in Biden's first 100 days is only the beginning of his coronavirus plan
Getting 100 million shots in Americans’ arms in Biden's first 100 days is only the beginning of his coronavirus plan
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Health: Doug Burgum - Bismarck Tribune - COVID - McCleary
…COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations due to the coronavirus.
Doug Burgum on Friday said he will drop a statewide mask requirement as well as limits on the number of people who gather in restaurants, bars and event venues, citing a dramatic drop in active COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations due to the coronavirus.
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Health: Dallas Morning News - American Airlines - COVID-19
Throughout the day Friday, DFW Airport had recorded...
Gusty winds at DFW International Airport forced a temporary ground stop of planes Friday afternoon. Throughout the day Friday, DFW Airport had recorded...
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Health: Camden County Department - Margarita Camacho
…the policy had already changed, and no stockpile exists.
States were anticipating a windfall after federal officials said they would stop holding back second doses. But the policy had already changed, and no stockpile exists.
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Environmental Information - National Centers
…but in weather, normal is decidedly abnormal.
The nation is about to get a new set of climate normals, but in weather, normal is decidedly abnormal.
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Health: coronavirus - frustration
The state’s announcement that people 65 and older will be able…
The state’s announcement that people 65 and older will be able to get the coronavirus vaccine has produced frustration as appointments and even information are nearly impossible to come by.
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Health: biden - invoke - coronavirus - unveiling - pandemic
…u00a0and invoke a wartime production law to…
BIden will add clinics, bolster the public health workforce\u00a0and invoke a wartime production law to ensure adequate vaccine supplies.
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Health: North Texas - Pannell - tracie - pandemic
Tracie Pannell is willing to drive as far as she needs to…
Tracie Pannell is willing to drive as far as she needs to for a vaccine. Pannell, 55, moved a few years ago from Plano about 40 miles northeast to the tiny...
InquirerInquirer
Health: science-based - evidently - inbox
…coronavirus has appeared in the region.
Those federal vaccine reserves evidently don't exist. Meanwhile, the new strain of the coronavirus has appeared in the region.
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Health: so-called - epidemics - passports - relied
The so-called vaccine passports could be required to return to some schools and offices.
The so-called vaccine passports could be required to return to some schools and offices.
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Health: Washington Post - affordable - Falls
Snowshoeing, which is growing in popularity, is simple, affordable and “…
Snowshoeing, which is growing in popularity, is simple, affordable and “charmingly old school.”
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Health: Public Health - Commonwealth-wide - coronavirus
Massachusetts will not move forward with its planned requirement for students to get the flu shot,…
Massachusetts will not move forward with its planned requirement for students to get the flu shot, saying it’s looking to shift vaccination resources to the coronavirus shots.
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…countries should not require proof of vaccination (illustration) by incoming travelers amid the pandemic. Grook Da OgerSeattletimes
Health: South Africa - incoming - pandemic - COVID-19
…require proof of vaccination by incoming travelers amid the pandemic.
…the WHO's Emergencies Committee issued new recommendations that countries should not require proof of vaccination by incoming travelers amid the pandemic.
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Health: pandemic - shaped
…shaped the stories that Milwaukee PBS is telling in early 2021.
The COVID-19 pandemic has both been a story and shaped the stories that Milwaukee PBS is telling in early 2021.
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Health: self-esteem - long-term - scoldings - spouse
Spouse believes the scoldings may cause long-term damage to…
Spouse believes the scoldings may cause long-term damage to the pup’s self-esteem.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A partnership with the Trump administration has reduced disparities in Alaska (archive) Native… Dhilung KiratSeattletimes
Health: COVID - disparities - anchorage - coronavirus
…treatment and protective equipment, tribal health care leaders said.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A partnership with the Trump administration has reduced disparities in Alaska Native access to COVID-19 testing, treatment and protective equipment, tribal health care leaders said.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — U.S. pharmaceutical company Pfizer (archive) has said it will temporarily reduce…Seattletimes
Health: Geir Bukholm - upgrades - Denmark - Norwegian
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — U.S. pharmaceutical company Pfizer has said it will…
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — U.S. pharmaceutical company Pfizer has said it will temporarily reduce deliveries to Europe of its COVID-19 vaccine while it upgrades production capacity, Norwegian health officials said Friday.
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Health: Medical City McKinney - Dorothy Swan - strains
Dorothy Swan, 104, was diagnosed with COVID-19 and two strains of the flu after going to the hospital on New Year’s Day.
Dorothy Swan, 104, was diagnosed with COVID-19 and two strains of the flu after going to the hospital on New Year’s Day. Nine others in her family also...
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Health: COVID-19 - Angela Cortez - AARP - complete
…either because of a lack of internet access or a lack of familiarity with technology. It has been hell for one...
As states across the U.S. roll out the COVID-19 vaccine, many using online signups, some senior citizens are struggling, either because of a lack of internet access or a lack of familiarity with technology. It has been hell for one...
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Health: Wisconsin Evers - President Mike Pence - tirade
Evers called the news about the reserve \
Evers called the news about the reserve \
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Health: COVID - Sentinel - coronavirus - cautionary
…the coronavirus pandemic is overblown.
I’m sharing my story as a cautionary tale, aimed primarily at those who still think, after all these months, the coronavirus pandemic is overblown.
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Health: Miriam Adelson - mourns
Miriam Adelson mourns next to the grave of…
By Boaz Bismuth Israel Hayom Dr. Miriam Adelson mourns next to the grave of her late husband, Sheldon Adelson, at his funeral on Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, in Jerusalem.
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Health: COVID - vaccinations - Rochelle - contributor
…encourage your loved ones to do the same, and commit to the second shot.
We will work to make COVID vaccinations easy to get. We need you to sign up, encourage your loved ones to do the same, and commit to the second shot.
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Health: Bay Area - coronavirus - sluggish
…Area experts about how to solve the problems.
Here are some of the big reasons for the sluggish coronavirus vaccination rollout in California, and some suggestions from Bay Area experts about how to solve the problems.
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Health: South Lawrence East Elementary School
The Centers for Disease Control and…
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning that the more contagious coronavirus strain first reported in the United Kingdom could become the dominant strain in the United States in M…
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Health: shifting
…focus from one major public health issue to another.
The COVID-19 pandemic has placed an even greater burden on our strained public health system and supply chains, shifting focus from one major public health issue to another.
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Health: Gavin Newsom - Rich Pedroncelli - As California
Gavin Newsom’s rollout of the coronavirus vaccine.
As California enters the final stretch of its 10-day sprint to vaccinate a million more people against COVID-19, the state is far short of its goal — another potential blow to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s rollout of the coronavirus vaccine.
Health: Covid - convalescent - probing - examining - Oxford
study examining convalescent plasma as a therapy for Covid-19 was ended after a finding that the treatment touted by…
A U.K. study examining convalescent plasma as a therapy for Covid-19 was ended after a finding that the treatment touted by Trump doesn’t work
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Health: Keith Roach - Detroit News - The COVID - pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic certainly is having an effect on measles vaccination, Dr. Roach writes
The COVID-19 pandemic certainly is having an effect on measles vaccination, Dr. Roach writes