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Nick Muerdter built a website showing open Covid-19 vaccine appointments throughout the United States. Some call it a lifeguard

Some sent emails around with useful articles and brainstormed for a solution. “It seemed like a lot of people just spent a lot of time on these pharmacy sites,” said Muerdter, a 34-year-old software engineer for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado. “And they were especially frustrating, just because it was, you know, you go to the website, you …

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25% of mass residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19

25% of Massachusetts residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to DPH Updated: 17:01 EDT April 10, 2021 More than a quarter of Massachusetts residents are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the latest report from the state Department of Public Health. On Saturday, DPH said 1,727,001 people in Massachusetts are fully vaccinated. This figure represents approximately 25.1% of …

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Colorado National Guard confiscates thousands of COVID – 19 vaccine doses from Colorado Springs medical spa under investigation Colorado Springs news

The Colorado National Guard confiscated thousands of doses of COVID-19 vaccine from a Colorado Springs medical spa on Friday, the same day health officials began investigating potential problems with the vaccination process there, county officials said Saturday. The State Department of Health stopped the administration of the coronavirus vaccine on Dr. The Moma Health and Wellness Clinic, located inside the …

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Iowa’s total pandemic deaths reach 5,857

PANDEMI AND IT’S ALMOST A MILLION JOB. As of tomorrow, there are 212 people in IOWA hospitals battling coronavirus. IT’S DOWN FROM 218 YESTERDAY. AND THE IOWA PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT reports more than 385,000 cases of coronavirus in the state. 337,000 PEOPLE H Iowa DPH: Iowa’s total pandemic deaths reach 5,857 Updated: 10:00 CDT April 11, 2021 The Iowa Department …

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Are mRNA flu shots on the way? Yes, but not for the upcoming flu season.

Researchers are hoping that the success of these coronavirus vaccines will lubricate the wheels of mRNA flu shots and help speed things up what is typically a lengthy process involving many years of research, clinical trials, and regulatory review and approval. The story continues during the commercial “It’s a very obvious improvement given the success of the covid-19 vaccine to …

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The TSA now allows full-size sunscreen at introductions

Here is a great change that will save me both money and hassle. Take sunscreen through TSA checkpoints As most of you probably know, you are generally restricted to taking liquids of no more than 3.4 ounces (100 ml) through TSA checkpoints. There are some exceptions, such as Medically necessary things. Well, for those who use sunscreen, there is some …

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New Mass Vaccination Clinics Open in Philadelphia and Delaware County

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – A total of 16,000 people will be vaccinated this weekend at two new mass clinics in Philadelphia and Delaware County. One is a new FEMA site in the Esperanza Community Center in Hunting Park, one of the hardest-hit neighborhoods of COVID-19. Patients like Samuel Barios say they are relieved to have a clinic in their neighborhood. “Lack …

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Did Marie Antoinette really say ‘Let them eat cake’?

Did Marie Antoinette really utter the infamous words, “Let them eat cake”? The quick answer to this question is a simple “no”. Marie Antoinette, France’s last pre – revolutionary queen, did not say “Let them eat cake” when confronted with the news that Parisian peasants were so desperately poor that they could not afford bread. The better question, perhaps, is: …

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