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COVID-19 Case Fatality Doubled in Heart Transplant Patients

Heart recipients are more vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2 infection and should be referred for specialist care, according to transplant experts from Northern Italy. Medscape Medical News

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COVID-19 vaccine distribution algorithms may cement health care inequalities

Earlier this month, following the U.S. Federal Food and Drug Administration’s emergency approval, the federal government began distributing doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to health systems throughout the country. With Moderna’s vaccine to follow, the Trump administration aims to deliver the first shots to 20 million people by year’s end. But shipments must be prioritized…


Covid Swamps Los Angeles as Residents Spurn Fear and Lockdowns

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Ski Resorts Work to Stay Open as COVID Cases Snowball

Colorado’s Telluride is a case study in the challenges ski resorts across the U.S. face in staying open as COVID-19 surges.

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Moderna COVID-19 vaccine second for FDA sign-off in US

The Food and Drug Administration authorized the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Moderna, which joins the Pfizer and BioNTech product as the second shot available for use in the United States. The vaccine can now be given to adults 18 years of age and older in the US. It was 94 percent effective against symptomatic COVID-19…

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China to start COVID-19 inoculations for front-line workers

BEIJING (AP) — China will soon begin coronavirus inoculations for workers in health care, transport and border control, a senior official said Saturday. Vice Minister of the National Health…

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You Will feel a lot better about COVID-19 vaccines Once you Browse this by Dr. Fauci

White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci debunked a handful of myths related to the coronavirus vaccine in a new interview. The myths Dr. Fauci debunked include the erroneous belief that people can contract COVID-19 from the coronavirus vaccine. This comes as the US has just set more record highs for coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, as…

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Since COVID-19 Rages, Vaping Lung Disease Hasn’t Disappeared

(MedPage Today) — In the late summer of 2019 — months before COVID-19 was on anyone’s radar — another deadly, previously unseen respiratory illness dominated the headlines. By mid-December, the vaping-related lung disease named EVALI by…

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Italy to start Covid vaccinations on Dec. 27, health officials state

Reuters3h ago / 12:21 PM UTCROME — Italy will begin Covid-19 vaccinations on Dec. 27, the Health Ministry said on Thursday, provided both European and national drug authorities give their approval to the Pfizer shot according to schedule.Italy is set to receive an initial 1.83 million shots from Pfizer. The first inoculations will be administered…


This Is How Quickly Covid-19 Can Spread In A Restaurant, Per New Study

A new study points to the risks of indoor dining. getty New research is highlighting just how risky indoor dining can be during the Covid-19 pandemic — especially if you’re seated at the wrong table. A study from South Korea published last month in the Journal of Korean Medical Science suggests that the coronavirus can…