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Jul 16 2021
Federal vaccine monitoring systems have identified no safety concerns with the COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant people. Preliminary Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data show that miscarriage is not more frequent than expected in vaccinated people. Online posts, however, falsely contend that such data, as reported in a CDC publication, show an 82% miscarriage rate.FactCheck.org
Sep 07 2023
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey state-run veterans homes were unprepared to keep residents safe during the COVID-19 outbreak and suffered a “systemic inability” to implement care, the U.S. Justice Department said in an investigative report released Thursday. In a scathing, 43-page report, the Justice Department outlines failures at the homes in Menlo Park and Paramus, citing poor communicationMy High Plains KAMR
Nov 22 2023
LINCOLN, Neb. (Nebraska Examiner) - The percentage of Nebraska students who tested proficient in English language arts and math appears to be rebounding after a drop during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to data from the Nebraska Department of Education, released Wednesday, the percentage of students in grades 3-8 who tested proficient in English language arts or math rose by double digitsKOLN
Dec 08 2023
Congress may require the U.S. Department of Defense to review the reinstatement of thousands of military service members discharged for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine, as indicated by a draft version of the annual defense bill.
The latest draft of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), released by the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, indicates that the DOD would need toNewsNation
Nov 17 2023
A former Massachusetts state senator was arrested on Friday for COVID-19 fraud, according to federal prosecutors. The U.S. Attorney's Office said Sen. Dean Tran was charged with scheming to defraud the Department of Unemployment Assistance and collecting income that he failed to report to the Internal Revenue Service. Prosecutors said Tran was indicted on 25 counts of wire fraud and threeNBC 10 Boston
Nov 17 2023
The Covid-19 vaccines were hailed as a miracle upon their arrival. They were delivered earlier than anyone thought possible and proved exceptionally effective in preventing hospitalizations and deaths. More than 80 percent of all Americans, and more than 90 percent of adults, received at least one dose of the vaccines, remarkable penetration in a country where less than half of people getVox
Jan 28 2022
Pfizer has asked a federal court to let it intervene in a high-profile case that has seen U.S. drug regulators try to slow-walk disclosure of data on Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.
Pfizer says it supports disclosing the data but wants to ensure that information exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is not “disclosed inappropriately.”
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Apr 30 2021
“India’s total COVID-19 cases passed 18 million on Thursday after another world record number of daily infections, as gravediggers worked around the clock to bury victims and hundreds more were cremated in makeshift pyres in parks and parking lots… The world's second most populous nation is in deep crisis, with hospitals and morgues overwhelmed.” (Reuters)
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Jun 21 2021
California will pay off the accumulated unpaid rent that has piled up during the COVID-19 pandemic, the AP reports.
Why it matters: The move would fulfill a promise to landlords to help them to break even, while giving renters relief, the AP writes.
The big picture: A little over 2% of people in California who have applied for rent relief during the pandemic have received it,Axios
Oct 03 2023
The Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded Monday to two scientists whose work led to the mRNA vaccines against COVID-19.
As countries prepared to roll out those shots, The Associated Press took a look at how the vaccines were developed so quickly. Below follows the original story, first published on Dec. 7, 2020.___
How could scientists race out COVID-19 vaccines so fast withoutAssociated Press