Vaccination passports in the USA: in which states the document was rejected and where it was supported

On Monday, April 19, Arizona Governor Doug Ducy signed a decree barring state and local governments from issuing vaccination passports, making Arizona the sixth state to opt out of such documents. Vaccination passports allow their holders to prove that they have been vaccinated against ...

COVID-19 Science Program

To understand the COVID-19 pandemic, it is necessary to study the natural history of the emergence of the new coronavirus, called SARS-CoV-2 - where and how it lives, how it mutates and develops and how it interacts with people - as well as how different peoples around the world respond to him. ...

Money for the funeral of the dead from COVID-19: scammers deceive people who are entitled to help

Even before the US government program was introduced offering financial assistance for the funeral of people who died from COVID-19, scammers began offering potential job seekers up to $ 9000 in assistance. Writes about it CBS News. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), ...

Two doses are not enough: Pfizer says it needs a third COVID-19 vaccine

Pfizer CEO Albert Burla said people are likely to need an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine within 12 months of being fully vaccinated. Writes about this CNBC. Burla suggested that people may have to be vaccinated against the coronavirus annually. “The likely scenario is ...

Conspiracy, microchips, DNA alteration: popular myths about the COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 vaccination campaigns are underway in the United States and most countries around the world. At the same time, a wave of rumors about the dangers of vaccines does not subside on social networks, the BBC writes. We deal with the most common myths - from conspiracy theory about introducing microchips to people to ...

What you need to eat to strengthen immunity: expert advice

The pandemic has made everyone pay attention to health. Scientists have long said that the state of our body directly depends on the diet. The scientific journals Nutrients and Molecular Science have published two reviews confirming the effect of nutrition on the prevention of coronavirus infection and the severity of the disease. Edition…

Israel is close to collective immunity against COVID-19: what it is and when it will happen in the US

In Israel, scientists believe that the country is already close to achieving the so-called herd immunity. The BBC reported on this in more detail. Collective immunity is a situation when a sufficient part of the population of a certain country has protection against infection (in this case, from COVID-19). IN…

Nearly 6 thousand Americans fell ill with COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated: 74 died

On April 15, federal authorities said about 5 Americans had contracted COVID-800, even though they had been fully vaccinated against the virus that causes it. The Epoch Times reported in more detail. Americans fell ill with COVID-19, although they were vaccinated with both doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or ...

COVID-19 may cause hallucinations and confusion in children: study

A new study found that half of the young patients at a London hospital with multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) associated with COVID-19 experienced confusion, hallucinations, and more in addition to physical symptoms. Writes about this New York Times. Reports of Mysterious Inflammatory Syndrome Associated With COVID-19 ...

Vaccination against COVID-19 in the USA: personal experience of a journalist and ForumDaily readers

Beginning April 15, any California resident over the age of 16 can register for the coronavirus vaccine. In most states, including New York, this deadline came even earlier, and, according to local rules, in order to sign up for the vaccine, it is enough to live, work or ...

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