Tag Archives: Centers for Disease Control

Mass vaccination unlikely by end of 2020, Newsom says

[ad_1] Even if COVID-19 vaccines are authorized for use in the next couple of months, the vast majority of Californians likely won’t see their turn for shots come up until well into 2021, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday in an announcement intended to temper potentially positive news with “sober reality.” …

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Kentucky releases COVID-19 vaccine plan | Coronavirus News

[ad_1] FRANKFORT, KY — Kentucky officials expect the first shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine to be delivered from the U.S. Department of Health and the Department of Defense to the commonwealth late this year or early next year. However, Kentucky Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack says supplies will be …

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Coronavirus Pandemic Brings Life in the Red Tier for San Diego County, Outbreaks at SDSU – NBC 7 San Diego

[ad_1] As the summer ended and fall began, the coronavirus pandemic continued in San Diego County. Locals learned to live life in the “Red Tier,” while COVID-19 outbreaks at San Diego State University drove up the case count, getting us close to crossing into the dreaded “Purple Tier.” Here’s a …

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Causing Coronavirus Confusion Again, CDC Flip-Flops On Guidance Regarding COVID-19 Spread – CBS Sacramento

[ad_1] Sacramento (CBS13) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released and then retracted information regarding how coronavirus spreads from person to person. A major blunder coming from the top public health agency in the nation, and it’s not the first time. “In the past with previous administrations, the …

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FDA ranks the performance of 58 molecular coronavirus tests from major developers

[ad_1] The FDA has published data outlining the limits of 58 different molecular coronavirus tests—illustrating the ability of each authorized diagnostic to detect smaller and smaller amounts of the virus that causes COVID-19. The data can be used to compare which manufacturer’s test is more sensitive than another’s, with each …

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County schools, restaurants report COVID-19 cases | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Several Jefferson County students have tested positive for COVID-19. In addition, a couple of county restaurants recently had an employee test positive for the virus. St. Pius official learned during the week of Aug. 10 that “a small number” of St. Pius X High School students have tested positive …

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County public health director tests positive for virus | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Michael McNickle, who as public health director has led Clatsop County’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, said he tested positive for the virus. “It’s a teachable moment because it shows that anybody can get COVID,” he said. An employee at the Clatsop County Public Health Department has tested positive …

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3 Things To Consider In Preparation For Future Waves Of The Coronavirus

[ad_1] As more American states are cautiously flirting with the notion of reopening their economies and lifting restrictions, the fear of a second wave is prevalent. The possibility of this seems likely, as various countries that have already eased restrictions are seeing new cases and outbreaks. To address some of …

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The Coronavirus Will Change The Face Of Disaster Management

[ad_1] As the death toll due to coronavirus continues to increase, one certainty has emerged: the world was ill-equipped to deal with a catastrophe of this nature. However, this pandemic has provided individuals and communities across the globe a new found appreciation for the intricacies of disaster management. One such …

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