US allows babies to be vaccinated against COVID-19

On June 17, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved COVID-19 vaccines for children 6 months of age and older. This writes CBS News. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still needs to...

U.S. approves use of Moderna vaccine for children: EU rejects idea due to risk of heart inflammation

Advisors to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) unanimously recommended on June 14 that the agency approve Moderna Inc.'s (MRNA.O) vaccine for children and teens aged 6 to 17, Reuters reported. Around 77 million...

The US will no longer require a COVID-19 test when entering the country

The administration of US President Joe Biden is expected to announce that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will lift the requirement for travelers to test negative for COVID-19 when entering the US. More about this told the publication CNN. The requirement will be officially lifted from…

Fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine: doctors recommend it, but scientists are skeptical

Countries are starting to offer a fourth dose of the Covid-19 vaccine to vulnerable groups, but healthcare professionals are unsure if it will benefit the wider population, CNBC reports. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has so far authorized…

Pfizer announces need for fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine

The Pfizer CEO says the company is submitting data to the Food and Drug Administration about the need for a fourth dose of its COVID-19 vaccine, CBS reports. While the vaccine that Pfizer is currently…

If you haven’t had COVID-19 yet, then you may never get sick: as doctors explain

For the 57% of Americans who have never had COVID-19, the question is what are the chances that they will never get sick. Can they lead a more normal lifestyle - go without masks in restaurants, shops and even at parties, according to the SanFranciscoChronicle. Centers for…

Elizabeth II was diagnosed with COVID-19: how does the queen feel

Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain fell ill with COVID-19. This was shown by the test she passed on February 20. Buckingham Palace has officially confirmed the infection of the monarch, according to the BBC. The Queen is reportedly feeling mild "cold symptoms" but plans to continue her duties at Windsor next week. "To her…

Heart problems and cancer side effects: what's learned about COVID-19 from new research

Today, the close attention of experts in the field of virology is directed to the study of COVID-19. There are several recent studies that reveal new facts about this disease and preventive measures against it. The Reuters edition told in more detail. The risk of heart problems is much higher after COVID-19 Big…

In the United States recognized 'natural immunity' from COVID-19: it can be equated with vaccination

More than 65 million people have now recovered from the coronavirus infection in the United States. And while getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is critical to protecting against serious illness, hospitalizations, and death, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recognized the strong protection provided by…

What to do if you lose or damage your COVID-19 vaccination card

Over a year ago, when COVID-19 vaccines became available, some people started showing off the COVID-19 vaccination white card. But, as the pandemic spreads, some people have simply lost sight of those awkward huge white cards. What to do if you…

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