Otero County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 40% of people fully vaccinated
Alamogordo Daily News on MSN.com
Some 40% of people living in Otero County are fully vaccinated as of Oct. 5, according to data from the New Mexico Department of Health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers someone fully vaccinated two weeks after they've been given a single-dose shot (Johnson & Johnson) or a second shot (either Pfizer or Moderna).
Russia reports record 929 COVID-19 deaths
Russia has registered 25,133 new COVID-19 cases and record 929 coronavirus-related deaths over the previous day, as the country battles a new coronavirus wave that has the potential to break records
Andrew Wiggins receives COVID-19 vaccine
Golden State’s Andrew Wiggins has been vaccinated and will be available for all games this season.Source: Twitter @ShamsCharania What’s the buzz on Twitter? Marc Stein
Aryna Sabalenka to miss BNP Paribas Open due to coronavirus
In a piece of heartbreaking news, Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka is going to miss the Indian Wells BNP Paribas Open because of contracting coronavirus. WTA’s second-ranked Sabalenka got slated as the first seed since the first ranked player Ashleigh Barty dropped out of the tournament earlier.
UK records another 30,301 coronavirus cases
LONDON. KAZINFORM - Another 30,301 people in Britain have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases in the country to 7,871,014, according to official figures released Saturday, Xinhua reports. The country also recorded ...
New Zealand tightens travel rules as Covid-19 spr
Australia reported more than 1,900 new infections of the Delta coronavirus on Sunday, health data showed, with authorities struggling to quell the outbreak in the two most populous states and cases spreading to new states.
COVID-19 vaccine clinic planned in Medora
The Jackson County Health Department has announced it will conduct a COVID-19 vaccine clinic from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Medora Senior Citizens Center, 52 W. Main St., Medora.
COVID-19 Cases Among Children Continues to Rise
Ortiz At the start of the pandemic, older individuals and those with immunocompromised systems were the main concern. As the pandemic has progressed and variants continue to mutate, the new concern is children.
COVID-19 vaccine booster shots arrive in Jackson
Jackson Hole News & Guide
Booster shots, the long-anticipated answer to the more contagious delta variant of COVID-19, have arrived in Teton County, helping residents breathe a bit easier through their third winter with the
COVID-19 vaccination clinic set for Oct. 16 in Manning
MANNING - To follow up from the vaccination clinic on Sept. 11, the City of Manning in partnership with HopeHealth, the Department of Health and Environmental Control and Emory University in Atlanta will hold a vaccine clinic
Ethiopia reports 1,410 new COVID-19 cases
Ethiopia has registered 1,410 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, taking the nationwide tally to 347,084 as of Friday evening, the country's Health Ministry said. The ministry reported 48 new COVID-19-induced deaths and 1,
Would You Pop A COVID-19 Pill To Get Back To A ‘Normal’ Life?
A new COVID-19 medication has been introduced that could reduce chances of hospitalization and death by 50%. Molnupiravir, which was introduced by Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics, could become the first oral antiviral that fights COVID IF-19 if it’s approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.
'Aladdin' Broadway show resumes a day after Covid-19 cases canceled performance
Disney's "Aladdin" on Broadway resumed Thursday night, one day after it was canceled because Covid-19 cases were detected within the theater company, the show said. The production was paused Wednesday -- one night after officially returning-- becoming the first-known show cancellation due to Covid-19 since Broadway began reopening earlier this month after shutting down in March 2020 due to the pandemic.
Governor Hogan To Provide COVID-19 Update Today At 2PM
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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is encouraging all eligible people in Maryland to get a COVID-19 booster vaccine. “If you are confused about boosters, you are not alone,” said Governor Hogan. “In spite of that,
Covid-19 vaccine for kids
Pfizer/BioNTech awaits authorization of a Covid-19 vaccine for kids younger than 12. In a matter of days, the company will submit data on children ages 5 to 11 to the FDA for consideration. Almost 26% of all Covid-19 cases nationwide have been in children according to American Academy of Pediatrics.
