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Covid-19 Vaccine Reaction Becomes Underlying Cause Of Death

The coronavirus vaccines are surrounded by so much controversy like there’s no tomorrow. This is one of the reasons for which some people are not that anxious to get the shots. Now, more news comes to add food for thought about the issue. BBC dropped the bomb that an adverse...
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Dr. Fauci explains how to keep your kids safe from the delta variant

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the White House chief medical adviser on the novel coronavirus, recently revealed there’s a simple way to keep unvaccinated children safe from the delta variant. What did Fauci say about kids and COVID-19 variants?. Fauci said on the “Today” show that children who are younger than 12...
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The Delta variant is spreading. See your state’s COVID vaccination rate

Our mission to make business better is fueled by readers like you. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today. President Joe Biden may have already conceded that the U.S. will fall short of reaching his July 4 goal to have vaccinated at least 70% of the adult population against COVID, but the stakes for advancing the nation’s vaccine drive remain high as the Delta variant—the highly transmissible and concerning strain of the virus that first emerged in India—swiftly makes inroads across the country.
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Cole Beasley Provides Scientific Proof There Is No Vaccine for Being Stupid ... Honest to God

Cole Beasley is the latest to prove that while there is a vaccine for COVID-19 there is not one for COVID-stupid. This week the Buffalo Bills’ scrappy little receiver announced he planned to refuse to comply with regulations negotiated by the union that represents NFL players -- regulations that give fully vaccinated players more freedom to return to normal than non-vaccinated players.
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Longest known SARS-CoV-2 infection of nearly 300 days successfully treated with new therapy

An immunocompromised individual with the longest known PCR confirmed case of SARS-CoV-2 infection, lasting more than 290 days, has been successfully treated with two investigational monoclonal antibodies (laboratory engineered antibodies). Clinicians and researchers from the University of Bristol and North Bristol NHS Trust (NBT) worked closely to assess and treat the infection and want to highlight the urgent need for improved access to treatments for such people with persistent SARS-CoV-2 infection.
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Untrained pandemic pups present dilemma for Americans

A few weeks ago, Jeffrey Davis decided his son’s dog is no longer welcome in his home. It’s not that the Utah resident doesn’t love dogs — he does. His yellow Lab, Cosmo, is a loyal running buddy and beloved family pet. But about six months into the pandemic, his...