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Dec 14 2020
The US has authorized a coronavirus vaccine. That doesn’t guarantee a quick end to the pandemic.
America has, finally, authorized a Covid-19 vaccine for the general public. Priority groups — health care workers and people in nursing homes — are now starting to get a vaccine. And if things go right, most of the country could be vaccinated by the end of next summer.
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Jul 21 2022
President Biden has tested positive for Covid-19, the White House announced Thursday.
Biden, who is fully vaccinated and double-boosted, has been experiencing mild symptoms, the White House said. At 79 years old, Biden is the oldest president in U.S. history. After Biden recently took a tumble off his bicycle, his mental state and capacities came under heightened scrutiny. Besides theNational Review (News)
Nov 17 2023
DETAILS ON THIS CASE. MATT? MATT: ANTOINETTE, THE FORMER STATE SENATOR WAS INDICTED BY A WORCESTER GRAND JURY LAST ON BUT SAYS THAT THE CHARGES ARE POLITICALLY MOTIVATED TO HURT HIS CAMPAIGN FOR CONGRESS. FORMER STATE SENATOR AND CURRENT CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE DEAN TRAN, IN WORCESTER THIS MORNING. NOT ON THE CAMPAIGN TRIAL BUT INSTEAD IN SUPERIOR COURT FACING SIX CHARGES, INCLUDING STEALING AWCVB
Jan 23 2023
A high-profile case of a National Football League (NFL) player suffering a cardiac arrest mid-game has sparked a resurgence online of unsupported speculation of COVID-19 vaccines causing the condition widely among athletes.
Reuters first addressed the claim in November 2021 when it was promoted alongside a video montage of soccer players collapsing, as well as a list of 108 names ofReuters
Sep 14 2023
A new Covid-19 vaccine is available — and recommended — for everyone ages 6 months and older, and experts say it’s best to take advantage of the protection it provides sooner rather than later.
The shot — greenlit by the US Food and Drug Administration and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week — is different than previous versions, with a formulation that’s beenCNN (Online News)
Mar 11 2022
The failure to include a $15.6 billion pandemic aid package in the omnibus spending bill the House passed on Wednesday is a collective mistake that could come back to haunt us.
While the spending package includes funding for pandemic-related programs like a $140 million increase for the Strategic National Stockpile, these sums are not nearly enough. The White House warned that withoutCNN (Opinion)
Sep 13 2023
A bill intended to extend a ban on covid-19 vaccine mandates for public entities ranging from schools to state agencies sailed through the Arkansas Senate on Tuesday. Senate Bill 3, sponsored by Sen. Joshua Bryant, R-Rogers, passed with a vote of 27-3 and moves to the House for further action. Bryant has said the bill is needed to reinstate a mandate ban originally included in Act 977 of 2021Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
May 05 2023
The World Health Organization declared an end to the Covid-19 emergency, signaling that one of the most deadly and economically devastating pandemics in modern history is receding as the disease that caused it becomes a routine illness.
Covid-19 is here to stay, but the pandemic has been in a downward trend for more than a year because people around the world have built up immunity toWall Street Journal (News)
Oct 17 2023
BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore City Health Department will offer new COVID-19 vaccines to children and adults at no cost. The offer extends to adults who are uninsured or underinsured. Now that COVID-19 infections are on the rise, the health department wants to make sure that everyone is staying safe. People seem to have mixed feelings about COVID-19 vaccinations. Enoch Cook is in a high-riskCBS News (Online)
Dec 08 2021
Should the United States federally enforce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate? Should employees have a choice between vaccination and regular testing? Is a vaccine mandate constitutional or moral? Explore all perspectives, stances, and arguments for and against COVID-19 vaccine mandates with AllStances™ by AllSides.Vaccine Mandates Should Be Enforced by the State in All Public Antonio Ferme