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The Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine produced a low side effect immune response in early trials.

On February 19, 2020, Dr. Michael Ryan addressed a press conference in Geneva, Switzerland, Xinhua / Chen Junxia via Getty Images. As of Wednesday, the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise worldwide. Mike Ryan, director of the World Health Organization’s Emergency Health Program, called on wealthy nations to help bridge the global vaccine inequality gap. “There are populations that …

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Colorado has statistics on COVID-related illnesses among children.

DENVER (KDVR) – As COVID-19 cases increase in Colorado in late fall, a rare illness that affects children follows later this year. The Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE) said the state reported the highest number of pediatric systemic inflammatory syndromes (MIS-C) in December. The state currently has 29 confirmed cases of MIS-C from the Centers for Disease Control …

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The Mediterranean diet can cause Parkinson’s disease later in life.

A new study finds a link between a Mediterranean-style diet and delayed onset of Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological disease for which there is currently no cure for it. The researchers evaluated people following both the Mediterranean diet and the very similar MIND diet, both of which focused on vegetables, pulses, seafood, olive oil and wine in moderation. …

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LA County Will Not Accelerate Release Of The Vaccine For People Over 65

Los Angeles County will not accelerate coronavirus vaccination for people 65 and older, although California officials on Wednesday, January 13, announced local officials could do so immediately. LA County officials on Wednesday reported 281 additional deaths and 14,564 deaths. Nearly 13,000 people have died from COVID-19 in LA County, with 231 deaths per day on average. During the past week …

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Texas has the highest number of coronavirus cases 2 million.Dallas County recorded 21 deaths, driving more than 1,800 deaths.

With nearly 27,000 new cases of coronavirus added Wednesday, Texas had more than 2 million cases during the outbreak. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Dallas County reported 2,994 new coronavirus cases and 21 new COVID-19 deaths, bringing the county’s death toll higher than 1,800. Ten victims were native to Dallas: a woman in her 40s, a man’s 50, a man, a woman …

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The US continues to delay COVID-19 workplace safety, former OSHA official says: Coronavirus: NPR update

A plant in Waterloo, Iowa, is one of Tyson Foods’ factories that experienced a severe coronavirus outbreak among workers last year. Charlie Neibergall / AP Hide subtitles Switch subtitles Charlie Neibergall / AP A plant in Waterloo, Iowa, is one of Tyson Foods’ factories that experienced a severe coronavirus outbreak among workers last year. Charlie Neibergall / AP As COVID-19 …

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Ohio researchers discover new strain of COVID-19.

The US sets another record high for all deaths from the coronavirus. More than 4,300 Americans died from the virus Tuesday. While the vaccination is increasing too Nearly 1 million images On Tuesday, a new coronavirus strains appeared in Ohio. Ohio State University researchers have discovered a new model with the same mutation as the one found in the UK. …

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Eight more Men and women have died as the state reports more than 800 new COVID-19 cases.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Maine reported eight new coronavirus-related deaths on Thursday and 808 new cases, the second day in a row the state has reported more than 800 new cases. With 31,958 cases since the beginning of the outbreak, eight new COVID-19-related deaths bring the total since the outbreak to be 461.Penobscot County reports three new …

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A trial of a new MS drug for Covid begins at a hospital in Hull.

Scientists believe they have found a ventilator (pictured) blocking the coronavirus from spreading in the lungs. A trial of a re-used multiple sclerosis drug, which researchers hope to dramatically reduce the chances of coronavirus patients becoming seriously ill, began at a hospital in Hull. The first patient in a trial with a drug called SNG001 was treated at Hull Royal …

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