Dutch Long-Term Covid Research Shows 50% Of Study Participants Have 1 or More Symptoms 3 Months After Being Infected With Coronavirus

THE HAGUE, THE NETHERLANDS: Director of the Dutch RIVM (Center for Infectious Disease Control) Jaap van … [+] Dissel. (Photo by Niels Wenstedt / BSR Agency / Getty Images) Getty Images The Dutch RIVM (Center for Infectious Disease Control – CDC counterpart in the Netherlands) is leading a long term she studies on the long … Read more

Live coronavirus SC updates: 9,700 COVID cases last week

Pharmacist Kaitlin Harring, left, administers a Modern COVID-19 vaccination to 3-year-old Fletcher Pack as she sits on the lap of her mother, McKenzie Pack, at Walgreens Pharmacy on Monday, June 20, 2022, in Lexington, SC Sean Rayford AP We are monitoring the most up-to-date information on the coronavirus and vaccines in South Carolina. Check back … Read more

COVID-19 updates: CA case rate, positivity, hospitalizations

COVID-19 case rates declined statewide this week, although positivity rates continue to rise. And the virus appears to be loosening its hold on the capital region, at least temporarily as nearly all metrics – case rate, positivity rate, and hospitalizations – have declined over the past week in Sacramento County. The Tuesday, California Department of … Read more

6,778 new groundbreaking COVID cases in Massachusetts – NBC Boston

Massachusetts health officials have reported an additional 6,778 new revolutionary COVID cases in the past week and 43 new deaths in people with revolutionary cases. The groundbreaking case numbers – infections in people who were vaccinated – include another 172 vaccinated people hospitalized in the period, Massachusetts Department of Public Health officials said Tuesday. The … Read more

The American response to monkeypox repeats the mistakes of COVID-19

Monkeypox, a relative of smallpox, is spreading at unnerving rates and to unprecedented places, including the United States. Over 1,500 cases have been recorded in over 30 countries, including at least 17 US states and the District of Columbia. However, the biggest concern for Americans isn’t disease – it’s that our response shows how little … Read more

CDC Approves Coronavirus Vaccine For Children 6 Months To 5 Years Old | News center

On June 18, 2022 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 approved vaccination for infants who are at least 6 months of age. This means that approximately 20 million children in the United States under the age of 5 are barely eligible for vaccination. With the rise of COVID-19 cases, many parents are eager … Read more

Leo Varadkar for now excludes the return of the mandatory mask despite the surge in Covid cases

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said he believes Ireland will be able to weather this “summer wave” of Covid-19 infections without having to introduce restrictions. It comes when Health Service Executive (HSE) clinical director Dr. Colm Henry expressed concern about the increase in cases, which is largely due to the Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 sub-variants, which represent … Read more

Innovating the next COVID-19 variant … and the next pandemic

In an ideal world, COVID-19 would be a thing of the past and another pandemic would be a distant possibility. Unfortunately, we don’t live in an ideal world and there’s no way to predict when the next dangerous variant or pandemic of COVID-19 will emerge. Case in point: monkeypox. We must be ready. Given the … Read more

Travel insurance in 2022: everything you need to know and how to choose the best policy

With the rise of travel around the world, finding insurance is a must for any aspiring jet set. The pandemic has made travelers more aware of the need to take cover, according to a European Commission’s travel survey released today. “Some respondents have become risk averse with respect to the impact of unforeseen or sudden … Read more