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All Posts Tagged as 'Vaccine'

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Florida officials catch young women dressed as 'grannies' trying to get COVID-19 vaccine 

 

Two Florida women dressed as elderly individuals in an effort to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, the local sheriff's office confirmed to The Hill.

Florida officials catch young women dressed as 'grannies' trying to get COVID-19 vaccine

Tags: Abuse, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Health, Mental Health, Privilege, Theft, Vaccine

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19-Feb-2021


Is it safe to visit grandparents after getting the Covid vaccine? 

 

Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the nation's leading public health advisers, told Savannah Guthrie on NBC's "TODAY" show that he is often asked if it's safe to get together without some of the public health measures like masking and social distancing.

“The answer, ultimately, is going to be yes,” he said during the interview Thursday.

However, that's if everyone in the group is fully vaccinated. Fauci urged more caution if only one party has received the vaccine, since people who have been vaccinated could potentially harbor virus in their nose and transmit it to others.

“That's the reason why we say, until we have the overwhelming majority of people vaccinated, and the level of virus is very low, if you're vaccinated, it would be prudent to wear a mask,” Fauci said.

Is it safe to visit grandparents after getting the Covid vaccine?

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Effect, Family, Masks, Responsibility, Safety, Science, Social Distancing, Vaccine

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14-Feb-2021


Here’s why COVID-19 has a vaccine after 1 year and HIV doesn’t after nearly 40 years 

 

The rapid development of several COVID-19 vaccines has compelled numerous web commenters to accusingly ask why the same hasn’t been done for HIV, a pandemic that has lasted nearly 40 years longer than the coronavirus.

However, a closer look at the different virology of coronavirus and HIV helps explain why the former has a soon-to-be widely available vaccine and the latter doesn’t.

The aforementioned critics often claim that the lack of an HIV vaccine is due to the fact that HIV has most affected men and trans women who have sex with men, Black people, people of color, and intravenous drug users — marginalized people who tend to have less money and political power. Thus, the lack of an HIV vaccine can seem like a conspiratorial way to let these communities die off.

Here’s why COVID-19 has a vaccine after 1 year and HIV doesn’t after nearly 40 years

Tags: Coronavirus, Cultural, Death, Disease, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Health, Inclusion, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Representation, Science, Vaccine

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29-Dec-2020


Surgeon General Jerome Adams says people still need to wear masks and socially distance after they've been vaccinated because it doesn't prevent infection just severe illness 

 

Surgeon General Jerome Adams said on Monday morning that people still had to wear masks and socially distance once they are vaccinated against COVID-19 because they can still pass on the virus.

While it has been proven to be 94% effective in preventing severe illness from the virus, it has not yet been proven to be a full proof means of preventing infection.

More study needs to be done before that can be known for certain, Adams said.

Intensive care nurse Sandra Lindsay received the first Pfizer shot in the U.S. at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Queens just before 9.30am this morning during a livestream with New York Gov Andrew Cuomo.

The vaccine will be rolled out gradually until around February and March, when it'll become widely available to the general public.

But even then, millions are skeptical about taking it. It means the virus could still circulate for months after millions of Americans become immunized against it.

Surgeon General Jerome Adams says people still need to wear masks

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Effect, Illness, Masks, Medical, Safety, Vaccine

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15-Dec-2020


The coronavirus vaccine rollout will be messy. People will have to deal with that. 

 

A vaccine kit sent to the wrong state. A hospital system in California expecting to get powdered vaccines instead of frozen vials. And tens of thousands of people expect to get vaccinated in the coming weeks, when in reality they are going to have to wait for months.

The rollout of the first coronavirus vaccine is already messy, and it has only been authorized since late Friday night.

"The public has to be cognizant that there is going to be unfairness or error or sometimes just stupidity," said Juliette Kayyem, a security specialist at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and former assistant secretary for intergovernmental affairs at the Department of Homeland Security during the Obama administration.

Vaccine advisers have already broken down priority groups into subgroups, and have only designated the very, very first people to get vaccines. Those in this 1a group designated by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will include frontline health care workers and people in long-term care homes.

But even that small group already outnumbers the vaccine supply. It's about 24 million people, and 40 million doses will only cover 20 million. Hospitals are planning to triage.

The coronavirus vaccine rollout will be messy. People will have to deal with that.

Tags: Coronavirus, Limited, Supply, Vaccine

Filed under: Health/Food

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13-Dec-2020


UK issues anaphylaxis warning on Pfizer vaccine after adverse reactions 

 

Britain’s medicine regulator said anyone with a history of anaphylaxis to a medicine or food should not get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, giving fuller guidance on an earlier allergy warning about the shot.

Starting with the elderly and frontline workers, Britain began mass vaccinating its population on Tuesday, part of a global drive that poses one of the biggest logistical challenges in peacetime history.

