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Wisconsinites plan to sue “every school board” that ignores CDC’s COVID advice

Wisconsinites plan to sue “every school board” that ignores CDC’s COVID...

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Enlarge / Beers sold by the Minocqua Brewing Company. A Wisconsin brewery that says it's fed up with "anti-science," "Tucker Carlson-watching zombies" is funding a series of lawsuits against school boards that do not follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on COVID-19. So far, the Minocqua Brewing Company's Super PAC has helped parents…
Unvaccinated patients are getting kicked off organ transplant waitlists

Unvaccinated patients are getting kicked off organ transplant waitlists

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A growing number of medical facilities across the country are directing coveted organ donations to patients who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, pushing people who remain unvaccinated down or even off of transplantation waitlists. The thinking behind this move is simple: With transmission of the pandemic coronavirus still high in the US, unvaccinated transplant candidates…
No, your antibodies are not better than vaccination: An explainer

No, your antibodies are not better than vaccination: An explainer

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Enlarge / Dr. Silvia Gelvez gestures after receiving a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19, at Colombia University Clinic in Bogota on February 18, 2021. Covid-19 Coverage View more stories As long as there have been vaccines against COVID-19, there have been arguments for why people shouldn't get those vaccines. One of the more…
Citing liberty, Idaho Lt. Gov. McGeachin bans vaccine mandates in power grab

Citing liberty, Idaho Lt. Gov. McGeachin bans vaccine mandates in power...

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Enlarge / Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin speaks during a mask-burning event at the Idaho Statehouse on March 6, 2021, in Boise, Idaho. Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin grabbed the reins Tuesday by banning COVID-19 vaccination "passports" and mandatory COVID-19 testing in the state while Gov. Brad Little was away on travel. She also sought…
Biden administration expects J&J boosters in the next few weeks

Biden administration expects J&J boosters in the next few weeks

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Enlarge / Boxes of Johnson & Johnson's Janssen COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination site in Florida. Covid-19 Coverage View more stories Johnson & Johnson plans to seek authorization for a booster dose for its one-shot COVID-19 vaccine early this week, according to a report by The New York Times. J&J is the last to apply…
COVID-19 vaccines will be added to immunization list required for CA students

COVID-19 vaccines will be added to immunization list required for CA...

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Enlarge / California Gov. Gavin Newsom talks with 7th grade students at James Denman Middle School on October 01, 2021 in San Francisco, California. Covid-19 Coverage View more stories California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday announced that the state will add COVID-19 vaccines to the list of immunizations students are required to get to attend…
NY prepared for tens of thousands of unvaccinated health workers to lose jobs

NY prepared for tens of thousands of unvaccinated health workers to...

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Enlarge / Demonstrators hold signs during a protest against COVID-19 mandates in New York on Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. Covid-19 Coverage View more stories New York state has braced itself for the possibility of losing tens of thousands of unvaccinated health workers who fail to meet the state's Monday deadline for COVID-19 vaccination. Last month,…
CDC advisors OK boosters for 65+, those with health risks—not occupational risks

CDC advisors OK boosters for 65+, those with health risks—not occupational...

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Enlarge / Signage outside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday, March 14, 2020. An independent committee of experts that advises the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted Thursday to recommend booster doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccine for persons ages 65 and older; residents of long-term…
Following expert advice, FDA authorizes boosters for people 65+, high risk

Following expert advice, FDA authorizes boosters for people 65+, high risk

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Enlarge / The Food and Drug Administration headquarters in White Oak, Maryland. Covid-19 Coverage View more stories The US Food and Drug Administration late Wednesday authorized booster doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for people ages 65 and up. Also eligible for boosters will be those ages 18 to 64 who are at high risk…
Idaho COVID crisis: Hospitals overflowing with sicker, younger patients

Idaho COVID crisis: Hospitals overflowing with sicker, younger patients

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Enlarge / A coronavirus preparedness tent setup outside a hospital emergency room entrance at Gritman Medical Center in the northern Idaho city of Moscow in March 2020. Health officials in Idaho are reporting dire circumstances as hospitals around the state continue to crumble under the delta-fueled surge of COVID-19 cases. "We continue to set record…

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