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Four COVID-19 variants are more likely to cause hospitalization
Four COVID-19 variants are more likely to put you in the hospital, according to the Washington State Department of Health.
People who want organ transplants must get the COVID-19 vaccine, a hospital says
A large hospital system in Colorado says people on its organ transplant wait list won't be offered an organ if they refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine
Medicare Advantage COVID-19 Hospitalizations Were Lower Than FFS
Medicare Advantage plans had a lower rate of hospitalization for coronavirus throughout most of 2020 compared to fee-for-service Medicare.
Express & Star
Welsh Conservative leader takes time off after getting Covid-19
Andrew RT Davies said he was taking a break to focus on his recovery having caught flu and Covid-19 and seen his mental health suffer.
Utah Public Radio
Los Angeles will require proof of a COVID-19 vaccine for indoor establishments
Los Angeles will require residents and visitors to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccine in order to eat, drink, or shop in indoor establishments
Impact of Covid-19 on Straw Baler Market – Revenues to spike over 2021-2026
The global Straw Baler market report presents an in-depth analysis about the major segments covering all the applications, top products, top companies and key
Star Beacon
County passes 8,900 COVID-19 cases, nears 500 total hospitalizations
Ashtabula County passed 8,900 total cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. The Ohio Department of Health reported 38 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, along with two new hospitalizations. Death numbers remained the same,
Mitchell Daily Republic
South Dakota reports 6 new COVID-19 deaths, but surge is subsiding
The six new fatalities raises South Dakota's COVID-19 death toll to 2,167, with 25 reported so far just in October. Yet tracking of new cases and recoveries in the state continue to show an encouraging downward trend.
Carolina Coast Online
Carteret reports 217 active COVID-19 cases in county Tuesday
Active and total confirmed cases of COVID-19 rose slightly in Carteret County Tuesday while hospitalizations remained the same.
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Otero County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 40% of people fully vaccinated
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).
Consumer Confidence Setbacks Reported in Omnicom Media's "New Normal" Research Tracking COVID-19 Impact
OMG Signal's objective is to fill the insights gap left when COVID-19 rendered any behavioral data before the shut-down essentially irrelevant.
Alabama Public Radio
Alabama passes grim milestone in COVID-19 pandemic
Alabama’s COVID-19 caseload continues to grow. The State Department of Public Health says over 800,000 coronavirus infections have been reported since the outbreak began.
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
Astro Awani
Melaka election: PM takes notes of people's concern over risk of spreading COVID-19
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob today said he took note of the people's concern on the risk of spreading COVID-19 in Melaka if a state election is called anytime soon.
Amico Hoops
COVID-19: Health confirms 2,804 new infections; 22,849 remain active
The Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance (MSPAS) has updated the COVID-19 dashboard through October 4; According to the tool, 569,440 cases of coronavirus have been recorded as of that date,
Santa Barbara Independent
COVID-19 Booster Shots Endorsed by CDC for Those at Highest Risk
By Dr. Henning Ansorg, M.D., FACP, Health Officer County of Santa Barbara, Department of Public HealthYou may have heard that a COVID-19
National Newswatch
Top health official in P.E.I. keeping an eye on COVID-19 surge in New Brunswick
HALIFAX — Prince Edward Island's chief medical officer says she's keeping a close watch on New Brunswick, where a recent surge in COVID-19 cases is straining that province's health-care system. Speaking at a briefing today in Charlottetown,
$699.8M Powerball jackpot won; J&J seeks COVID-19 booster approval; Facebook whistleblower before Congress
Powerball jackpot won in California; Johnson & Johnson files for booster approval; Facebook whistleblower to appear before Congress. Get caught up.
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Daily new Covid-19 cases in South Africa continue to drop
NICD reports a further 39 Covid-19 related deaths have been reported, bringing total fatalities to 87,819 to date.
Family struggles after 2 teens fall critically ill with COVID-19
The teens' father says he now wishes his family had gotten vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to their ordeal with the virus.
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Japan’s dip in COVID-19 cases baffles experts; winter ‘nightmare’ still a risk
Japan’s COVID-19 case numbers have plummeted to the lowest in nearly a year just as other parts of Asia are struggling with surging infections, leaving health experts perplexed and raising concern of a winter rebound.
