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Why some doctors, nurses are warning of ‘compassion fatigue’ in COVID-19 crisis

[ad_1] by: Alix Martichoux, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Aug 15, 2021 / 10:05 AM CDT / Updated: Aug 15, 2021 / 10:05 AM CDT Clinicians work on intubating a COVID-19 patient in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital on August 10, 2021 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. …

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4 Reasons to (Still) Be Optimistic About Coronavirus Vaccine Stocks

[ad_1] Rumors of the coronavirus’s demise have, unfortunately, been very much exaggerated. With the delta variant spreading worldwide, it’s clear that the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over. So the bull run for the stocks of coronavirus vaccine makers probably isn’t over either. There’s still plenty of upside for companies like Moderna …

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As Pentagon prepares to make Covid-19 vaccine mandatory, some lawyers see a surge in calls

[ad_1] CNN —   The messages began pouring into the law office of Joseph Jordan in Killeen, Texas, soon after the Pentagon announced it would seek to make the Covid-19 vaccines mandatory for troops. Service members wanted to know what their options were if they didn’t want to be vaccinated. …

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Coronavirus live news: China reports highest cases since January; India reports lowest infections since March | World news

[ad_1] School districts in Florida and Texas are bucking their Republican governors’ bans on requiring masks for children and teachers as coronavirus cases soar in conservative areas with low vaccination rates, Reuters reports. The Broward County school board in Florida on Tuesday became the latest major district to flout an …

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The Latest: CDC warns of high virus risks in northeastern US | Coronavirus

[ad_1] BOSTON — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Sunday that every county in the states of Connecticut and Massachusetts are the site of high or substantial transmission of the coronavirus. The rise of transmission in the two states mirrors a nationwide and regional trend. Some health …

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Coronavirus overtook Oregon. Who should have made ‘tough decisions’?

[ad_1] As the contagious delta variant fueled an unprecedented spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalization during the past month, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown and her health advisers repeated the same mantra: no more state mandates, let local leaders take action. But virtually no one did. Weeks went by, and local …

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WHO says COVID-19 origin needs more studies as top expert’s lab ‘concern’ made public for first time

[ad_1] The World Health Organization’s lead investigator into the coronavirus’ origins in China appears to have contradicted his February statement dismissing the Wuhan lab-leak theory – admitting that it was not “extremely unlikely” as the WHO said at the time, but “probable.” On Thursday, the WHO in a new statement …

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Did the delta variant make COVID-19 herd immunity impossible?

[ad_1] (NEXSTAR) – A leading British immunologist told U.K. lawmakers Tuesday that the idea of reaching herd immunity in a world with the delta variant of COVID-19 was “mythical.” Sir Andrew Pollard, a professor of pediatric infection and immunity and the director of the Oxford Vaccine Group, said the dangerously …

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Children hospitalized with COVID-19 in U.S. hits record number

[ad_1] Aug 14 (Reuters) – The number of children hospitalized with COVID-19 in the United States hit a record high of just over 1,900 on Saturday, as hospitals across the South were stretched to capacity fighting outbreaks caused by the highly transmissible Delta variant. The Delta variant, which is rapidly …

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