Experts discuss impaired immune systems, in light of recent COVID-19 vaccine recommendations.
- October 20, 2021Source: The New York Times
WASHINGTON — The campaign to vaccinate young children in the United States against the coronavirus will not look like the adult version. There will be no mass inoculation sites. Pediatricians will be enlisted to help work with parents. Even the vials — and the needles to administer doses — will be smaller.
- October 20, 2021Source: New Haven Register
NEW HAVEN — The number of employees in danger of losing their jobs in the Yale New Haven Health System continues to drop, with 86 staffers now either having been terminated or in the process, officials said Wednesday.
- October 20, 2021Source: NPR
When Colin Powell died this week from complications related to COVID-19, it was a shock to many Americans.
- October 19, 2021Source: NPR
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Dr. Hyung Chun on vaccine misinformation following the death of Colin Powell.
- October 19, 2021Source: Nature
People who have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 can expect to become reinfected within one or two years, unless they take precautions such as getting vaccinated and wearing masks. That’s the prediction of modelling based on the genetic relationships between SARS-CoV-2 and other coronaviruses1.
- October 18, 2021Source: Yale Medicine
Yale Medicine experts share seven things you need to know about the J&J booster.
- October 18, 2021
Colin Powell had been treated for a cancer that severely impairs the immune system, lowering coronavirus vaccine effectivenessSource: The Washington Post
Colin L. Powell, the former secretary of state and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who died Monday of what his family described as complications from covid-19, had been treated for the blood cancer known as multiple myeloma and was due to get a coronavirus booster shot when he suddenly became ill and was hospitalized, his longtime assistant, Peggy Cifrino, said Monday.
- October 13, 2021Source: The New York Times
Two reports released today on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine could lead to a heated debate about whether and how to offer additional shots to Americans who received the company’s shot.
- October 13, 2021Source: Daily Kos
While Alaska leads the country in COVID-19 cases, the state’s Republican lawmakers continue to talk out of both sides of their mouths. On the one hand, they remain steadfast in their calls to forgo mask and vaccine mandates. On the other, they’re demanding easier access to unproven and unauthorized medicines such as ivermectin to treat the virus they’re downplaying.