Lawmakers: Parental OK needed for minors to get COVID shot

Two Tennessee Republican lawmakers say they've received assurances their state's Department of Health won’t vaccinate children for COVID-19 without parental consent
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Source: Journal of Clinical Investigation - Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Source Type: research
Source: Journal of Clinical Investigation - Category: Biomedical Science Authors: Source Type: research
In this study, we consider an alternative design where we recruit among all individuals, symptomatic and asymptomatic, being tested for the virus in addition to population controls. We define a regression parameter related to a prospective risk factor analysis and investigate its identifiability under the two study designs. We review the difference between the prospective risk factor parameter and the parameter targeted in the typical TND where only symptomatic and tested people are recruited. Using missing data directed acyclic graphs, we provide conditions and required data collection under which identifiability of the p...
Source: Epidemiology - Category: Epidemiology Tags: Infectious Diseases Source Type: research
State ’s Delta cluster rises to 47, with nine of the new cases in school students and exposure sites in three major Brisbane hospitalsFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesMost Australians comfortable with vaccination passports for domestic travel and venues, poll revealsSome Australians turned away from getting Covid vaccine because of register errorsQld hotspots;Queensland Covid restrictionsVaccine rollout tracker;get our free news app;get our morning email briefingMore than 400 health workers are among thousands currently in isolation in Queensland, placing pressure on hospitals as the state ’s Co...
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COVID-19 exerted a profound psychologic impact on the world and the medical community. The Ethics Committee of the Association for Academic Surgery (AAS) saw an opportunity to offer our members a means to express their feelings and emotions through art with respect to this pandemic.
Source: Journal of Surgical Research - Category: Surgery Source Type: research
New UCLA-led research indicates that simple text messages emphasizing the easy availability of COVID-19 vaccines successfully boosted the number of people who got the shot.The researchers, from theDavid Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, theUCLA Anderson School of Management and Carnegie Mellon University, say their findings held true across all demographics, including groups that have been hesitant to receive the vaccine.“We found that text messages that stressed the accessibility of the vaccine and that included ‘ownership’ language — such as ‘The vaccine has just been made available for you...
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As a result of massive summer gatherings in and around Cape Cod, hundreds of vaccinated people tested positive for COVID-19 with viral titers similar to unvaccinated patients.
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“Queen’s is deeply committed to the health and well-being of our caregivers, patients and visitors. We know that the best way to protect ourselves against this rapidly-spreading virus is to get vaccinated," said Jill Hoggard Green, Queen's president and CEO.
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ConclusionsMW with normal saline, especially when tested by N gene, can effectively detect COVID-19 patients. Furthermore, this method was not inferior when compared to R and E genes of ONP swabs, which are common targets in many laboratories around the world.
Source: European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases - Category: Microbiology Source Type: research
ConclusionsFibrinogen is commonly elevated in COVID-19 patients, especially in those with severe disease. Elevated fibrinogen correlates with excessive inflammation, disease severity, and ICU admission in COVID-19 patients.
Source: Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology - Category: Microbiology Source Type: research
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