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FDA investigating rare allergic reactions to Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, but says rollout will continue

[ad_1] The FDA said it is closely monitoring these situations and is teaming with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to investigate what incited these responses. While that is being investigated, the FDA is working with Pfizer to update fact sheets and prescribing information to reflect the evolving information. …

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California Coronavirus Updates: Southern California Hits 0% ICU Capacity

[ad_1] Find an updated count of COVID-19 cases in California and by county on our tracker here. Latest Updates Southern California hits 0% ICU capacity State Capitol sees COVID-19 jump Sacramento County hires acting health services director FDA authorizes Moderna vaccine for emergency use Trump administration cuts federal health care funding for California over abortion   Thanks …

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What We Know So Far – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Questions surrounding the coronavirus vaccine and allergic reactions heightened this week after a health care worker in Alaska developed a severe reaction requiring hospitalization shortly after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, despite having no history of allergies. Here’s what we know so far about the coronavirus vaccine and potential allergic …

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Orange County bishop tests positive for the coronavirus

[ad_1] The Roman Catholic bishop of Orange County has tested positive for the coronavirus, church authorities announced Wednesday. Bishop Kevin Vann, 69, has mild symptoms and is isolating at his home, the Diocese of Orange said in a statement. Initial contact tracing suggests that Vann contracted the virus from a …

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Pent-up demand for coronavirus vaccine crashes Mass General Brigham’s system

[ad_1] Just before 11 p.m. Wednesday, Mass General Brigham alerted its nearly 80,000 employees about “technical difficulties” with its online signup system, saying the problem was “driven by a large volume of employees trying to self-schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine.” That outage, which lasted all night and into …

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Coronavirus in Minnesota: 83 more deaths, 2,775 new cases in Minnesota


[ad_1] MinnPost provides updates on coronavirus in Minnesota Sunday through Friday. The information is published following a press phone call with members of the Walz administration or after the release of daily COVID-19 figures by the Minnesota Department of Health. Here are the latest updates from December 17, 2020: Eighty-three …

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Long Beach police orchestrated a coronavirus super-spreader event, complaint alleges

[ad_1] An outbreak of coronavirus at the Long Beach Police Department, following a training session where hundreds of officers reportedly gathered indoors without masks, has some residents charging that police held a super-spreader event. A complaint filed this week with the Citizen Police Complaint Coalition centers on a large gathering …

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Orange County Hospitals May Have to Start Cancelling Non-Coronavirus TreatmentsVoice of OC

[ad_1] By Spencer Custodio | 1 hour ago The landslide of coronavirus patients on Orange County hospitals is forcing the health care system and public health officials to make unprecedented moves, like building field hospitals and requiring ambulance admissions on overcrowded emergency rooms.  Editor’s Note: As Orange County’s only nonprofit …

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Doctors warn that young people dying at ‘historic rates’ from COVID-19

[ad_1] Boston doctors are warning in new research and in an op-ed in the New York Times that young people are dying at ‘historic rates’ from COVID-19.  Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the chief of the division of infectious diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital who has been nominated by President-elect Joe Biden …

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