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Affiliate pharmacies ask states to transfer unused amounts of COVID-19 vaccines to pharmacies.

Blanquer said during a news conference in Paris on Thursday, Jan. 14, on the French government’s current strategy for the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. (Photo Thomas Coex / POOL / AFP Despite new restrictions across France, including the curfew. But the school will remain open and plans to test one million students and teachers per month, France’s Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer …

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Prisma Health officials plan to deliver 10,000 vaccines per day.

Prisma Health announced plans to provide 10,000 vaccines per day.Prisma Health is setting up a high dose community vaccine center, especially in Greenville and Columbia, starting next week and will continue to expand access to vaccines as it can provide Sao. Carolina With additional sites available, Prisma Health is expected to handle up to 10,000 shots per day within the …

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The DHEC announced a transition from quarantine to mitigation to COVID-19 cases, see the growing record of SC health officials: “We all need to stand together on the anti-COVID-19 frontier.”

For immediate release14 January 2020 Columbia, SC – As the number of COVID-19 infections continues to rise to record levels in South Carolina, health officials announced today that the state will shift efforts from quarantine to community mitigation measures to Slow down the spread of the virus The people of South Carolina are called to help by taking ongoing actions …

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Finally, COVID-19 may not be any worse than the childhood cold.

by: Michelle Robertson, Nextstar Media Wire Post: 14 Jan 2021 / 03:28 CST / Update: 14 Jan 2021 / 03:28 CST This electron microscope image, produced and color-enhanced by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in Fort Detrick, Maryland, shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 virus particle, an orange color, isolated from Patients (NIAID / National Institutes of Health …

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Researchers warn that the coronavirus could become the leading cause of death in Arizona.

Could a new corona virus become the top cause of death in Arizona? During an update on the coronavirus outbreak, members of the University of Arizona’s COVID-19 modeling team warned that it was likely. Each year, about 12,000 Arizona residents die from heart disease, and 12,000 more die of cancer. According to local news outlet AZFamily, the state’s coronavirus-related deaths …

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New Jersey is vaccinating smokers ahead of key workers.

After the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a broad change in the nation’s release of the COVID vaccine on Jan. 12, the governor has been stepping up to take the necessary corrective action at the state level. The state is free to interpret HHS recommendations for the release as it sees fit. Recently, the state of …

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Arkansas boy, 4, has serious symptoms from COVID-19.

by: Hunter Hoagland, KARK, Nextstar Media Wire Post: January 14, 2021 / 4:35 p.m. EST / Update: January 14, 2021 / 4:35 p.m. EST LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KARK) – A 4-year-old boy in Arkansas who is hospitalized with COVID-19 is now fighting more. Ollie Rodgers was tested for COVID-19 on Jan. 8 after having a high fever. His mother, Whitney …

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What should I know about the COVID-19 vaccine if I am pregnant?

What should I know about the COVID-19 vaccine if I am pregnant? Vaccination is probably the best way to prevent COVID-19 in pregnancy.When the risk of serious illness and death from the virus is higher than normal. The US College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists said COVID-19 vaccination should not be withheld from pregnant women and that women should discuss the …

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