Regulators say the benefits of the vaccine still outweigh any risks.
- July 21, 2021Source: New Haven Register
For the first time since mid-May, Connecticut’s COVID daily positivity rate has topped 2 percent, but Gov. Ned Lamont said he does not believe new restrictions or mandates are needed to address the rising infections.
- July 21, 2021Source: News 8 wtnh.com
Infectious diseases specialist explains spike in COVID-19 positivity, returning to mask-wearing
- July 21, 2021Source: The Washington Post
Within the past week, positive coronavirus test results were delivered to at least three New York Yankees players, an Olympic gymnast alternate, multiple state lawmakers from Texas, a White House official and a staffer in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office. They also had this in common: All were fully immunized with coronavirus vaccines, their cases known as breakthrough infections.
- July 20, 2021
Cancer patients who have received mRNA vaccines to prevent COVID-19 can experience abnormal activity or swelling of lymph nodes on their PET scans which could be mistaken for a worsening of their cancer, a new Yale study shows.
- July 20, 2021Source: Archynewsy
5 Important things about the Delta variant that is attacking the world
- July 20, 2021Source: Fox 61
As Connecticut's COVID positivity rate rises, Meriden is hoping to stem the tide
- July 20, 2021Source: Morning Edition
Americans Are Drinking More To Cope During The Pandemic. What Are The Health Risks?
- July 19, 2021
Health Headlines: Doctor discusses the symptoms for vaccinated people who contract the Delta variantSource: News 8 wtnh.com
Health Headlines: Doctor discusses the symptoms for vaccinated people who contract the Delta variant
- July 19, 2021Source: CT Mirror
Connecticut’s COVID metrics continue to inch upwards, with 409 new reported cases Monday — representing a 1.53% positivity rate — as the Delta variant’s foothold in the state grows stronger. Connecticut is currently posting a seven-day positivity rate that is comparable with its numbers from early May.