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Sep 12 2023
The Food and Drug Administration approved updated COVID-19 vaccinations ahead of schedule on Monday as hospitalizations have increased and public health officials are monitoring new strains of the virus.
“The public can be assured that these updated vaccines have met the agency’s rigorous scientific standards for safety, effectiveness, and manufacturing quality," said Peter Marks,Washington Examiner
Jan 18 2024
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) prepared to alert state and local officials to an emerging connection between heart inflammation and COVID-19 vaccines, but ultimately did not send the alert, according to a new document obtained by The Epoch Times.
All four COVID-19 vaccines that are or have been available in the United States can cause the heart inflammation,The Epoch Times
Jan 12 2024
With a new variant of the Sars-CoV-2 virus causing a spike in cases, it is demonstrating just how much the disease has changed since the pandemic began – and what happened to "Covid toe".
"For almost four years, I've managed to dodge Covid-19," TV broadcaster Mehdi Hasan tweeted a fortnight ago. "But it finally got me. At the end of 2023."
Hasan added that his symptoms wereBBC News
Apr 20 2021
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) said on Tuesday it will resume rolling out its COVID-19 vaccine in Europe after the region’s medical regulator said the benefits of the shot outweigh the risk of very rare, potentially lethal blood clots.Reuters
Feb 15 2021
On January 29, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor, through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), released new guidance aimed at protecting workers from exposure to COVID-19.
The new workplace safety guidance is the first implemented by the Biden Administration and aims to help employers implement a coronavirus prevention program. OHSA’s new guidance recommends thisNational Federation of Independent Business
Dec 28 2023
Sen. Bernie Sanders says he has tested positive for COVID-19. Sanders, who is 82 years old, posted on X, formerly Twitter, that he is experiencing "minimal" symptoms and is isolating at home in Vermont. He says he is up to date with his COVID vaccines. The Vermont Department of Health says a new variant known as JN.1 is now a prevalent strain of COVID in the state. State Epidemiologist Dr.Vermont Public
Apr 28 2020
Across the United States and across the world, prisoners are among the most vulnerable to the coronavirus. Overcrowded facilities, shortages of food and medicine, and totally inadequate testing expose prisoners who are disproportionately poor and afflicted with prior conditions that render them vulnerable to the disease.
Prisoners increasingly are protesting their conditions, objectingRev. Jesse Jackson Sr.
Sep 05 2020
Several drug makers developing Covid-19 vaccines plan to issue a public pledge not to seek government approval until the shots have proven to be safe and effective, an unusual joint move among rivals that comes as they work to address concerns over a rush to mass vaccination.Wall Street Journal (News)
Sep 27 2023
Republicans in Congress are demanding information from the inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services about an alleged visit by Dr. Anthony Fauci to the CIA during its investigation into the origins of COVID-19. "According to information gathered by the Select Subcommittee, Dr. Anthony Fauci, then-director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, played aWashington Examiner
Nov 24 2023
D.C. Health announced Wednesday that it would again be giving away free COVID-19 rapid tests at local libraries throughout all eight wards, months after ending the pandemic-era testing program in February. The current testing distribution plan will allow for the distribution of tests at 22 D.C. public libraries during their hours of operation. Libraries offering free rapid tests include: • InWTOP