Tag Archives: pharmacology

Here are answers to frequently asked questions about the coronavirus, the Covid-19 disease and the vaccines | Kentucky

[ad_1] One of the many challenges facing Kentuckians who remain unvaccinated against the coronavirus is that they still have unanswered questions about vaccines, some based on facts and others based on myths. This story is an attempt to sort through some of those questions and to counter misinformation.  This information …

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Frederick Health Hospital marks milestone of no COVID-19 patients | Coronavirus

[ad_1] For the first time in more than a year, there were no patients Thursday at Frederick Health Hospital being treated for COVID-19. In a post on social media, the hospital attributed the milestone to the “amazing efforts of [its] dedicated team, and all of you.” “Together, we have never …

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COVID-19 case numbers in Walla Walla County climbing in unvaccinated residents | Coronavirus

[ad_1] As Washington Gov. Jay Inslee prepares to celebrate reopening the state from COVID-19 restrictions in a flag-raising ceremony on Thursday, July 1, Walla Walla County’s case rates have continued to climb from last week. Inslee is set to go on a “mini tour’ this week, which will include hoisting …

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Delta variant of coronavirus not yet ‘prevalent’ in Dane County | Local Government

[ad_1] Studies show the Delta variant spreads more rapidly and easily than the original strain of COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2. Though precise estimates vary, the strain could be 50% more contagious than the Alpha variant.   Experts say fully vaccinated people are protected against the variant. Finke said the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines …

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Yellowstone County reports 275th COVID-19 death | Coronavirus

[ad_1] BILLINGS – RiverStone Health reports that a sixth Yellowstone County resident has died this month of COVID-19 illness, bringing the county’s pandemic death toll total to 275. A man in his 80s died Friday, June 25, at a Billings hospital, according to a release. He had been vaccinated against …

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Washington U study shows months-long immunity from COVID-19 vaccines | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Untitled Document NOTE: On Saturday, April 17, 2021, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) noted on its dashboard that it discovered a database error that was causing individuals with both a positive PCR and antigen result to be counted as both a probable and confirmed case. …

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State to lift most virus restrictions | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Most coronavirus restrictions in Oregon will be lifted by Wednesday as the state nears its vaccination goal, a milestone in the pandemic. Gov. Kate Brown announced Friday that the statewide risk-level framework and other safety protocols will end by Wednesday or when 70% of Oregon adults receive at least …

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New COVID-19 cases climb in Forsyth for second consecutive day | Local News

[ad_1] “We do not test every COVID-19 case to determine its genetic sequence or variant lineage,” Ohl said. “Based on regional surveillance data from the CDC, currently 6%-10% of COVID-19 cases would be expected to be a delta variant.” Priest has said the percentage of delta variant cases locally could …

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Daily Wyoming coronavirus update: 71 new cases, 72 new recoveries | Wyoming News

[ad_1] Coronavirus specimen collection kits arrive at the Wyoming Public Health Laboratory in Cheyenne for sorting by the COVID-19 Surge Team on Sept. 4.  Cayla Nimmo, Star-Tribune Star-Tribune staff The total number of coronavirus cases in Wyoming grew by 71 on Thursday, with the number of confirmed cases rising by 58 …

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Daily Wyoming coronavirus update: 72 new cases, minus 6 new recoveries | Wyoming News

[ad_1] COVID-19 Surge Team member Evan Scott sorts coronavirus specimen collection kits brought in by a courier Sept. 4 at the Wyoming Public Health Laboratory in Cheyenne. The Surge Team members were brought on to help process the massive numbers of kits brought in to the lab from state wide …

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