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New version blamed for 15 on Big Island

Nearly 350 cases of COVID-19 in Hawaii are caused by a variant strain of the new coronavirus, according to data provided Friday by the U.S. Department of Health. Fifteen of these variant cases have been found on the Big Island. Dr. Edward Desmond, administrator of the State Laboratories Division, said Friday during “The Weekly Dose,” a livestream hosted by DOH, …

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Fake COVID-19 scam with vaccine card in NJ: what to know

NEW JERSEY – The latest scam-related scam involving coronavirus is circulating online, and New Jersey officials are warning residents. Counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination cards are now being sold en masse, with the FBI issuing a note last month noting that the production, sale or purchase of counterfeit cards could cause serious problems for those involved. Last week, New Jersey Attorney Gurbir …

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COVID-19 Statistics in Colorado | 9news.com

There are currently 417 people hospitalized with COVID-19, and the state’s seven-day moving average positivity rate dropped to 5.64%. COLORADO, USA – There are currently 417 patients admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 in Colorado per. April 10, and the seven-day moving average positivity rate dropped to 5.64%, according to the latest data from the Colorado Department of Public Health …

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37 new deaths, 813 positive cases – deadline

On Saturday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health released new Covid-19 data reporting 37 new deaths and 813 new positive cases of the virus. While public health said LA County’s test positivity rate is now the lowest it has been since the pandemic began, at 1.1%, the number of reported cases and deaths may reflect delays in weekend …

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Loudoun Co. COVID-19 vaccination clinic closed due to plumbing problem

It is possible that Sunday’s appointments may also be canceled. Loudoun County, Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic is closed Saturday due to a plumbing problem at the facility, the county said. All vaccination appointments will be canceled and anyone who had a vaccination appointment on April 10 will be contacted to reschedule their appointments, according to a county press release. It …

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Modern vaccine technology can finally help pave the way for HIV vaccine / Queerty

Asked by models (Photo: Shutterstock) A new HIV vaccine has shown remarkably promising results. Its developers are now turning to the mRNA technology used by biotechnology company Moderna for its Covid vaccine to hopefully get their HIV jab across the finish line. The new vaccine was developed by nonprofit medical developer International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and Scripps Research Institute …

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Nearly 40% of Marines have so far rejected a COVID-19 vaccine

Out of the 123,500 Marines who have been offered a coronavirus vaccine, about 48,000 said no. About 102,000 U.S. Marines have not yet been offered a coronavirus vaccine, CNN reported. About 19% of the U.S. population is already fully vaccinated, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. See more stories on Insider’s business page. A large number of U.S. Marines …

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