Scientists have long said that giving people a single course of a COVID-19 vaccine might not be sufficient in the long term, and that booster shots and even annual vaccinations might prove necessary. From The New York Times:
Vermont is the only state not to have a single life lost to Covid-19 in its prisons. But the price of its drastic safety precautions has been high: suicide and other mental health problems.
As the U.S. reaches 200 million COVID-19 vaccinations nationwide, Johnson & Johnson's single-dose shot has now been paused for a week in the U.S. due to reports of rare blood clots. A CDC advisory panel is set to meet again on Friday to consider the fate of the critical vaccine.
The FDA says a batch of bulk drug substance for J&J's single-shot vaccine was contaminated with material used to make COVID-19 vaccines for AstraZeneca.
A batch of the bulk drug substance for J&J's single-shot vaccine was contaminated with material used to make COVID-19 vaccines for another client, AstraZeneca
Wearing a double mask or fitting a single mask more closely on the face substantially reduces the risk of infection with the virus that causes Covid-19, according to a new study published by the CDC
National teachers’ union (not teachers) are saying they won’t go back to work until 2022. We should not send a single taxpayer dollar in Covid funds to schools that aren’t going to reopen.
Wow. A nursing home in Baltimore, oldest African-American one, did not lose *a single person* to COVID because as soon as they heard Trump say cases would soon go to zero, they realized it was going to be a catastrophe, stopped visits and masked up.
Shut it all down. The staff at West Craven High School (NC) visited every single 2020 senior — all 220 of them — to deliver personalized yard signs as schools remain closed due to COVID-19 pandemic. Leadership. Humanity.🌎❤️
The death rate from Covid-19 in Navajo nation is now higher than any single state. We should all be outraged by the suffering and neglect continually inflicted on Native peoples.
While a single mom in the US gets $1,200 in Covid relief, the GOP plan provides that a millionaire real estate developer gets an average of $1.6 million -- and Trump and Kushner will probably be beneficiaries. My column on more socialism for the rich.