AstraZeneca Stock Creeps Higher on Covid-19 Vaccine Update
A large U.S. trial showed AZN's Covid-19 vaccine prevent symptomatic disease AstraZeneca PLC (NASDAQ:AZN) is in the spotlight today, after a large U.S. trial showed the drugmaker's Covid-19 vaccine demonstrated 74% efficacy in prevent symptomatic disease.
COVID-19 spread remains high across Mat-Su
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
The Mat-Su Borough has reported over 220 positive cases of COVID-19 over the last two days as the state continues to deal with hospital capacity shortages. The current
Andrew Wiggins has COVID-19 vaccine religious exemption denied
Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins had his request for a religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine denied by the NBA on Friday. The league's decision means Wiggins will not be allowed to participate in Warriors home games due to the San Francisco Department of
Global action to end the COVID-19 crisis
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, a well-coordinated global response is more important than ever. Drawing on insights from our broad array of partners, our foundation has identified a number of critical actions that can help stop the spread of the virus,
Yemen Reports Spike in COVID-19 Deaths
The number of COVID-19 deaths in Yemen reached 1,638 after cases increased during the third COVID-19 wave. Yemen's National Emergency Committee for COVID-19 recorded 37 new confirmed cases and ten deaths,
COVID-19: Vaccinations rise as 499 new cases reported
More than 2,000 Saskatchewan residents received their first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine Saturday, as the province reported the second highest amount of new cases ever, and one new death. The 499 new cases announced Saturday come after a record-breaking week,
IUP reports 11 new COVID-19 cases
Indiana University of Pennsylvania has received notification from the Pennsylvania Department of Health that 11 IUP students have tested positive for COVID-19 during the week of Sept. 10 through Sept.
37 new COVID-19 cases Friday
The state Department of Health Kaua‘i District Health Office announced 37 new cases of COVID-19 Friday. Friday’s cases are all residents — seven are children and 30 are adults. All 37 cases are considered community-acquired.
32 cases of COVID-19 confirmed in school district
The Marshalltown Community School District confirmed 32 new cases of COVID-19 among students and employees on Friday. • Total cases among students: 27 • Total cases among staff: five Last week’s report included 19 new cases with 15 among students and four among staff.
NMCP reestablishes COVID-19 testing tents
Portsmouth (NMCP) reestablished its outdoor COVID-19 testing tents, Sept. 10. An outdoor COVID-19 testing site was first created at NMCP in March 2020 when large white tents were put up to triage, test and treat low-acuity patients who suspected they had COVID-19,
Warning: Bradley County Covid-19 Scam Alert
Bradley County authorities warn about a scam in their community involving fake health department employees. The scammers go door to door and present false identification that they work for the health department.
These Are All The COVID-19 Tests I Needed To Take On A 3 Week International Trip
To say that taking a ridiculously long series of COVID-19 tests was shaping up to be the least anticipated part of my trip to England and Greenland would be something of an understatement. I can’t say that there’s anything I enjoy about having a long swab stuffed up my nose — but the real pain was figuring out how to organize time for all these tests.
MedPAC Discusses COVID-19 Impact at September Meeting
American College of Radiology
MedPAC is a non-partisan, independent legislative branch commission created to advise Congress about Medicare-related issues. MedPAC staff discussed the short-term impacts of COVID-19 on Medicare spending and its long-term impacts on the solvency of the Medicare trust fund.
New York State vaccine pass shortcomings offer lessons for other coronavirus app developers
A mobile app developed by New York State to store records of Covid-19 vaccinations was vulnerable to credential forgery, security researchers at NCC Group have discovered. The New York State (NYS) Excelsior Pass Vaccine Passport credential forgery bug arose because of “incomplete threat modelling and consideration of where and how the systems could be abused rather than a technical limitation”,