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Some older African Americans hesitate about the Covid vaccine

Baton Rouge, Louisiana-Flossie West is not at all interested in taking the coronavirus vaccine. Carla Brown, the nursing nurse, is determined to change her mind. Ms. West is 73 years old and suffers from ovarian cancer, congestive heart failure and breathing difficulties-if she is infected with this virus, she is at great risk. In fact, Covid-19 killed too many neighbors …

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California Coronavirus Variant User Guide

It seemed that everything was getting better-then the mutant arrived. Yes, the horror story is the year we spent in the coronavirus pandemic. When you put your vigilance down, you have already posed a lot of challenges to us. Here, the case rate and death toll have plummeted, businesses have reopened, and millions of people have been vaccinated in every …

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In Oregon, scientists have discovered a virus variant with worrying mutations

Coronavirus testing at the Virginia Garcia Clinic in Hillsboro, Oregon on May 1, 2020. (Ruth Fremson / “The New York Times”) Scientists in Oregon have discovered a native version of a rapidly spreading coronavirus variant that first appeared in the UK, but now it is combined with mutations that may make the variant less sensitive to vaccines. So far, researchers …

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Why certain states prioritize COVID-19 vaccines for obese patients

Patty Nece did not enter the retail store for a whole year. Although most Virginia businesses reopened before July and the grocery store remained open throughout the pandemic, the 62-year-old has not dared to venture into this field since March last year because of her obesity The symptoms put her at risk of severe COVID-19. Due to her illness, she …

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Highlights of the upcoming $1.9T COVID bill

Washington (AP)-Senate approved On Saturday, a comprehensive pandemic relief plan for the Republican opposition brought President Joe Biden close to a landmark political victory, which will provide most Americans with a check of $1,400 and to schools, state and local governments. And companies directly provide billions of dollars. After a marathon-style overnight vote, the bill passed by a party-wide vote …

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Why certain states prioritize COVID-19 vaccines for obese patients

Patty Nece did not enter the retail store for a whole year. Although most Virginia businesses reopened before July and the grocery store remained open throughout the pandemic, the 62-year-old has not dared to venture into this field since March last year because of her obesity The symptoms put her at risk of severe COVID-19. Due to her illness, she …

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Statins users are 50% less likely to die from severe COVID-19

Share to PinterestNew research shows that the use of statins may help treat severe COVID-19.Roger Rashford/Getty Images A new study suggests that taking statins may help reduce the risk of death from severe COVID-19. In this study, people who took statins regularly before contracting COVID-19 were about 50% less likely to die in the hospital than those who did not …

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Johnson & Johnson vaccine arrives in SLO County

San Luis Obispo County has received the first batch of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. County public health officials said that 1,400 doses of the vaccine will be redistributed to some local pharmacies for management. At the same time, three public vaccine clinics in the county will continue to manage Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Johnson & Johnson vaccine received emergency …

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Zip codes in the hardest-hit Bay Area are excluded from the vaccine program launched by the state government

Many of the hardest-hit areas in the Bay Area have been excluded from the state’s new stock-focused vaccine distribution plan, making local officials and community clinics reluctant to vaccinate the most vulnerable people in the region. California has listed more than 400 priority zip codes, and the state will reserve about 40% of its vaccine supply, including several low-income communities, …

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