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said there had been two reports of anaphylaxis and one report of a possible allergic reaction since rollout began.

“Any person with a history of anaphylaxis to a vaccine, medicine or food should not receive the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine,” MHRA Chief Executive June Raine said in a statement.

UK issues anaphylaxis warning on Pfizer vaccine after adverse reactions

The FDA says Pfizer’s Covid vaccine is safe and effective. But trial participants warn of intense symptoms after second shot

Rich countries are hoarding Covid-19 vaccines and leaving the developing world behind, People's Vaccine Alliance warns

U.S. could face months of vaccine shortages amid global competition

Tags: Awareness, Effect, Greed, Hate, Medical, Safety, Vaccine, Warning, World

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10-Dec-2020


I’m hesitant to get a coronavirus vaccine. Here’s why. 

 

“I am not feeling this vaccine, and I’m certainly not feeling like being in the guinea pig phase,” Rev. Emmett Price shared with me on our podcast All Rev’d Up. Like many Black ministers across the country, Price is not confident in telling his congregation to be the first in line for the vaccine.

On November 26, Walker conducted a webinar, “Where do we go from here? Coping in the next season of the COVID-19 pandemic,” where Dr. Fauci spoke to the Roxbury community. Fauci recognized our distrust in the medical system but assured the audience that the speed of the vaccine does not compromise its safety nor scientific integrity.

However, Fauci mentioned the lack of diversity in the clinical trials for the vaccine and wished more minorities were in them, stating “what’s safe and effective should not be only for whites.”

The presidents of Xavier University and Dillard University, both historically Black universities in Louisiana, volunteered for COVID-19 trials with the hopes of recruiting their students as a way to bridge the chasm between the Black community and its distrust with the medical system. Students at both schools would have access to free COVID-19 tests and a lab equipment company made a donation worth $15 million to the schools.

I’m hesitant to get a coronavirus vaccine. Here’s why.

Tags: Choices, Culture, Environment, Fear, Medical, Responsibility, Safety, Survival, Treatment, Vaccine

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08-Dec-2020


NY expects 170K doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December 

 

New York expects to receive its first 170,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government by mid-December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday as he expressed doubt about the distribution of the shot throughout the state.

“We expect, if all safety and efficacy approvals are granted, those first doses will arrive by Dec. 15,” Cuomo said during an Albany press briefing.

Since the vaccine requires two doses, a second 170,000 Pfizer doses will be delivered to the state 21 days after the first, said Cuomo.

The Empire State also expects initial allocations of drug company Moderna’s vaccine this month, Cuomo said.

On Monday, Moderna applied to the US Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization for its coronavirus vaccine, while Pfizer and BioNTech filed their application with the FDA earlier last month for authorization for their COVID-19 vaccine.

NY expects 170K doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December

Tags: Exclusivity, Health, Insensitivity, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Politics, Treatment, Vaccine

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02-Dec-2020


No jab? You're barred! Bars, restaurants, cinemas and sports venues could turn away anyone who hasn't had a Covid-19 vaccine, minister warns 

 

Restaurants, bars and cinemas may turn customers away if they have not had a Covid jab, the new minister for the mass vaccine roll-out suggested tonight.

Nadhim Zahawi indicated that although an injection would be voluntary, some venues – including sports grounds – might insist on proof of one in return for granting entry.

The minister said individuals would have to decide for themselves but would be given the 'strong message' that jabs were good for their family, community and country.

Airlines have already been examining the idea of asking for 'immunity passports' as a condition of flying.

No jab? You're barred! Bars, restaurants, cinemas and sports venues could turn away anyone who hasn't had a Covid-19 vaccine, minister warns

Newsom warns of regional stay-at-home order as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit record

Gif. He snitched on her for the last movie ticket. She was forced to get vaccinated. 30-Nov-2020

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Entertainment, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Family, Future, Leaders, Parental Burden, Policy, Quarantine, Rejection, Relationships, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Social Distancing, Survival, Vaccine, World

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30-Nov-2020


A YouTuber and her friend who got sick at Disney World's reopening are being criticized for ignoring medical advice to go to the hospital after 'violently vomiting' 

 

Two Disney World fanatics who live-streamed their trip to the Orlando theme park's reopening over the weekend are receiving intense backlash for vacationing amid a pandemic and continuing to explore the park after one fell ill.

YouTuber Tonya Blakey, known as That Crazy Disney Lady to her 9,500 subscribers, streamed over 10 hours of footage of her trip to the Magic Kingdom on Friday and Saturday. In the videos, she and her friend, Robin, wandered the grounds, rode Splash Mountain, and experienced a brief health scare.

