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reader comments 114 with 51 posters participating Share this story The updated COVID-19 boosters targeting the BA.4/5 subvariants now rolling out nationwide are meant to head off a surge of the disease this fall and winter—but they are also meant to signal a shift in the nation’s pandemic response, which is moving out of an ..

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Enlarge / Transmission electron micrograph of poliovirus type 1. reader comments 91 with 72 posters participating Share this story Health officials in New York are ramping up efforts to boost polio vaccination rates in local children as yet more poliovirus has surfaced in sewage sampling. On Friday, August 12, New York state and New York ..

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reader comments 96 with 55 posters participating Share this story The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its pandemic guidance today, offering slightly looser recommendations that likely won’t change much about how Americans handle the pandemic these days. According to the updated guidance, people who are not up-to-date on their vaccinations—i.e., unvaccinated people ..

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Enlarge / Kids line up to get their polio vaccines at the Woodbury Avenue School in Huntington, New York, on April 27, 1954. reader comments 183 with 110 posters participating Share this story Health officials in New York have detected a case of polio, marking the first case of the dangerous viral disease in the ..

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Enlarge / Empty vials of the Novavax Inc. Nuvaxovid COVID-19 vaccine arranged at the Tegel Vaccine Center in Berlin, Germany, on Monday, March 7, 2022. reader comments 30 with 25 posters participating Share this story The US Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday issued a long-awaited authorization for Novavax’s COVID-19 vaccine. It is the fourth ..

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Enlarge / A health worker administers a polio vaccine to a child out of Kabul Afghanistan on May 17, 2016. reader comments 105 with 64 posters participating Share this story A vaccine-derived version of poliovirus has repeatedly surfaced in London sewage over the past several months, suggesting there may be a cryptic or hidden spread ..

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Enlarge / Health care workers wearing personal protective equipment transport the body of a deceased patient onto a hearse outside the mortuary at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday, March 2, 2022. Hong Kong reported more than 55,000 cases on Wednesday, its hospitals are inundated, and the city’s morgues are nearly full. reader comments 72 ..

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Enlarge / Blood samples for COVID-19 antibody testing. reader comments 73 with 48 posters participating Share this story Covid-19 Coverage View more stories An estimated 140 million people in the US—around 43 percent—have had COVID-19, according to the latest analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention using data from the end of January. ..

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Enlarge / Boston Medical Center Child Life Specialist Karlie Bittrich sees to a baby while in a pediatrics tent set up outside of Boston Medical Center in Boston on April 29, 2020. reader comments 116 with 61 posters participating Share this story Despite being widely seen as mild, the omicron coronavirus variant has been brutal ..

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Enlarge / People walk out of a Google office building in Taipei, Taiwan, on January 29, 2021. Ceng Shou Yi/NurPhoto reader comments 328 with 165 posters participating Share this story Google is giving employees until January 18 to prove that they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19 or apply for an exemption, according to a report from ..

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