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Coronavirus vaccines: Why are some countries recommending single dose for teens, young adults?

Concerns of myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart, after a second COVID vaccine dose in teens and young adults has sparked several countries to turn to a single-dose vaccination tactic for that age group instead of the double dosage, according to multiple media outlets.   Officials in several countries, including England, Norway and Hong Kong, have recommended administering a single dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech… Read More »

FDA says Moderna vaccine’s benefits outweigh risks after Nordic countries limit use

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration reiterated its stance that the benefits of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine outweigh its risks on Friday after several Nordic countries began restricting its use for certain age groups due to concerns about a rare heart-related side effect. The FDA responded after health officials in Finland said Thursday that males under… Read More »

Fauci Wants to Make Vaccines for the Next Pandemic Before It Hits

The Coronavirus Outbreak liveCovid-19 Updates Coronavirus Map and Cases Delta Variant Pandemic Relief Programs Ending What is HIPAA? Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Fauci Wants to Make Vaccines for the Next Pandemic Before It Hits If funded, a government program costing several billion dollars could develop “prototype” vaccines… Read More »

Walgreens and CVS responsible for majority of wasted coronavirus vaccines: Report

Pharmacy giants Walgreens and CVS reportedly oversaw the waste of most of the country’s soiled coronavirus vaccine doses as of late March. Of 182,874 spoiled vaccines recorded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by March 30, CVS was responsible for about half and Walgreens was responsible for 21%, according to CDC data reported… Read More »