City Schools of Decatur hopes to start COVID-19 surveillance testing next week
City Schools of Decatur anticipates starting weekly COVID-19 testing the week of Oct. 11, Superintendent Maggie Fehrman announced last week in her weekly newsletter.
UW Health: Virtually all UW Health’s workforce compliant with COVID-19 vaccination policy
Just three months after its announcement, nearly all of UW Health’s workforce has complied with its COVID-19 vaccination policy. The policy, which is an expansion of an existing flu vaccine policy, requires receiving at least the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or completing an exemption form for medical or religious reasons.
Norfolk Daily News
Russia hits record number of daily COVID-19 deaths
Russia on Sunday reported a record daily death toll from COVID-19, the fifth time in a week that deaths have hit a new high.
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Robbed by COVID-19: Family, friends say goodbye to Rockford man 11 months after death
Jim DeVoe, the man who spearheaded Project 1013, an annual multi-block cleanup event, was remembered by family and friends at a memorial service
More than 50 long-term effects of COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Lopez-Leon et al. Scientific Reports. COVID-19 can involve persistence, sequelae, and other medical complications that last weeks to months after initial recovery. This systematic review
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MTA COVID-19 Vaccination, Testing Program for Current Employees Enters New Phase
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced on Friday, Oct. 1, that it is entering a new phase of the COVID-19 vaccination / testing program whereby unvaccinated employees will be required to test weekly for COVID-19,
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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
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Program launched for children orphaned due to COVID-19
Central Committee, in coordination with relevant agencies, launched a program on October 3 to call for assistance to children whose parents have died of COVID-19.
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.
The Temple News
Temple approves 73 percent of COVID-19 vaccine exemption requests
Temple University has approved nearly three-quarters of the 1,351 requests received for exemptions to its COVID-19 vaccine mandate as of Sept. 29, wrote Mark Denys, director of Student Health Services,
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Bangladesh reports 617 fresh cases, 18 deaths from COVID-19
Bangladesh today reported 617 COVID-19 cases while the coronavirus claimed overnight 18 lives. "The country reported 2.90 percent COVID-19 positive cases as 21,246 samples were tested in the past 24 hours,
Post Register
EIPH reports a dozen COVID-19 related deaths for second week in a row
Eastern Idaho Public Health last week reported the deaths of a dozen eastern Idahoans due to COVID-19, marking the second straight week the number of reported deaths reached that mark.
Flathead Beacon
COVID-19 Vaccines, Including Boosters, Offered Weekly at Fairgrounds
One-third of all Flathead County COVID-19 deaths since the start of the pandemic have occurred in the last three months, primarily in August and September, as a Delta-fueled surge that began in July has continued escalating and seeped into residential-care facilities.
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.
Seymour Tribune
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.
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Coronavirus: Solano Community College mandates vaccinations or testing
This mandate will go into effect on Oct. 15 and will require those accessing campus to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test result.
Milwaukee Courier Online
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.
Jackson Hole News & Guide
COVID-19 vaccine booster shots arrive in Jackson
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
The Sumter Item
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,
Cavalier Daily
COVID-19 cases decline across Grounds, averaging nine new cases per day this week
There are currently 101 active cases of COVID-19 within the University community, which brings the total case count for the fall semester to 611.
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Health officials confirm COVID-19 related death of boy under 10 years old in Nueces County
Officials said a boy under the age of 10 has died after being diagnosed with COVID-19 and receiving treatment for it in the hospital.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
State Coronavirus Czar Hopeful For New COVID-19 Treatment On Horizon
The state’s coronavirus czar offered support Friday for the announcement by the pharmaceutical company Merck, that progress has been made with a new treatment for COVID-19 called molnupiravir.
Wyoming Department of Corrections COVID-19 Update
On Friday, the Wyoming Department of Corrections released its weekly COVID-19 updates for inmates incarcerated in the state.
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.
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'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.
Akron Zoo's Prides Test Positive for COVID-19
The lions received presumptive positive test results after the care team noticed mild coughing, sneezing and loss of appetite.
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COVID-19 Q&A: Is there an alternative to the vaccines, such as a mist or spray?
