When can the U.S. return to "normal" life with.. - 55分前  @MedPage Today

When can the U.S. return to "normal" life without COVID-19 restrictions? Here's what NIAID Director Anthony Fauci, MD, thinks. By @cphend. #IDtwitter
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Moderna vaccine will arrive in Taiwan in May - 58分前  Intell Asia

Intellasia East Asia News Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command centre (CECC) on Thursday (April 15) announced that Taiwan will begin to receive shipments of Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine in May. During a press conference on Thursday, CECC Spokesman Chuang Jen-hsiang announced that Taiwan will begin to receive doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in May rather than the end of April […]
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HK-Singapore travel bubble: ‘mid-May’ target for long-awaited deal amid coronavirus pandemic - 58分前  Intell Asia

Intellasia East Asia News A long-awaited Covid-19 travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore could be up by as early as mid-May, three sources have told the Post, kicking off a second attempt to revive quarantine-free tourism between the two major Asian financial hubs. The exact launch date is still considered a “moving target”, according to those familiar with […]
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Covid-19: Chhattisgarh govt orders 90,000 Remdesivir injections - 1時間前  Business Standard

The Chhattisgarh government on Friday said that it has ordered 90,000 Remdesivir injections out of which 2,000 injections will be received within two days
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Facebook's most popular post about the J & J COVID vaccine was posted by a conspiracy theorist - 1時間前  Mashable!

Anti-vaxxers are having a field day with the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine news that broke earlier this week. And that news is helping them go viral on Facebook. The most popular Facebook post sharing a link about the vaccine this week belongs to a conspiracy theorist who goes by the name An0maly. According to NPR, the post from the self-described "news analyst and hip-hop artist" was more popular than stories shared by CNN, ABC News, The New York Times, and Fox News. An0maly has a history of spreading right-wing conspiracy theories across social media. While some of his previous post...more
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With coronavirus surging, Brazil tells women not to get pregnant until a ‘better moment’ - 1時間前  RT

Brazil has asked women to “delay pregnancy” until the Covid-19 pandemic subsides, citing the threat of a coronavirus variant plaguing the country. Between new variants and vaccine risks, now is not a good time to be expecting. “If it’s possible, delay pregnancy a little until a better moment,” Health Ministry official Raphael Parente said during a news conference on Friday, warning that the P1 variant of the coronavirus prevalent in Brazil “acts more aggressively in pregnant women.” Brazil has become one of the world’s coronavirus...more
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コロナ感染したら10万円給付される短期保険 - 2時間前  スラッシュドット ジャパン

第一生命グループ第一スマート少額短期保険は、新型コロナウイルス(COVID-19)向けの新型保険コロナminiサポほけん」を9日から販売開始...more
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Turn Covid-19 crisis into an opportunity, says HUL CMD Sanjiv Mehta - 2時間前  Business Standard

Humanise leadership, people need care not battle cry: HUL's Sanjiv Mehta
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#HealthIT news roundup: Halo Therapeutics prep.. - 2時間前  @Healthcare IT News

#HealthIT news roundup: Halo Therapeutics prepares COVID-19 treatment, NHS confederation hires new chief executive and more top news. #PopHealthIT
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Brazil asks women to delay pregnancy over new COVID-19 variant fears - 3時間前  Channel NewsAsia

Brazil asked women on Friday to delay getting pregnant until the worst of the pandemic passes, saying the virus variant that is devastating the South American country appears to affect expectant mothers more than earlier versions of the coronavirus.
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New virus cases in 600s for 2nd day, virus battle at inflection point - 58分前  Intell Asia

Intellasia East Asia News South Korea’s daily new coronavirus cases stayed in the 600s for the second straight day Friday as the country’s virus fight is at a critical juncture of bracing for another wave of the pandemic. The country reported 673 more COVID-19 cases, including 652 local infections, raising the total caseload to 112,789, the Korea Disease Control […]
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HK reports 17 new COVID-19 cases - 58分前  Intell Asia

Intellasia East Asia News Hong Kong’s centre for Health Protection (CHP) reported 17 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Friday, taking the total tally to 11,635. There were 11 imported cases and six local cases which were epidemiologically linked with other local cases confirmed earlier, according to the CHP. A total of 138 cases have been recorded in the […]
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Coronavirus: sacking HK staff for not getting vaccinated may break the law, warns equality chief - 58分前  Intell Asia

Intellasia East Asia News Hong Kong’s equality watchdog has told employers they risk breaching discrimination laws by firing workers who refuse to get vaccinated against Covid-19. But Equal Opportunities Commission chair Ricky Chu Man-kin on Friday noted that anti-pandemic measures would inevitably result in differences in the way people were treated, and those variations could fall outside the scope […]
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Global coronavirus infection rate approaching highest, says WHO - 1時間前  Business Standard

The number of new Covid-19 cases per week worldwide has nearly doubled over the past two months, approaching the highest infection rate seen so far during the pandemic, the WHO said
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Symbolizing "love and compassion," a photo of .. - 1時間前  @MedPage Today

Symbolizing "love and compassion," a photo of an 85-year-old Brazilian woman with COVID-19 being embraced for the first time in 5 months was recognized as the World Press Photo of the Year. Via @AP.
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Could waiving the patents of Covid-19's vaccines save the world? - 2時間前  France 24

A year after Covid-19 was declared a global pandemic, and the world’s pharmaceutical companies threw themselves into the race to find a vaccine against the deadly disease, the contest is now on patenting their immunisation shots. But intellectual property rights drive prices and can discriminate against vaccine access, prompting louder and louder calls for patents to be temporarily waived.
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Blood-clotting illness PVT 30x more prevalent in Moderna, Pfizer Covid-19 recipients than AstraZeneca – Oxford researchers - 2時間前  RT

A potentially fatal blood-clotting disease is 30 times more common among people who have received the Covid-19 vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer than those given the troubled AstraZeneca jab, researchers have found. A team of scientists from the University of Oxford has found that after vaccination, Vaxzevria (formerly AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine) recipients were less likely to suffer portal vein thrombosis (PVT) – blood clots in the artery from the intestines to the liver. For recipients of the viral vector Vaxzevria vaccine, the incidence rate for spl...more
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Covid-19 pandemic highlights need for collaboration: HUL CMD Sanjiv Mehta - 2時間前  Business Standard

HUL was amongst the fastest to recover within the fast-moving consumer goods companies following a nationwide lockdown last year
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Capitol Report: After year of pandemic, Capitol Hill slowly sees signs of return to normalcy - 2時間前  MarketWatch

Congress, like many other areas of American life, is slowly but surely beginning to return to normal as more lawmakers and staff get vaccinated and the level of coronavirus worry ebbs. Lawmakers say there's still a long ways to go yet, though.
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The Margin: Why comparing blood clot risks from COVID-19 vaccines and birth control pills doesn’t work - 3時間前  MarketWatch

Doctors say they are different kinds of clots --- and the coronavirus poses a greater risk than the vaccines
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