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Fauci says UK COVID-19 strain could 'cause more damage,' US will test for vaccine efficacy

24 Jan 2021 19:20

Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Sunday that the U.K. variant strain of coronavirus does appear to be more deadly, but what this means for vaccine efficacy is still unknown.

US passes 25 million coronavirus cases

24 Jan 2021 16:58

The United States has surpassed 25 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

Ex-CDC Chief Frieden: COVID vaccines won’t drive cases down for months, but may decrease death rates

23 Jan 2021 19:48

The CDC has updated their guidance Thursday on the coronavirus vaccine administration stating that the first and second approved doses can be given up to six weeks apart. The agency published the changes amid a shortage in vaccine supply.

Final US county hit with COVID-19 is Hawaiian island, ex-leper colony

22 Jan 2021 21:43

The coronavirus has now infiltrated every county in the US, including the smallest one — a remote Hawaiian island with fewer than 100 residents that was home to a leper colony.

Colorado woman expecting COVID-19 vaccine injected with empty syringe

22 Jan 2021 21:38

An 82-year-old Colorado woman expecting to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at a local vaccination clinic was mistakenly injected with an empty syringe, according to a local report. 

Smokers prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine in Pennsylvania: officials

22 Jan 2021 20:44

Pennsylvania health officials this week moved to prioritize smokers for the COVID-19 vaccine. 

CDC says COVID-19 vaccine doses can be given 6 weeks apart, warns jabs are not interchangeable

22 Jan 2021 20:44

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its interim guidance on coronavirus vaccine administration to state that the first and second doses of approved jabs can be given up to six weeks apart. 

Ohio couple dies of coronavirus minutes apart, family says: ‘Our hearts are shattered’

22 Jan 2021 20:40

Dick and Shirley Meek, married for over 70 years, were holding hands as they died within minutes of each other due to the novel coronavirus. Their favorite music played gently in the background.

Risks of COVID-19 disease ‘far outweigh’ vaccine side effects: experts

22 Jan 2021 19:09

The potential for serious outcomes from COVID-19 disease, like hospitalization and death, far exceed the risk of side effects from vaccines, say experts at Johns Hopkins University. 

COVID-19 vaccine supply ‘predictability’ under Biden is solvable problem, health care CEO says

22 Jan 2021 18:33

A leading physician in Massachusetts said COVID-19 vaccine supply “predictability” is a serious but solvable problem under the new Biden administration.

Florida limits COVID-19 vaccines to residents citing limited supply

22 Jan 2021 18:30

Florida is limiting coronavirus vaccines to residents and health care workers who travel to the state to provide care amid scant supply and anecdotes of so-called “vaccine tourism.”

Doctor accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccines for family, friends

22 Jan 2021 16:05

A since-fired doctor in Texas is being charged with theft after officials claim he took a vial of COVID-19 vaccine that contained nine doses back in December.

100-year-old World War II veteran becomes 1 millionth Florida senior citizen to receive coronavirus vaccine

22 Jan 2021 14:34

A 100-year-old World War II veteran from Florida became the state's one millionth senior citizen to receive the coroonavirus vaccine Friday on "Fox & Friends."

Gel packs tied to ‘potentially compromised’ COVID-19 vaccines across states: officials

22 Jan 2021 14:19

Gel packs used for maintaining COVID-19 vaccine temperatures during transport are again in question amid potentially ruined jabs.

FDA approves 1st long-acting HIV drug combo, monthly shots

22 Jan 2021 13:27

U.S. regulators have approved the first long-acting drug combo for HIV, monthly shots that can replace the daily pills now used to control infection with the AIDS virus.

Fauci says working under Biden administration ‘liberating’

21 Jan 2021 23:27

When fielding questions on President Joe Biden's plan to tackle the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the nation’s top infectious expert said he can "let the science speak" under the new administration — a feeling he described as "liberating."

California woman says coronavirius infected entire family, killed her father: ‘This was a shock to all of us’

21 Jan 2021 22:27

A California woman is pleading with others to remain diligent in protecting themselves and loved ones against the novel coronavirus after she and eight other members of her family contracted the disease, including her father, who was killed by it. 

Butternut squash products recalled over listeria contamination concerns

21 Jan 2021 21:12

A variety of butternut squash products are facing a recall over concerns they are contaminated with listeria, according to a recall notice posted to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)  website this week. 

Coronavirus variants pose reinfection risk, scientists say

21 Jan 2021 20:54

Those who recover from coronavirus infection have immunity for at least five to six months, per several early studies, and while re-infections to prior strains were rare, new mutated strains pose a risk of contracting the novel virus again, scientists say.

Biden plan to reopen schools subject to potential changes in coronavirus pandemic, official says

21 Jan 2021 20:53

One of President Biden’s goals of his first 100 days in office is to see to it that most schools are reopened for in-person learning, but after previewing one of the 10 pandemic-related executive orders, the administration’s testing czar conceded the timeline may be adjusted as needed.

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