COVID-19 Vaccine

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1/7/2021 Mayor says NYPD can get vaccines, governor says not so fast Crain's New York Business Reprints PrintMayor Bill de Blasio announced a plan Wednesday to offer Covid-19 vaccines to most city police officers, only to have Gov. Andrew Cuomo say an hour later that the officers aren't yet eligible for them.De Blasio said the city hoped to offer the vaccines to 25,000 officers and to provide shots to 10,000 by Sunday. Related Articles Nursing home staff more hesitant than residents to get ...
1/7/2021 EU commission greenlights Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine Boston Herald AMSTERDAM — The European Union’s executive commission gave the green light Wednesday to Moderna Inc.’s COVID-19 vaccine, providing the 27-nation bloc with a second vaccine to use in the desperate battle to tame the virus rampaging across the continent.The European Commission granted conditional marketing authorization for the vaccine. The decision came against a backdrop of high infection rates in many EU countries and strong criticism ...
1/7/2021 Vaccine will be available for some Utah teachers next week. But it's unclear who will get the first doses. Salt Lake Tribune After shipment delays seemed to derail a plan to begin vaccinating teachers next week , a small amount of COVID-19 vaccines will now be available after all as originally scheduled — though there’s no direction yet on which Utah school staff members will be prioritized to get the limited number of doses. All K-12 personnel were moved up on Utah’s immunization priority list and now are scheduled ...
1/7/2021 Chicago Teachers Union proposes extended school year and optional reopening until teachers are vaccinated: ‘We are seeking to negotiate a settlement here’ Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune Jan 06, 2021 at 6:06 PM The Chicago Teachers Union is proposing that Chicago Public Schools delay in-person learning until all employees have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and for the union and school district to develop a mutually agreed-upon schedule for an extended school year. In the meantime, the union proposes, CPS could allow in-person learning by pairing staff ...
1/7/2021 Illinois coronavirus case count surges past 1 million as state reports 8,757 new and probable cases, 177 additional deaths Chicago Tribune ... raising the tally of known cases to 1,008,045 throughout the course of the pandemic. Advertisement Gov. J.B. Pritzker called the 1 million mark a “tragic milestone,” and encouraged Illinois residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine when it’s available to them. “As this disease continues to wreak havoc on our nation – with the United States setting another record for the most COVID-19 deaths in a day ...
1/7/2021 HealthPartners studying COVID-19 vaccine for pregnant women Star Tribune Purchase: Order Reprint A research division at HealthPartners has received $2 million from the federal government to monitor the safety of new COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant women and their babies. For months, obstetricians have pushed to make sure access to the new vaccines isn't denied to pregnant and postpartum women, including an estimated 300,000 health care workers who are among the first to be eligible. Federal guidance says pregnant ...
1/7/2021 South Africa buys 1.5 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine Star Tribune ... Order Reprint JOHANNESBURG — South Africa says it will import 1.5 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to inoculate the country's health workers. This is South Africa's first announcement of the purchase of a COVID-19 vaccine as its cases soar. The first 1 million doses will be delivered later this month from the Serum Institute of India, followed by an additional 500,000 doses in February, Health Minister Zwelini Mkhize ...
1/7/2021 COVID-19 vaccinations jump to 91,174 in Minnesota Star Tribune Coronavirus COVID-19 vaccinations jump to 91,174 in Minnesota By Jeremy Olson , Star Tribune January 07, 2021 - 11:37 AM More than 91,000 Minnesotans have received first doses of COVID-19 vaccine amid a pandemic that has caused 5,572 deaths and 429,570 diagnosed infections in the state. The totals include 44 deaths reported Thursday by the Minnesota Department of Health along with 2,004 newly confirmed infections with the novel coronavirus that ...
1/6/2021 U.S. vaccination campaign runs far behind schedule dailymagazine.news People stood in line to get the COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday at the Hansen Dam Recreation Area in the San Fernando Valley. The doses were intended for distribution to healthcare workers who signed up online; apparently, some others were able to get the vaccine. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) Operation Warp Speed promised to accelerate the development, manufacturing and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines."That means big, and it means ...
1/6/2021 Rep. Jamaal Bowman gets COVID-19 vaccination on camera to combat minority communities' distrust of government medical procedures dailymagazine.news Jamaal Bowman Democratic Rep. Jamaal Bowman received his first vaccination shot on camera in an effort to fight resistance to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine that exists among Black Americans and other minority communitiesBowman was candid about his initial reluctance to receive the shot."When I say I'm nervous, I'm talking about all that as I go in," he said."But I know it's my responsibility as an elected ...
1/6/2021 Colombia regulator approves Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for emergency use dailymagazine.news FILE PHOTO: Syringes are seen in front of displayed Biontech and Pfizer logos in this illustration BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's food and drug regulator on Tuesday authorized emergency use of Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE's COVID-19 vaccine, President Ivan Duque said on Tuesday, joining other countries that have already approved coronavirus vaccines.The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which has shown a 95% success rate, was formally approved by the National Institute ...
1/6/2021 Australia to bring forward COVID-19 vaccine rollout plans dailymagazine.news FILE PHOTO: Vials labelled \"COVID-19 Coronavirus Vaccine\" are placed on dry ice in this illustration By Renju JoseSYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will bring forward by two weeks to early March its COVID-19 vaccine rollout plans, health authorities said on Wednesday as the country battles to contain fresh cases in its two largest cities.Australia has repeatedly resisted pressure to expedite its vaccination distribution time table citing low coronavirus ...
1/6/2021 Keck Medicine of USC Administers 4,500 Vaccinations spectrumnews1.com ... and a very low grade fever After months of coming in close contact with patients known to have the coronavirus, Hosn joins about 4,500 other frontline healthcare workers at USC in getting the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.“I see patients every day and I was scared too because some patients have COVID and sometimes we don’t know until later after we’ve been in the room,” she said ...
1/6/2021 COVID-19 exhausting Texas ICU beds as hospitalizations soar Chron COVID-19 exhausting Texas ICU beds as hospitalizations soar Jan. 5, 2021 Comments 4 1 of 4 Pharmacist Brian Meyer gives Hannah Horick the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021 at Sunflower Pharmacy in Odessa, Texas. The Moderna vaccine for the virus does not establish immunity until 7 to 14 days following the second dose according to the CDC. (Eli Hartman/Odessa American ...
1/6/2021 Limited Opportunities in Consumer Cyclical Morningstar ... disposable income and a rise in e-commerce have since advanced consumer cyclical gains.Modest opportunities still exist in autos and restaurants - MorningstarThough the recent acceleration of e-commerce sales should moderate as COVID-19 vaccines become more widely available, we don’t expect this will stem the erosion of the department store channel. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, department store revenue was already on a steady decline ...