WVTM 13 is working with health experts to get you the facts on any questions you may have related to the COVID-19 vaccines. In this segment, a viewer asks WVTM 13's Ian Reitz if there is an alternative to the COVID-19 vaccines,
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Governor Hogan To Provide COVID-19 Update Today At 2PM
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,
Dallas Mavericks to require COVID-19 vaccinations or proof of negative tests for fans
The Mavericks are requiring all fans who attend games this season to show proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination, or a negative test taken 48 hours prior to the game.
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COVID-19 vaccination site to reopen in Whitehaven two days per week
The COVID-19 vaccination center will be reopening this weekend for two days each week until November 20, 2021. The Shelby County Health Department, in partnership with Southwest Tennessee Community College,
Echo Press
Minnesota schools with COVID-19 outbreaks more than doubled the past week
There are 233 school with reported COVID-19 outbreaks up from 96 a week ago. ST. PAUL — School buildings with COVID-19 outbreaks have grown exponentially since the academic year began and there are now 233 reporting outbreaks to the Minnesota Department of Health.
The Westside Gazette
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.
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Buccaneers Activate Antonio Brown from Reserve/COVID-19 List
Tampa Bay will have Antonio Brown available against New England.The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have activated wide receiver Antonio Brown from the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team announced on Thursday morning.
The Saratogian
Saratoga County to hold COVID-19 booster clinic for those 65+ this Friday
Saratoga County Public Health Services department (SCPHS) is holding a free COVID-19 Pfizer booster clinic. The clinic is slated for Friday, Oct. 1. The clinic will be
Janesville Gazette
Rock County reports 50 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday
Rock County reported 50 new COVID-19 cases and no deaths. To date, a total of 18,703 cases and 198 deaths have been recorded since the pandemic began in
Yakima hospital now offers monoclonal antibody therapy for COVID-19
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is now offering monoclonal antibody therapy to COVID-19 patients with a referral from their primary care provider.
Your Daily Journal
County reports 137th COVID-19-related death
The Richmond County Health Department reported a new COVID-19-related death of a county resident Wednesday morning, bringing the total to 137.
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
COVID-19 spread remains high across Mat-Su
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
Herald and News
Oregon reports 21 new deaths, 2,011 new COVID-19 cases
There are 21 new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 3,771 the Oregon Health Authority reported Wednesday.
Safeguarding the COVID-19 Vaccine: A Case Study in Global Supply Chain Security
This ICIT publication presents are ten ways the pharmaceutical industry needs to protect the Covid-19 vaccine supply chain.
The Oneida Daily Dispatch
Oneida County announces COVID-19 booster clinics available this week
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. announced that COVID-19 booster doses of the Pfizer vaccine will be available to eligible residents beginning this week. “While we still on
The View Apologizes for Broadcasting False Positive COVID-19 Results Live On-Air
And on this episode of The View, co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro were escorted off set, live and on air Friday, after testing positive for COVID-19. The hosts were seconds away from inviting Vice-President Kamala Harris onstage for an interview.
Cambridge University Press
Light at the end of the tunnel: a front-line clinician's personal narrative on COVID-19 and mental illness – Reflection
Light at the end of the tunnel: a front-line clinician's personal narrative on COVID-19 and mental illness – Reflection - Volume 219 Issue 4
Daily News-Record
County Schools Get 1st Shipment Of COVID-19 Rapid Tests
The Rockingham County School Board meets Monday to discuss a variety of topics, including an update on COVID-19 and the school division’s continued response.
Independent Record
COVID-19 booster shots available at Helena clinics
First, second and booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccination will be available at several drive-thru clinics in Helena beginning next week.
Trend News Agency
Children aged below 14 see highest COVID-19 rates in Ireland
Children aged below 14 now see the highest COVID-19 rates among all age groups in Ireland, according to the figures released by the country's Central Statistics Office (CSO) on Friday, Trend reports citing Xinhua.
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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
Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters and PrimeGlobal Report Shows the Impact of COVID-19 on Tax Professionals From Underrepresented Communities
Research shows strides made in diversity and inclusion as well as necessary areas for improvement concerning accountants of marginalized genders and ethnicities.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Global action to end the COVID-19 crisis
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,
USDA new grants helping small businesses with COVID-19 response
The UDSA is offering new grants to farmers and small business to help with COVID-19 response and safety. The Pandemic Response and Safety Grants provide funds for their response to COVID-19 including measures to protect their workers.
