Concerns over AstraZeneca grow as Australia, Philippines, African Union curb COVID-19 shots – National

With 300,000 AstraZeneca doses set to expire April 2, will provinces use them up? - National

Australia and the Philippines limited use of AstraZeneca‘s COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, while the Africa Union dropped plans to buy the shot, dealing further blows to the company’s hopes to deliver a vaccine for the world.The vaccine – developed with

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Durango’s Covid ‘Cowboy’ Rounds Up Spring Break Scofflaws, Lines ’Em Up for Shots

Durango’s Covid ‘Cowboy’ Rounds Up Spring Break Scofflaws, Lines ’Em Up for Shots

Bartenders were pouring Old-Fashioneds at a bar with a bullet hole straight through the wood. Servers in corsets and fishnet stockings roamed the room, passing an old piano that, twice a week, fills the building with ragtime tunes. It was

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Feds ‘in discussions’ to secure COVID-19 booster, variant shots: Health Canada – National

Feds ‘in discussions’ to secure COVID-19 booster, variant shots: Health Canada - National

As health officals race to vaccinate the population against COVID-19, experts have warned that the virus could become endemic, meaning Canadians could need booster shots to ensure they are protected in the years ahead.How does the government plan to

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In America, Covid Vaccine Eligibility Is a ‘Crazy Quilt’ of State Rules

In America, Covid Vaccine Eligibility Is a ‘Crazy Quilt’ of State Rules

In North Carolina, the nation’s leading tobacco producer, any adult who has smoked more than 100 cigarettes in their lifetime can now be vaccinated against covid. In Florida, people under 50 with underlying health conditions can get vaccinated only if

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More Canadians eligible for COVID-19 shots as provinces ramp-up efforts

More Canadians eligible for COVID-19 shots as provinces ramp-up efforts

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted March 22, 2021 7:49 am Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Several provinces are redoubling COVID-19 vaccination efforts

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Ouch! Needle-Phobic People Scarred by So Many Images of COVID Shots

Ouch! Needle-Phobic People Scarred by So Many Images of COVID Shots

  Each night it’s the same. Story after story on the TV news is about the covid vaccination effort, and they are all illustrated with footage of needles sinking into exposed upper arms. Could those visuals, ostensibly making this all

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‘We need the vaccines’: Doug Ford says Ontario could administer 150K shots per day

‘We need the vaccines’: Doug Ford says Ontario could administer 150K shots per day

Premier Doug Ford says Ontario has the capacity to administer many more COVID-19 vaccines than the province is currently averaging per day, but says there is not enough supply.Ford made the comments during a rare Sunday morning press conference,

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European Countries Suspend Use of AstraZeneca Shots Over Worries About Blood Clots

European Countries Suspend Use of AstraZeneca Shots Over Worries About Blood Clots

Italy’s suspension of a different batch was tied to a man in Sicily who died after receiving his shot. It’s unclear whether a blood clot was involved.More than 142,000 people in Denmark, which has a population of about six million,

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Meet the Retired Nurse Who Could Give Covid Shots But Couldn’t Get One

Meet the Retired Nurse Who Could Give Covid Shots But Couldn’t Get One

Martha Gallagher, a 75-year-old retired school nurse, wanted to volunteer for the Delaware Medical Reserve Corps to administer covid-19 vaccines. She knew Delaware might need more vaccinators and thought, “Why not do something to help get the vaccine out?” Plus,

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