FDA OKs Pfizer COVID Booster for 65 and Over, Those at High Risk

FDA OKs Pfizer COVID Booster for 65 and Over, Those at High Risk

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NY Hospitals, Schools Fear Staff Shortage From Vaccine Rules

NY Hospitals, Schools Fear Staff Shortage From Vaccine Rules

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Predicted Pandemic Retirement of Many Physicians Hasn’t Happened

Predicted Pandemic Retirement of Many Physicians Hasn’t Happened

The number of physicians who have chosen early ret...
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Brazil approaches 600,000 COVID deaths in second-deadliest outbreak

Brazil approaches 600,000 COVID deaths in second-deadliest outbreak

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When Children and Teens With Cancer Get COVID-19

When Children and Teens With Cancer Get COVID-19

Although most children and adolescents with cancer...
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UN Chief Grades World on Vaccine Rollout: ‘F in Ethics’

UN Chief Grades World on Vaccine Rollout: ‘F in Ethics’

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – United Nations Se...
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Count of severe COVID-19 no higher in children during second wave compared to first wave

Count of severe COVID-19 no higher in children during second wave compared to first wave

Researchers in the UK have conducted a study sugge...
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COVID-19 Surge Forces Healthcare Rationing in Parts of West

COVID-19 Surge Forces Healthcare Rationing in Parts of West

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African Union Slams Vaccine Manufacturers for Restricting Access

African Union Slams Vaccine Manufacturers for Restricting Access

GENEVA (Reuters) – The African Union on Tues...
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U.S. administers 380.2 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines – CDC

U.S. administers 380.2 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines – CDC

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