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Found 100 News Articles for "COVID"

At-Home OTC COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests
At-Home OTC COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests
Expiration dates and more about authorized at-home OTC COVID-19 diagnostic tests information.
FDA Authorizes COVID  Drug Pemgarda for High-Risk Patients
FDA Authorizes COVID Drug Pemgarda for High-Risk Patients
A Yale Medicine expert explains the significance of a new preventive medication to protect certain immunocompromised people against COVID-19.
ODEP News Brief – International Long COVID Awareness Day Special Edition
ODEP News Brief – International Long COVID Awareness Day Special Edition

COVID-19 epidemiological update – 15 March 2024
COVID-19 epidemiological update – 15 March 2024
SARS-CoV-2 PCR percent positivity, as detected in integrated sentinel surveillance as part of the Global Influenza Surveillance and Response System (GISRS) and reported to FluNet was around 11% as of 3 March 2024. Globally, JN.1 is the most reported VOI (now reported by 115 countries), accounting for 90.3% of sequences in week 9 compared to 89.4% in week six. Its parent lineage, BA.2.86, is declining and accounted for 2.2% of sequences in week 9 compared to 3.0% in week six. Globally, the number of new cases decreased by 44% during the past 28-day period of 5 February to 3 March 2024 compared to the previous 28-day period (8 January to 4 February 2024), with over two hundred and ninety-two thousand new cases reported. The number of new deaths decreased by 51% as compared to the previous 28-day period, with 6200 new fatalities reported. As of 3 March 2024, over 774 million confirmed cases and more than seven million deaths have been reported globally. During the period from 5 February to 3 March 2024, COVID-19 new hospitalizations and admissions to an intensive care unit (ICU) both recorded an overall decrease of 35% and 64% with over 78 000 and 500 admissions, respectively. In this edition, we include: • The COVID-19 epidemiological update at the global and regional levels. • An update on hospitalizations and ICU admissions. • An update on the SARS-CoV-2 variants of interest (VOI) and variants under monitoring (VUM).
Severe lung infection during COVID-19 can cause damage to the heart
Severe lung infection during COVID-19 can cause damage to the heart
NIH supported study shows that the virus that causes COVID-19 can damage the heart without directly infecting heart tissue.
COVID-19 At-home Test Kits
COVID-19 At-home Test Kits
COVID-19 At-home Test Kits
As Recommendations for Isolation End, How Common is Long COVID? | KFF
As Recommendations for Isolation End, How Common is Long COVID? | KFF
This issue brief analyzes the latest data on rates of long COVID, which have appeared to stabilize, affecting about 1 in 10 adults who have had COVID.
CDC continues to receive reports of MIS-C in kids following COVID infections
CDC continues to receive reports of MIS-C in kids following COVID infections
The CDC said the cases are a reminder that vaccination is an important tool for preventing MIS-C, which can be severe or even fatal.
Future Forward Ohio | Ohio Department of Education and Workforce - Ohio Department of Education

COVID-19 Policy and Masking Update for MaineHealth Employees - MaineHealth

COVID-19 | Watkins Health Services - The University of Kansas

Large-scale phenotyping of patients with long COVID post-hospitalization reveals mechanistic subtypes of disease -

COVID-19 Antibody Discovery Could Explain Long COVID - UVA Health Newsroom

Track Covid-19 in the U.S.: Latest Data and Maps - The New York Times

DHS, and FEMA Announce Completion of Multi-Year Review of State Efforts to Provide Language Access During the ... -

Opinion: COVID, 4 Years on - Medscape

Up to 5.8 million kids have long COVID, study says. One mother discusses the "heartbreaking" search for answers. - CBS News

13 Things To Know About Paxlovid, the Latest COVID-19 Pill - Yale Medicine

Post COVID-19 Condition: Global epidemiology update, 27 March 2024 - World Health Organization (WHO)

Global COVID-19 Tracker - KFF
Global COVID-19 Tracker  KFF
How COVID-19 misinformation is still hurting some Americans' health - USA TODAY

COVID-19 Variant Update - IDSA
COVID-19 Variant Update  IDSA
Interim Effectiveness of Updated 2023–2024 (Monovalent XBB.1.5) COVID-19 Vaccines Against COVID-19–Associated ... - CDC

NIH ends COVID treatment guidelines : Shots - Health News - NPR

OHSU coronavirus (COVID-19) response - OHSU News

Stanford Medicine study flags unexpected cells in lung as suspected source of severe COVID - Stanford Medical Center Report

