Dr. Fauci on the U.S. fight against Covid-19
58% of Americans have gotten their first shot but the recovery is slowing down as the U.S. vaccination rate drops below 2 million people per day. Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases joins NBC’s Joshua Johnson to answer some viewer questions and discuss what still needs to be done to get back to normal in the U.S.
MSNBC · 2 hours ago
Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals First of three S.Korea expert panels recommends approval of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine
The first of three expert panels in South Korea gave its recommendation on Monday for the government to grant approval of the Moderna (MRNA.O) COVID-19 vaccine based on safety and efficacy of the shots in the U.S. phase 3 trial.
Reuters · 3 hours ago
Droves of NY nursing home staffers still not vaccinated against COVID-19
Huge numbers of employees at New York nursing homes still haven’t been vaccinated against COVID-19 — with more than 60 percent of staffers at some city facilities refusing to get the jab, state data shows.
Fox News · 5 hours ago · By New York Post
Indian American doctors pitch in with free telehealth advice during India's Covid-19 crisis
As the coronavirus crisis in India spirals out of control and its health care system crumbles, the Indian diaspora in the US is pitching in to help. Sitting thousands of miles away, unable to be there physically to help and feeling the grief and desperation of their loved ones back home, Indian American doctors provided friends and family with medical advice over phone and video calls.
CNN · 6 hours ago · By Mallika Kallingal, CNN
CDC limits reviews of vaccinated but infected, spurring concerns
Federal health officials this month decided to limit how they monitor vaccinated people who have been infected with COVID-19, drawing concern from some scientists who say that may mean missing needed data showing why and how it happens.
The Boston Globe · 11 hours ago
J&J Vaccine Pause Stoked Hesitancy That Threatens Covid-19 Vaccination Drive
The 10-day halt in administering the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine last month has made it more difficult to inoculate hard-to-reach and hesitant people and is complicating efforts to reach community vaccination goals, experts said.
Wall Street Journal · 17 hours ago · By Julie Wernau
After vaccine rollout success in UK, COVID could be ‘eradicated’ by winter, says top scientist
An emeritus professor of bacteriology in the United Kingdom is predicting COVID-19 could be "eradicated" in the country by winter because of the success of the vaccine rollout, according to reports.
Fox News · 9 hours ago · By Frank Miles
Doctors in Nepal warn of major Covid crisis as virus cases surge by almost 2,500% in a month
Nepal recorded 8,287 cases yesterday compared to just 337 new cases on the same day four weeks ago. Meanwhile the number of deaths has also soared as hospitals run at capacity.
Daily Mail · 14 hours ago · By Katie Feehan
Covid vaccine Australia data tracker: how the rollout is progressing, tracking daily new coronavirus cases, stats and live data
How does Australia’s coronavirus vaccine rollout compare with other countries and when will you be eligible to get vaccinated? We bring together the latest numbers on daily new Covid-19 cases, as well as stats and live data on total vaccinations
The Guardian · 3 hours ago · By Mostafa Rachwani
Sen. Johnson calls out Fauci after NIAID funded Wuhan lab research: Why were we 'cooperating with China?'
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., questioned why the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci was funding certain research at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Fox News · 13 hours ago · By Evie Fordham
McFly's Harry Judd discusses his struggle with anxiety and mental health
Izzy Judd was left questioning what went wrong during her pregnancy when she suffered a miscarriage. The musician reveals her heartbreak in Channel 5 documentary Miscarriage: Our Story.
Daily Mail · 5 hours ago · By Bryony Jewell
States scale back vaccine orders as interest in shots wanes
States asked the federal government this week to withhold staggering amounts of COVID-19 vaccine amid plummeting demand for the shots, contributing to a growing U.S. stockpile of doses. The turned-down vaccines amount to hundreds of thousands of doses this week alone, providing a stark illustration of the problem of vaccine hesitancy in the U.S..
NBC News · 15 hours ago
Businesses jumping into vaccination effort see it as win-win
Businesses are getting more involved with the fight against the coronavirus by offering incentives for people to get vaccinated in a move they see as helping both public health and their bottom line.
The Hill · 17 hours ago · By Alex Gangitano and Sylvan Lane
Bahrain prepares to offer residents a third dose of Covid vaccine
Health officials in Bahrain are to offer a third dose to people who have already been vaccinated against coronavirus as international calls grow for “booster jabs” to ensure continued protection.The
www.thetimes.co.uk · 6 hours ago · By David Rose, Beirut
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