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Enlarge / US President Joe Biden speaks at the Detroit Auto Show, in Detroit on September 14, 2022. reader comments 263 with 134 posters participating Share this story “The pandemic is over,” President Joe Biden said matter-of-factly in a 60 Minutes interview that aired Sunday night. The impromptu comment immediately drew headlines, as well as ..

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Enlarge / Moderna states that it doesn’t want to halt production or distribution of Pfizer/BioNTech’s vaccine, but it does want to be paid a license for its claimed patents. Getty Images reader comments 41 with 34 posters participating Share this story Now that the vaccine race is over and shots are broadly available, Moderna has ..

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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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reader comments 44 with 30 posters participating Share this story Federal officials have reportedly scrapped plans to expand access to second COVID-19 booster doses this summer, opting instead to pressure vaccine-makers Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech to produce their next-generation BA.5-targeting boosters even faster than before, possibly in September. Currently, people ages 50 and over, as well ..

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Enlarge / A woman watches white flags on the National Mall on September 18, 2021, in Washington, DC. Over 660,000 white flags were installed here to honor Americans who have lost their lives to COVID-19. reader comments 111 with 80 posters participating Share this story COVID-19 was the third leading cause of death in Americans ..

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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 126 with 63 posters participating Share this story A committee of experts advising the Food and Drug Administration voiced unanimous support ..

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Enlarge / Members of the public queue outside a pharmacy to receive COVID-19 antigen tests in Paris on January 6, 2022. reader comments 121 with 86 posters participating Share this story Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5 are on the rise in the European Union, spurring officials there to warn that a surge of COVID-19 cases ..

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Enlarge / A sign for a vaccine site stands in Staten Island on November 29, 2021, in New York City. reader comments 157 with 89 posters participating Share this story With pandemic funding running out, the Biden administration is repurposing $10 billion to buy next-generation COVID-19 booster doses for the fall, as well as treatments, ..

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Enlarge / North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un on June 30, 2019. reader comments 138 with 94 posters participating Share this story At least six people in North Korea have died and more than 350,000 have contracted an unusual fever since late April in an outbreak that “explosively spread nationwide,” North Korean state media said ..

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Enlarge / People watch a television broadcast showing a file image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a military parade at the Seoul Railway Station on May 4, 2022 in Seoul, South Korea. reader comments 89 with 53 posters participating Share this story North Korea instituted a nationwide lockdown Thursday after reporting an ..

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