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Nearly 30 fully vaccinated Louisiana residents have died with COVID-19

Nearly 30 people in Louisiana who received full doses of COVID-19 vaccinations have died of coronavirus, according to the Louisiana Department of Health. It said the deaths were caused by the virus, not a reaction to the vaccine, which provides 94 to 95% protection against coronavirus. Dr. Joseph Kanter, Louisiana State Department’s state health officer and medical director, said 27 …

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COVID-19 Statistics | July 7, 2021 | Lost Coast Outpost

Six new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Humboldt County today. There were also three new admissions, including two people in their 40s and one in their 60s. The total number of county residents who have tested positive is now at 4,614. Public health officials continue to emphasize vaccination as the best tool against COVID-19 infection. Vaccine is available at …

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New Mexico reports 1 new death, 83 additional COVID-19 cases

A woman in her 40s from Guadalupe County. The individual was admitted to the hospital and had underlying conditions. The death toll for COVID-19 residents in New Mexico is now 4,347. In addition to the deaths, the state reported 83 additional COVID-19 cases. As of Wednesday, New Mexico has reported a total of 205,996 cases. Recent cases include: 27 new …

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mRNA vaccine technology moves to flu: Moderna says trial has begun

Moderna has distributed the first doses of an mRNA-based flu vaccine to participants in an early-stage clinical trial, the company announced Wednesday. Moderna ultimately plans to test the vaccine at approx. 180 people in phase 1/2 randomized, stratified, observer-blind trials. The trial will look at safety, different doses and immune response. The vaccine, called mRNA-1010, is designed to target four …

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Mercy Springfield must demand that all current, future employees be vaccinated against COVID-19

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Mercy Springfield will demand that all current and future workers be vaccinated against COVID-19. Mercy Springfield announced a deadline for vaccination of all employees on September 30, 2021. Those who refuse to be vaccinated may be subject to termination. Doctors, staff, vendors and volunteers through Mercy Springfield will all be required to be vaccinated. CONTRIBUTION NOTICE: …

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California ‘Epsilon’ strain of COVID-19 could avoid vaccines: study

A new study has found that COVID-19 vaccines can be somewhat vulnerable to California’s “Epsilon” strain. The variant has three spike protein mutations, which it uses to weaken current vaccines by up to 70 percent, according to researchers from the University of Washington and the San Francisco-based laboratory Vir Biotechnology. The strain’s mutations break down neutralized antibodies, which are produced …

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The actual fee from prison cases in Covid may be higher than reported

Public health officials say the prospect of overlooked virus deaths linked to the country’s prisons, prisons and immigration centers poses particular risks. Experts say it is challenging to prepare prisons for future epidemics without knowing the full toll. For now, the publicly known death totals associated with incarceration come largely from the facilities themselves. “You can not make good public …

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