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By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, new protests flared in Russia over military call-ups for the war in Ukraine, Vladimir Putin granted Russian citizenship to Edward Snowden, Iran attacked Kurdish separatists in northern Iraq and accused them of instigating protests across…
The U.S. orders with Pfizer and Moderna include options to purchase 300 million doses each, but reaching that total will require more funding from Congress.
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
In a study published Thursday, researchers say even more deaths could have been prevented if global targets for vaccines had been reached.
By Carla K. Johnson, Associated Press
President Joe Biden visited a vaccination clinic Tuesday to celebrate that virtually all Americans can now get a COVID-19 shot Tuesday after the authorization of vaccines for kids under 5 over the weekend.
By Associated Press
In our news wrap Friday, the Food and Drug Administration authorized the first COVID-19 vaccines for children under age 5, the Federal Reserve doubled down on its pledge to curb soaring inflation, former Trump adviser Peter Navarro pleaded not guilty…
Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday that he won't facilitate their distribution but that the shots will be available to people who want them.
By Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press
U.S. regulators have authorized a COVID-19 vaccine booster for healthy children ages 5 to 11.
In our news wrap Thursday, Moderna filed for FDA authorization of its Covid-19 vaccine for children under the age of 6, Oklahoma lawmakers gave final approval to ban abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, new research warns thousands of new…
By Maria Cheng, Chris Megerian, Associated Press
In the latest Senate package targeted at stopping the coronavirus, U.S. lawmakers dropped nearly all funding for curbing the virus beyond American borders, a move many health experts describe as dangerously short-sighted.
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