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The Maine CDC reports 312 cases of COVID-19, no new deaths

The Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 312 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, and without further deaths, the fourth day in a row of the new case reported more than 300 as the infection grew among young people. Although about 37% of Mainers have already received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, according to CDC statistics, the unvaccinated …

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If you have a headache, this may be a sign of eye strain

In a stressful world, it is easy to eliminate the pain that seems to come with everyday life. However, there are some symptoms that you should not ignore – including one that can be a strong indicator that you are hurting your eyes. Of course, you probably know that eye pain can be a sign of eye strain, but there …

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Real-world data from Israel show that the South African option better circumvents the vaccine

The South African version of the coronavirus is particularly able to “break through” the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine than other variants, Israeli scientists found in a first-of-its-kind study. Israel uses the Pfizer vaccine almost exclusively to vaccinate millions of citizens, with a version of Moderna based on similar innovative mRNA technology used minimally. A team from the University of Tel Aviv and …

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Can face masks prevent not only COVID-19?

People who suffer from allergy symptoms can find some relief by wearing a mask, Israeli research shows. Allergy season is underway in Israel. It usually starts in late February and lasts until May, according to the Ministry of Health, which reports that allergies affect 30% of the Israeli population. A study by Galileo Medical Center and Bar-Ilan University, published in …

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Nearly half of adults in California have been vaccinated

Nearly half of Californians aged 18 and over have received at least one vaccine against COVID-19, an encouraging indicator as some experts see with concern the growing cases in Michigan, New Jersey and elsewhere in the country. So far, 46.8 percent of adults in California have received at least one vaccine, and 25.5 percent have been fully vaccinated, according to …

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A real Israeli study shows that the SA option could break the Pfizer vaccine

The Pfizer coronavirus vaccine is slightly less effective against the South African mutation, according to a new study raising a red flag among health professionals about the need to continue monitoring Israel’s airports to prevent dangerous mutations. The study, conducted by Clalit Health Services and the University of Tel Aviv, is the first of its kind to be based on …

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Almost 40 percent of Marines reduce COVID vaccines

OPEN: Nearly 40 percent of Marines choose not to receive COVID-19 vaccines because they believe they were developed too quickly New data released by CNN says 38.9% of Marines have given up the vaccine This is significantly more than the rejection rate among the general public, which is around 25% Earlier, military officials said the hesitation was largely due to …

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The Maine CDC reports 311 new cases of COVID-19, with no new deaths

The Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 311 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday and no new deaths. The number of COVID-19 deaths remaining 750 remains. An additional 311 cases show the total number from the outbreak in Maine to 53,745. The Maine CDC reports that 367,746 people, or 32.69% of the population, are received their last dose …

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