TDEM to open new COVID-19 antibody infusion center In Livingston
The infusion center will begin accepting patients Monday and has been provided with monoclonal antibodies to treat outpatient cases of COVID-19 who have a referral from a doctor.
Lakers Nation
NBA Rumors: Players Will Not Be Mandated To Receive Coronavirus Vaccine This Season
The NBA is reportedly not going to require players to be vaccinated for the 2021-22 season due to the NBPA's refusing to budge.
World Triathlon Sprint and Relay Championships canceled due to surge in COVID-19 cases in Bermuda
The World Triathlon Sprint and Relay Championships has been canceled due to a surge in coronavirus infections in the host country of Bermuda. The tournament was scheduled to be held from October 15-17.
Longview News-Journal
Pine Tree ISD schedules COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Pine Tree ISD has scheduled a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for ages 12 and older 4 to 7 p.m. Sept. 21 in the Pine Tree High School cafeteria.
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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,
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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,
Indiana Gazette
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.
Rolling Out
Nas details his battle with COVID-19
Nas is the latest entertainer to reveal he battled a bout with COVID-19 and recently spoke about how the disease has affected the world.
How A UT Southwestern Lab Is Examining COVID-19 Variants In North Texas
As COVID case numbers continue to rise in North Texas, new strains have emerged, like the mu variant. But the delta variant continues to cause the majority of infections in the region.
The News-Enterprise
One month, 33 COVID-19 deaths in Hardin County
Hardin County residents have died in the last 16 months due to COVID-19 complications, according to the Lincoln Trail District Health Department.
The Garden Island
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.
Minot Daily News
Supply shortage limits COVID-19 antibody treatment in ND
Increased demand and limited supply have led to a change in how COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatments will be distributed across the nation, impacting the availability of treatment for those infected with COVID-19,
Times Republican
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.
The News & Advance
Lynchburg-area schools report 274 new positive COVID-19 cases this week
Schools in Lynchburg and the surrounding counties together reported 274 new positive cases of COVID-19 this week.
Modern Tire Dealer
Podcast: Navigating the Next Phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic: What You Need to Know
Mario Barrera, a board-certified attorney who specializes in labor and employment law, discusses whether or not you can force your employees to get vaccinated, why you should consult with an expert before imposing a vaccine mandate,
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.
In-school transmission of COVID-19 limited even during wide community spread
In a group of 13 school districts in North Carolina where school activities were held in-person with several mitigation strategies in place, in-school transmission of COVID-19 was low, with an attack
Merced Sun-Star
Wrongly convicted man who escaped death row dies of COVID-19
A man who escaped death row in Louisiana in 2012 after he was exonerated by DNA evidence for a murder he didn’t commit has died of COVID-19.
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Report: New Orleans Saints COVID-19 Outbreak - 8 Confirmed Cases
The New Orleans Saints have multiple COVID-19 confirmed tests after the team's win over the Green Bay Packers in Week 1.
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Pima County Health Department works to implement on-campus vaccination clinics for schools
As COVID-19 cases rise across the region, Pima County Health Department is working on a new program that would make vaccines accessible to students and staff on school campuses. “We had talked a few weeks ago about this five and over,
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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.
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Counties with the highest COVID-19 vaccination rate in Michigan
Stacker compiled a list of counties with the COVID-19 vaccination rates in Michigan using data from U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
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Rural healthcare facilities face challenges amid COVID-19 surge
Tonopah Primary Care has seen almost double the amount of patients since the COVID-19 pandemic. The office has four people managing dozens of people per day
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Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland tests positive for COVID-19
Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland tweeted Friday that he has tested positive for COVID-19. Strickland tweeted that he is thankful for being vaccinated.
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Why the coronavirus pandemic might help us in the fight against cancer
The coronavirus pandemic has been pretty rough, so why could it help lead to medical breakthroughs in our fight against cancer? COVID-19 vaccine technology against cancer After its success with developing an mRNA vaccine for COVID-19,
American College of Radiology
MedPAC Discusses COVID-19 Impact at September Meeting
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.
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Gov. Phil Scott expands COVID-19 vaccine requirements to all state employees
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott announced Wednesday that he was expanding COVID-19 vaccination requirements to all state employees.
How California’s state universities are tracking campus Covid-19 cases
Some campuses tracking vaccination rates, quarantines and weekly testing. While others only offer the number of positive Covid cases on-campus.
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”,