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The researchers also collected data on each person's known risk factors for severe Covid, including their age, smoking habits, weight, and a history of cancer, diabetes, organ transplants, kidney problems, and other serious underlying diseases.Then the researchers checked the numbers with startling results. People in the least active group who almost never played sport were hospitalized twice as...
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Bobby Wayne, a retired minister with prostate cancer and leukemia, had called health officials in his Mississippi county for a week to find out where to get the Covid-19 vaccine.But when Mr. Wayne, 64, called the state helpline on Monday, he said an operator whose job it was to help residents schedule vaccination appointments had given him annoying and...
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COVID-19 vaccination card issued by the Centers for Disease ControlBill Clark | CQ Appeal, Inc. | Getty ImagesU.S. airlines and more than two dozen other industry groups on Monday called on the Biden government to work out a plan by May to lift international travel restrictions, including standards for digital vaccination records, after cross-border travel was destroyed...
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However, the rate at which several nations discontinued use of the vaccine reflected a reluctance about its safety and effectiveness that contrasts sharply with the confidence shown in other vaccines. Confidence in the vaccine has fallen in Germany, France, Italy, Spain and, to a lesser extent, the UK, according to surveys.Participants who received the vaccine in the study...
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India will likely take at least three to four months to complete Covid-19 vaccination efforts for frontline workers and people over 60 or with underlying health conditions, the executive director of the Serum Institute of India said Thursday.In January, the South Asian country launched the world's largest vaccination campaign for around 300 million people out of its massive population...
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