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COVID-19 diminishing in Britain with restrictions to be eased

One year after COVID-19 struck Britain, the pandemic is diminishing in the kingdom after a peak two months ago with restrictions to be reduced and vaccinations ramped up, much like elsewhere in Europe.

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Moderna COVID Vaccine May Trigger Skin Reactions

Some people given the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine may develop a reaction at the injection site that can first appear more than a week after they get the shot, research shows.

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World COVID Mostly UK Variant in March

Outbreak.info reports that as of March 1, 2021, 28% of the COVID in the world is the B.1.1.7 (UK) variant of the disease. I was first identified in the UK in September 2020 and has since been detected in the US and other countries. This is of growing concern because it has shown to be…

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How many different Covid vaccines will manage new variants of the virus

Companies are working on developing vaccines so they can handle emerging variants of Covid. Here’s how the approaches differ.

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9 great apes get COVID-19 vaccinations at San Diego Zoo

SAN DIEGO (AP) — The San Diego Zoo has vaccinated nine great apes for the coronavirus after a troop of gorillas in its Safari Park became infected, officials said Thursday. Four orangutans and five bonobos received COVID-19 injections in January and February. Three bonobos and a gorilla also were expected to receive the vaccine, which…

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COVID-19 Testing Drops, Still Essential, Experts Say

Accurate and timely testing remains critical for treating and isolating individuals with COVID-19 infection. Widespread testing also allows for tracking the spread of the virus and any variants of concern as they arise.

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Data indicates new COVID-19 variations may weaken vaccines, therapies

There’s new evidence that fast-spreading variants of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 are more resistant to antibody treatments and vaccines.

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U.S. is ahead of pace on COVID vaccines

The U.S. is now vaccinating an average of 2 million people a day, up from 1.3 million in early February.Why it matters: That puts us on track to hit President Biden’s goal of 100 million doses a month ahead of schedule.The big picture: “54 million people have…

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The Covid Bubble

With equity markets reaching new heights at a time of rising income and wealth inequality, it should be obvious that today’s market mania will end in tears, reproducing the economic injustices of the 2008 crash. For all of the talk of supporting households, it is Main Street that will suffer most when the music stops.

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Ocugen’s COVID-19 Vaccine Co-Development Partner, Bharat Biotech shares Phase 3 Interim Results of COVAXIN, Demonstrates Efficacy of 81 Percent

Ocugen’s COVID-19 Vaccine Co-Development Partner, Bharat Biotech shares Phase 3 Interim Results of COVAXIN, Demonstrates Efficacy of 81%  GlobeNewswireCriticized Indian Vaccine Already in Use Found 81% Effective  BloombergBharat Biotech’s COVID-19 shot 81% effective, Indian firm’s interim data shows  Yahoo NewsOpinion | Covid vaccination: How Modi inspired  India TV NewsBharat Biotech’s Covaxin Shows 81% Efficacy In Phase 3 Trials Conducted…