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Moderna Recommends Covid-19 Vaccine Booster to Protect Against New Variants

[ad_1] Moderna Inc. said Thursday it expects people who received its two-dose Covid-19 vaccine to need a booster shot in the fall to keep strong protection against newer variants of the coronavirus. The company said its vaccine remains 90% effective against preventing Covid-19 disease for at least six months, but …

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Global tally of COVID-19 cases tops 200 million as U.S., Germany and France push back against WHO call on boosters

[ad_1] The global tally of confirmed cases of the coronavirus-borne illness COVID-19 topped 200 million on Thursday, reaching a milestone that the World Health Organization had predicted just a day ago would come by next week in the latest sign of just how far and fast the virus has spread. …

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Amazon Delays Return to Office to 2022 Amid Renewed Covid-19 Surge

[ad_1] Amazon.com Inc. said it would delay corporate employees’ return to offices until next year as conditions around the Covid-19 pandemic evolve. The company adds to the wave of businesses adjusting their return-to-work plans as the highly transmissible Delta variant of the virus drives a surge in coronavirus cases. Amazon …

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Eradication of Covid Is a Dangerous and Expensive Fantasy

[ad_1] Much of the pathology underlying Covid policy arises from the fantasy that it is possible to eradicate the virus. Capitalizing on pandemic panic, governments and compliant media have used the lure of zero-Covid to induce obedience to harsh and arbitrary lockdown policies and associated violations of civil liberties. Among …

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New coronavirus wave is giving credence to the risks of a U.S. stagflation-like scenario

[ad_1] The spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus in some U.S. states is leading to the possibility that the economy may be heading into a stagflation-like cycle that could complicate the Federal Reserve’s options for tightening monetary policy in the face of the recent rise in inflation. Not …

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Tyson Foods to Require Covid-19 Vaccines for All U.S. Workers

[ad_1] Tyson Foods Inc. said it would require Covid-19 vaccinations for its U.S. workforce of about 120,000, aiming for total vaccination of the meat giant’s employees by Nov. 1. The Arkansas-based company’s target, which includes both processing plant and corporate office workers, is partly subject to discussions with labor unions …

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As Covid-19 Recedes in India, Bars Are Full and Masks Are Optional

[ad_1] A little over two months ago about 4,000 people were dying every day from Covid-19 in India. Yet, on a recent Friday, a rooftop bar in New Delhi was once again packed with crowds of young adults mingling without masks. Among the hundreds at the Summer House Cafe, a …

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U.S. COVID-19 daily case tally back at February levels, and patients are getting younger as Florida records highest hospitalizations yet – MarketWatch

[ad_1] U.S. COVID-19 daily case tally back at February levels, and patients are getting younger as Florida records highest hospitalizations yet  MarketWatch [ad_2] Source link

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New York Officials Recommend Masks Indoors as Covid-19 Cases Rise

[ad_1] Elected officials in New York said they strongly recommend people wear masks in public indoor settings but stopped short of mandating it, in response to rising Covid-19 case counts. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said officials in the nation’s largest city considered the difficulty of enforcing a mandate …

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Divided We Stand Against the Newest Covid-19 Threat

[ad_1] Facing a now-inevitable Delta-variant surge in the spread of Covid-19, Americans stand divided, not united. Some 100 million adults who are eligible to be vaccinated haven’t been, government leaders say, and getting them to decide to get a stick is the key to changing current, troubling trend lines. Yet …

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