Colorado will open four large community vaccination sites as health officials anticipate increased demand for the COVID-19 vaccine amid employer-mandates.
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Curious what activities may be associated with higher COVID-19 transmission? Here's what data suggests.
I believe in science. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in early 2020, I told myself I would get vaccinated as soon a shot was approved and available.
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Almost overnight, Japan has become a stunning, and somewhat mysterious, coronavirus success story. Daily new COVID-19 cases have plummeted from a mid-August peak of nearly 6,000 in Tokyo, with caseloads in the densely populated capital now routinely below 100, an 11-month low. Japan, unlike other places in Europe and Asia, has never had anything close to a lockdown, just a series of relatively toothless states of emergency.
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Scientists are closely tracking a new variant spreading in the UK that could be 10% more infectious than Delta
The new variant, AY.4.2, is descendant of the Delta variant. Cases are low outside the UK, and we don't if its mutations change its behaviour.
The Republican governor asked "where does this end?" and received some stinging responses.
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Taraji P. Henson says a recent wake-up call helped her learn to prioritize her health, change her diet, and realize she's not just an actress but a singer too.
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Actress Jessica Alba, 40, revealed her toned abs in a gym set on a paddleboard in new IG photos. Spin classes and hot yoga are her favorite ways to stay fit.
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“They still don’t know how it happened."
Data: CDC; Note: Data represents 30% of Americans across 16 jurisdictions: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York City, Seattle/King County, Wash., Utah and Wisconsin; Chart: Danielle Alberti/AxiosEven vaccinated Americans who are 80 or older are at higher risk of dying from the coronavirus than anyone — vaccinated or not — under the age of 50, according to CDC data.Why it matters: The vaccine
The CDC released its holiday 2021 COVID-19 guidelines. The center for disease control and prevention says vaccinations and masks are the keys to staying safe.
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Powell, who had multiple myeloma, joins the 0.003% of people who had been fully vaccinated as of Oct. 12 and died from COVID-19.
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Elisabeth Bik calls out bad science for a living. A feud with one of the world’s loudest hydroxychloroquine crusaders shows that it can carry a high price.View Entire Post ›
"My goal is to get hopefully 80% or 90% to where I was," Robby Walker told CNN
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Five different actions you have been doing unknowingly that sabotaged your rest and what to do instead.
Thailand will stop using the COVID-19 vaccine of China's Sinovac when its current stock finishes, a senior official said on Monday, having used the shot extensively in combination with Western-developed vaccines. Thailand used over 31.5 million Sinovac doses since February, starting with two doses to frontline workers, high-risk groups and residents of Phuket, a holiday island that reopened to tourists early in a pilot scheme. In July, Thailand started inoculating https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/thailand-starts-tighter-coronavirus-lockdown-around-capital-2021-07-12 people with Sinovac as a first dose followed by the Oxford University-developed AstraZeneca.
The word "colonoscopy" has always been one I have dreaded hearing. At 14, I was diagnosed by a gastroenterologist with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which causes stomach pain and other intestinal symptoms, like bloating and diarrhea.
The longtime sideline reporter said ESPN denied her request for accommodation to not receive the vaccine.
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The difference between the availability of the COVID19 vaccine in Nigeria and the UK, and what it's meant for the return to normal.
But experts worry that without knowing what exactly why cases have dropped so drastically, Japan could face another wave like this summer.
- USA TODAY
The U.S. had the advantage of time, money and expertise. But a year after COVID-19 emerged, the death toll in America is a tragic indictment of the country's failure.