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What will it take to achieve herd immunity?

COLUMBUS (WCMH) – “Herd immunity” is a term that is scattered by medical experts during a pandemic. But what does this mean, especially as more and more people start getting vaccinated against COVID-19? Health experts warn that rapidly spreading, more contagious options could threaten to reach this point. Georgia becomes the third country to close the Johnson & Johnson vaccine …

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A far-flung coronavirus pandemic: WHO Coronavirus pandemic news

The confusion and complacency of dealing with COVID-19 means the pandemic is far from over, but it can be brought under control for months with proven public health measures, the head of the World Health Organization said. “We also want to see societies and economies reopen and travel and trade resume,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Gebreesus said at a briefing …

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Can COVID vaccines affect periods? Experts are discussing

After Catherine Lee received her vaccine against COVID-19, she and a colleague discussed their side effects. Since they worked in medical school, they received their photos early and think this may be a good opportunity to understand the experience. While expecting pain at the injection site and possibly raising the temperature, they both noticed a symptom they did not expect: …

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Fauci says some “breakthrough” infections after vaccinations are “inevitable”

Inevitably, some people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will still get a “breakthrough” infection, Anthony FauciAnthony Fauci Vaccinated Fauci hosts people at home, but stays away from crowded indoor spaces. Trump backs Rand Paul for re-election The Hill’s Morning Report – Biden: Let’s make a deal for infrastructure, taxes MORE said Monday because no vaccine is 100 percent …

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Is it safe to go to the gym in a pandemic? Your guide

Humans can shrink or spread coronavirus by exposing themselves to droplets that carry the virus, virus that has accumulated in or leaks into the air, or surfaces contaminated with the virus. This means that “the increased respiratory effort that occurs in enclosed spaces of indoor facilities to facilitate the transmission” of the virus, according to the US Centers for Disease …

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How 15 Californians make it difficult to get vaccines

California is extending the eligibility for the vaccine to all residents aged 16 and over, starting April 15, and hundreds of thousands of people will struggle to find appointments. You may have heard that finding an appointment can be complicated. While health care providers, pharmacies and counties are constantly opening appointments every day, they are moving fast. To help you …

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