US to Ease Travel Restrictions for Vaccinated Visitors US to Ease Travel Restrictions for Vaccinated Visitors

The White House announced Monday that visitors will be required to show proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of departure.WebMD Health News
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A new"rapid expert consultation" has identified"actionable guidance" that state and local decision-makers can use to communicate with the public.Medscape Medical News
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As the COVID-19 vaccine heads toward approval for children under age 12 years, the number of older children receiving it dropped for the 10th consecutive week.Medscape Medical News
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Union Pacific and its labor unions are suing each other to determine whether the railroad has the authority to require its employees to get vaccinated against the coronavirus
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Since August 2021, over 10 million Americans have received third doses of a COVID-19 vaccine - most of them booster shots of Pfizer's vaccine. These recipients include about 6.7 million seniors.
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Kyndal Nipper, who hails from outside Columbus, Georgia, had only a brief bout with COVID-19 but a more tragic outcome.Associated Press
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Purpose of review Breastfeeding provides passive immunity while the neonatal immune system matures, and may also protect against chronic immune-mediated conditions long after weaning. This review summarizes current knowledge and new discoveries about human milk and mucosal immunity. Recent findings New data suggest that certain microbes in maternal milk may seed and shape the infant gut microbiota, which play a key role in regulating gut barrier integrity and training the developing immune system. Human milk oligosaccharides, best known for their prebiotic functions, have now been shown to directly modulate gene...
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The South African drug regulator has rejected the Russian-made coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V, citing some safety concerns the manufacturer wasn’t able to answer
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Facing a surge of seriously ill COVID-19 patients, the head of an intensive care unit at a Moscow hospital says the situation could easily have been avoided if more Russians were vaccinated
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The F.D.A. may authorize booster shots of vaccines different from the ones that Americans originally received. The science behind the move is promising.
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A long-awaited report from a panel of Brazilian senators concludes that Jair Bolsonaro purposely let the coronavirus kill Brazilians in a failed bid for herd immunity.
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