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U.S. daily data on April 26

After the FDA and CDC canceled the suspension order due to thrombosis, a man started vaccinating at the COVID-19 vaccination site supported by Valencia State University FEMA, which resumed the first day of providing Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Paul Hennessy | Light Rocket Getty Images According to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Covid vaccination …

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Israel examines cases of heart inflammation in people receiving Pfizer’s COVID vaccine

The Israeli Ministry of Health said on Sunday that it is examining a small number of cases of heart inflammation among people receiving Pfizer’s (PFE.N) COVID-19 vaccine, although no conclusion has been reached yet. Pfizer said it did not find a higher incidence than the general population would normally expect. Nachman Ash, Israel’s pandemic response coordinator, said a preliminary study …

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Research shows that staying away from 6 or 60 feet tall COVID social distancing will not make you feel safer

A new study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology shows that social evacuations indoors at a height of 60 feet are no safer than at a height of 6 feet. In fact, the “exposure time” indoors is more important. In a report that questioned the COVID-19 prevention guidelines, researchers said that the “six-foot rule” of health officials was “no benefit”, …

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Coronavirus in Spain: Man arrested in Mallorca town on suspicion of contracting Covid-19

The police told the suspect in a tweet on Saturday: “Despite having symptoms and undergoing a PCR test, he continued his normal life without waiting for results or isolation.” The authorities added that the 40-year-old man “come with a fever of 40°C [104°F] According to his colleagues. He coughed loudly everywhere, lowered his mask, and said, “I want to give …

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Malaria vaccine hailed as potential breakthrough-BBC News

Malaria vaccine hailed as a potential breakthrough for the BBC Oxford malaria vaccine proved very effective in Burkina Faso trial Malaria vaccine trial sparks hope of defeating disease Financial Times A breakthrough as a highly effective malaria vaccine brings hope to disease control CNN Malaria vaccine becomes the first medicine Medical Xpress to achieve the 75% efficacy target set by …

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The latest Covid-19 vaccine and international news

On April 17, a relative of a patient who died of Covid-19 mourned outside a hospital in Ahmedabad, India. The second coronavirus pandemic in India has destroyed people’s lives and overwhelmed hospitals and medical resources. New global record: India reported 332,730 new Covid-19 cases last Friday, marking the second consecutive day the highest number of daily cases in the world. …

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