With demand for COVID-19 vaccines waning, officials are closing some mass vaccination sites while doubling down on getting the reluctant inoculated.
The authorization potentially paves the way for millions of the doses to reach needy countries through a U.N.-backed program rolling out vaccines.
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A data analysis found businesses received PPP loans at higher rates in majority-white communities than in those in areas with Latino, Black or Asian majorities.
After COVID-19 patients died in hospitals, nurses helped handle their belongings, which they knew would be precious to family members.
It’s not yet known whether COVID-19 vaccines can affect your period, but researchers are starting to study the issue.
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Teams of experts also warn that a ‘substantial increase’ in hospitalizations and deaths is possible if unvaccinated people do not follow precautions.
The number of COVID-19 patients reported statewide Monday was 1,608 — the lowest since tracking began on March 30, 2020.
An up-close view of how the coronavirus infects cells in the brain and spinal cord helps explain the neurological symptoms of some COVID-19 patients.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for young adults ages 12 and older by next week, setting up shots for many before the beginning of the next school year.
Last year the World Health Organization launched a program that aimed to scale up production of COVID-19 vaccines in Latin America, Asia and Africa. Pfizer and Moderna refused to participate.
‘Long COVID’ patients may be at risk from a possible second pandemic of opioid addiction, given the high rate of painkillers being prescribed to them.
U.S. health officials see two kinds of people: Those who are vaccinated and those who aren’t. They’re trying to get unvaccinated Americans to switch sides.
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