Insider

North Carolina Takeout Customer Refuses to Wear Mask, Invokes 'Trump 2020'

Shoppers are suing over mandatory mask rules, but doctors don’t buy it

Anti-mask activists rally in virus hotbed Florida

'People are dying, and you are doing nothing!' Florida governor Ron DeSantis is heckled as coronavirus cases soar and experts say Florida is the 'new' Wuhan

'No one is safe until everyone is safe': Vaccine nationalism threatens global coronavirus effort

Tags: Activism, Allergy, Argument, Backlash, Business, Coronavirus, Environment, Food, Health, Hostility, Illness, Lifestyle, Masks, Medical, Overreaction, Politics, Protest, Racism, Safety, Science, Self Interest, Social Media, Study, Unity, Vaccine, Video, Woman's Rights, World

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14-Jul-2020


Can businesses force workers to get vaccinated? 
 

Business owners concerned about measles outbreaks should consult lawyers or human resources experts on how to tackle the issue.

Employers are generally prohibited from requiring employees to undergo any medical procedures, such as vaccinations, under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers measles outbreaks so contagious they affect up to 90% of the people around them.

CBS News

Tags: Business, Choices, Health, Legal, Protection, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Treatment, Vaccine, Video

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30-May-2019


Thanks to anti-vaxxers, a measles travel ban may be coming 

 

As any armchair epidemiologist can tell you, it’s really, really easy to spread disease through air travel. Now as measles become the hot new trend of 2019, health officials and federal authorities are considering banning people exposed to the measles from flying in the hopes of fighting the spread of the virus, which was declared eliminated in 2000.

Eight people across the country have “voluntarily” canceled their travel plans in lieu of being placed on a federal do-not-board list maintained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which would prevent them from stepping foot on a plane, the Washington Post reported. The eight individuals were either confirmed to be infected or had a high probability of having the disease (Read: They weren’t vaccinated and hung out with someone who had the measles).

Fast Company

Measles : What you need to know before flying...

Maine bars residents from opting out of immunizations for religious or philosophical reasons

Tags: Awareness, Ban, Contagion, Environment, Fighting Back, Health, Outbreak, Politics, Protections, Religion, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Survival, Travel, Treatment, Vaccine, Video

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28-May-2019


Pennsylvania declares a statewide hepatitis A outbreak as the US sees a 300% increase in cases across the nation 

 

Pennsylvania health officials have declared an outbreak of hepatitis A that has swept across the state.

Since January 2018, there have been 171 cases reported in 36 counties, the state's Department of Health said on Monday.

More than 60 cases alone have been identified since the start of 2019, Nate Wardle, a spokesperson for the Department of Health, told DailyMail.com

It comes as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported earlier this month that there were 300 percent more cases across the US between 2016 and 2018 than the previous three-year period.

Daily Mail

U.S. measles outbreak spreads to Maine, 25th state to report case

The anti-vaxx movement is fueling the measles epidemic by deliberately targeting communities most affected by the disease

Tags: Awareness, Contagion, Disease, Environment, Germs, Health, Illness, Outbreak, Vaccine, Warning

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22-May-2019


Counties Most At-Risk For Measles Outbreaks Span Across The Country, According To This Eye-Opening Map 

 

At least 10 measles outbreaks have erupted across the United States in 2019, prompting discussions regarding the importance of vaccinations. This pressing topic resurfaced again when, on Tuesday, May 9, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and Johns Hopkins University highlighted the counties most at-risk for measles outbreaks via an eye-opening map. The data-driven graphic reiterates the documented relationship between low-vaccination areas and outbreaks, proving once again that vaccinations are key in preventing the spread of this infectious disease.

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and Johns Hopkins University recently teamed up to identify the top counties at-risk for measles outbreaks, using a risk-analysis model that examined international travel and vaccination rates. The results, published in the The Lancet Infectious Diseases, found that areas with high international travel and low-vaccination rates are hotspots for measles outbreaks.

Romper

Who's behind measles vaccines misinformation?...

Tags: Contagion, Disease, Environment, Health, Investigation, Misrepresentation, Nature, Parental Burden, Protection, Reckless, Religion, Safety, Travel, Treatment, Vaccine, Video

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17-May-2019


Measles Cases Soar To 839 Amid Worst Outbreak In 25 Years 

 

The number of confirmed measles cases across the U.S. has reached 839, and the country is experiencing its worst outbreak of the disease since 1994.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Monday that the tally for the year had jumped by 75 within a single week as of May 10, and that the outbreak had affected 23 states.

The crisis is hitting New York the hardest; 66 of the new cases have been reported there, according to CNBC. Forty-one of those were reported in New York City, which in April announced mandatory vaccinations in Brooklyn and declared a public health emergency within parts of the borough.

Huffpost

Dog disease that can be passed to humans confirmed in Iowa

Heart failure in young people is on the rise, according to a startling new study

Tags: Animals, Awareness, Disease, Environment, Health, Nature, Outbreak, Protection, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Study, Vaccine, Warning, Youth

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13-May-2019




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