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Are you a Mainer over 70 years old? How to plan a COVID-19 vaccine.

AUGUSTA, Maine – Managers over the age of 70 can now make appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations at 18 locations across the country, the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention announced Monday, though availability will be limited based on vaccine supply. The announcement follows last week’s news that Maine would enter Phase 1B of its vaccine rollout, which will first …

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A race against new tribes

Each virus mutates. But the longer it is allowed to multiply, the more mutations it accumulates, and the better the odds, it will learn to avoid detection. Therefore, especially in light of worrying new COVID-19 viral variants, a rapid and effective vaccination campaign is so important. “The home message is that we are really in a race now, and in …

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A 50-year-old nurse refused to retire when the pandemic began. She later died by Covid-19A nurse for 50 years refusing to retire when the pandemic began. She later died from Covid-19

Gallaher worked night shifts at Alabama’s Coosa Valley Medical Center – her preference, her son said, so she could mentor younger nurses. Known around the hospital as “Miss Betty”, she loved being their sounding board, personal therapist and “working mother.” She wanted to make sure everyone she worked with was fed every night. She cared for her patients in the …

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Nearly a THIRD of Covid survivors in England re-admitted and over 12% of them died within 5 months, new research results claim – RT UK News

About 30 per cent of those hospitalized with coronavirus in the UK were readmitted to treatment within five months of their first release, a new study claims to shed more light on the “long Covid” phenomenon. The prescribing study, which has not yet undergone a peer review, concluded that those discharged from hospitals after treatment for Covid-19 “Facing elevated rates …

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How COVID vaccinations are organized in St. Louis region

ST. LOUIS – The largest population of Missourians was today eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Phase 1B-Tier 1 includes high-risk individuals and residents aged 65 and over. Dr. Alex Garza, commander of the incident for St. The Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force, explained that there are now 3.2 million Missouri eligible for the vaccine between Phase 1A, Phase 1B Level …

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Johnson County man questions vaccine priority in Kansas

Doug Euston has a simple question for Kansas state health officials. Why is he eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine before his wife? Euston, 65, describes himself as in good health and one who exercises and walks regularly. Meanwhile, his wife Janet, 61, is taking weekly maintenance chemotherapy treatments for multiple myeloma and has a weakened immune system. “If she were …

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Some doses of Moderna vaccine Lot 041L20A administered in Central Valley

FRESNO, California (KFSN) – California Department of Public Health officials say more than 330,000 doses of Moderna batch number 041L20A were shipped to nearly 300 health care providers earlier this month. On Sunday night, state officials said these doses should be kept after a large number of possible serious allergic reactions were reported at a community vaccination event in San …

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