Mass General Brigham CEO checks in on care landscape, virus fight
Two days after the first case of the new Omicron Covid-19 variant was officially confirmed in Massachusetts, the head of the state's largest hospital system stressed the importance of vaccines and masks.
The update in guidance comes as Covid cases continue to soar.
The U.S. Marine Corps has approved its first two COVID-19 vaccine exemptions based on religious reasons, something no other military service has done so far
Pfizer, Moderna, Regeneron and many other healthcare companies presented at the 40th annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference and outlined their plans to continue fighting Covid this year.
(Washington D.C.) — The federal website where Americans can request free COVID-19 tests will begin accepting orders on Wednesday as the White House looks to address nationwide shortages, but supplies will be limited to just four free tests per home. Starting on Jan. 19, the website COVIDTests.gov will provide tests at no cost, including no shipping fee, the White House announced Friday. As he faced criticism for low inventory and long lines for testing, President Joe Biden announced last month that the U.S. would purchase 500 million at-home tests to launch the program and on Thursday the president announced that he ...
The Radnor company is also working on a Covid-19 therapy, which is currently part of an ongoing legal dispute with its one-time collaborator.
Almost two years since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have confronted the illness and loss of millions of lives and the sad and dangerous reality of having a health care system and a society full of moral gaps, inequities, and disparities. This unprecedented and complex situation challenged all of us on many levels.Read more …COVID-19 vaccination: the Latinx experience originally appeared inKevinMD.com.
Brazil has begun giving COVID-19 vaccines to children, marking the start of an effort that was delayed several weeks by the federal government’s reluctance to endorse shots for kids
FRIDAY, Jan. 14, 2022 -- Unvaccinated pregnant women are putting themselves and their baby at risk for serious complications of COVID-19, according to new research out of Scotland. For women who have the virus within 28 days of their delivery date,...
New Delhi healthcare workers were 86% less likely to be reinfected after full vaccination with Indian-made vaccine. Partial vaccination didn't seem to help, and findings say nothing about Omicron.Medscape Medical News