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US Coronavirus: The country has ‘screaming level’ of Covid-19 transmission, says an expert, as the country adds nearly 4 million cases this month

The country’s total number of deaths in Covid-19 is now rapidly approaching 400,000 – that is more than the number of Americans who died in World War I, the Vietnam War and the Korean War combined and almost as many Americans who died in World War II. And that’s far higher than any other country’s death in Covid-19. “The numbers …

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After allergic reactions at 1 clinic, California stops using a large batch of Modern COVID-19 vaccine

After several people apparently had allergic reactions at a clinic in California, state health officials on Sunday told providers across the state to discontinue the administration of doses from a COVID-19 vaccine lot that arrived from Moderna. The move, made “out of an extreme abundance of caution,” means that 330,000 doses spread across 287 providers across the state cannot be …

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Hundreds of people line up in Indio to be vaccinated

“We are reviewing between 750 and 800 agreements today.” Riverside County Department of Public Health spokesman Jose Arballo has spearheaded the vaccine rollout in Riverside County. He was on site Sunday at Indio Fairgrounds, which became one of the newest clinics administering vaccines. The clinic opened at 8.30 and was scheduled for kl. 16.30 Hundreds of people showed up. Most …

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Steve Martin announces on Twitter that he was vaccinated for COVID-19: ‘Thank you science’

Steve Martin announces on Twitter that he has received a vaccination against COVID-19: ‘Thank you science’ By Sam Joseph Semon to Dailymail.com Published: 20:14 EST, January 17, 2021 | Up to date: 20:15 EST, January 17, 2021 Steve Martin has received the coronavirus vaccine. The bride’s father’s star has revealed that he received the first dose of the vaccine against …

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Vaccine appointments to Monday at Alamodome are pushed back due to delay in Pfizer’s shipment

SAN ANTONIO – Due to a delay in the city of San Antonio receiving a shipment of the Pfizer vaccine, scheduled appointments at the Alamodome on Monday, January 18 will be pushed back, according to city officials. Shipping is delayed from the manufacturer, which is Pfizer. All appointments scheduled for Monday will be rescheduled for Wednesday, January 20th. “We apologize …

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These monkeys steal high-ticket items for barter for better food

A long-tailed Balinese monkey, Macaca fascicularis, eats an apple in the sacred monkey forest of Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, on November 16, 2018. Photo: Gabriel Bouys / AFP (Getty Images) Some of you may know everyone criminal ring of long-tailed macaques living around the Uluwatu Temple in Bali, Indonesia, which was infamous a few years ago for stealing from tourists and …

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