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New COVID-19 cases in the U.S. are down nearly 60% and deaths have fallen by nearly a third. Americans are getting boosters, and young children may be able to start getting vaccinated as soon as next week. But the U.S.
By Laura Santhanam
"It's not as efficient as a mass vaccination center, but that doesn't mean it's any less important."…
By Glenn J. Rapsinski, The Conversation
As boosters are authorized for all three COVID-19 shots available in the U.S., the ability to swap out vaccine types looks to be a boon to the immune system.
By Associated Press
The White House COVID task force is expected to hold a briefing on Wednesday as the U.S. begins to implement nationwide booster shots.
By Lauran Neergaard, Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
The vote Tuesday by the Food and Drug Administration panel moves the nation closer to vaccinating children ages 5 to 11. The FDA isn't bound by the recommendation and is expected to make its own decision within days.
By David Klepper, Amanda Seitz, Associated Press
Despite evidence that it worked, Facebook took a full month to implement the changes at a pivotal time in the global vaccine rollout.
By Zeke Miller, David Koenig, Associated Press
The Biden administration is detailing its new international COVID-19 air travel policies for most foreign travelers to the U.S, which will include exemptions for kids and new federal contact tracing requirements.
By Lauren Neergaard
Moderna said Monday that a low dose of its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and appears to work in 6- to 11-year-olds, as the manufacturer moves toward expanding shots to children.
Beginning Friday, COVID-19 booster shots for both Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are available to eligible populations. The CDC and FDA also authorized mixing and matching vaccines and boosters. Amna Nawaz discusses the latest with Dr. Leana Wen, an emergency…
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
The British government's scientific advisers have urged the government to ensure coronavirus restrictions can be introduced rapidly, as the rate of new infections continues to grow.
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