After Four Years, 59% in U.S. Say COVID-19 Pandemic Is Over - Gallup

CDC finds Covid vaccines not linked to sudden death in young people - NBC News

COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage — World Health Organization African Region, 2021–2023 | MMWR - CDC

COVID-19 Variant JN.1 Loses Ground to Subvariant, JN.1.13 | Health News | U.S. News - U.S. News & World Report

Incident allergic diseases in post-COVID-19 condition: multinational cohort studies from South Korea, Japan and the UK -

COVID-19 vaccines: CDC says people ages 65 and up should get a shot this spring – a geriatrician explains why it's ... - The Conversation

Ivermectin and COVID-19 -

VA offering updated COVID-19 vaccines - VA News - Home | Veterans Affairs

Choosing Over the Counter Drugs for COVID 19? It's Complicated - Florida Atlantic University

Long COVID support group in northern Colorado - UCHealth Today

An intranasal combination vaccine induces systemic and mucosal immunity against COVID-19 and influenza | npj ... -

Indiana AG Todd Rokita alleges inflated COVID-19 stats in new release • Indiana Capital Chronicle - Indiana Capital Chronicle

NYC schools adopt new COVID guidance, ditching 5-day quarantines - Chalkbeat

‘Alarming’ rise in Americans with long Covid symptoms - The Guardian

After four years with Covid-19, the US is settling into a new approach to respiratory virus season - CNN

Who can get a Covid booster this spring and how can you book? -

Five Keys to Helping Long-COVID Patients Recover - Medscape

Brisk US flu activity continues as COVID indicators drop further - University of Minnesota Twin Cities

What We Know After 4 Years Of COVID-19 - Science Friday

How bad are flu, COVID-19 and RSV? These charts show how respiratory viruses are spreading in the US - The Associated Press

12-year-old describes 4-year battle with long COVID - ABC News

Surveillance for Coccidioidomycosis, Histoplasmosis, and Blastomycosis During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United ... - CDC

Blood Test Could Predict Long-Term COVID-19 Lung Problems - UVA Health Newsroom

Immune dysregulation in long COVID -

New Data: Long COVID Cases Surge - Medscape

N.J. task force will be formed to implement recommendations from COVID response review - WHYY

What Do We Understand About Long COVID? : Consider This from NPR - NPR

Time to stop using term ‘long Covid’ as symptoms no worse than those after flu, Queensland’s chief health officer says - The Guardian

COVID-Cautious Americans Feel Abandoned | TIME - TIME

'It feels like a mountain you never get done climbing': COVID isn't over for disabled and older adults - The 19th*

Millions of kids suffering from long COVID, study finds - CBS News

On Long COVID Awareness Day, Pressley Keeps Up Fight for COVID Long Haulers - Representative Ayanna Pressley

Covid-19 in the U.S.: Track Places Near You - The New York Times

F.D.A. Authorizes New Drug to Protect High-Risk Patients From Covid - The New York Times

Study Explores Characteristics Associated with Poor COVID-19 Antibody Response - News Center - Feinberg News Center

Assessment of Risk for Sudden Cardiac Death Among... - CDC

Covid silver lining: Unprecedented look at human immune system - STAT

Updated COVID-19 guidance: Marquette no longer requiring isolation in accordance with CDC | Marquette Today - Marquette Today

Two states see likely rise in coronavirus infections as of late March - The Washington Post

Mounting research shows COVID-19 leaves its mark on the brain, including significant drops in IQ • Alaska Beacon - Alaska Beacon

Blood Test Could Predict Risk of Long-Term COVID-19 Lung Problems - UVA Today

Opinion | Which countries has the best and worst Covid response? - The New York Times

COVID Tracker | Cases fall 18%, hospitalizations at lowest point since August - Bridge Michigan

On four year anniversary of covid, families remember flags on Mall - The Washington Post

Fact Check: Misleading data used to claim COVID vaccines do more harm than good -

Long COVID, with no treatment in sight, took my life as I knew it - USA TODAY

Moderna says new Covid vaccine showed stronger immune response than current shot in study - CNBC

Supreme Court to debate whether White House crosses First Amendment line on social media disinformation - CNN

FAQ: Long COVID and COVID-19 Reinfection - IDSA

Rural COVID-19 patients have higher death rates following hospital stays, data reveal - University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Vaccines cut risk of post-COVID heart failure, blood clots for at least 6 months, data suggest - University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Projecting the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on U.S. population structure -

11 charts that show how the economy is stabilizing after Covid hit - The Washington Post

How the already anxious avoided global spike in COVID anxiety — Harvard Gazette - Harvard Gazette

U.S. life expectancy rebounded in 2022 but COVID and drug overdoses were still deadly - NPR

FDA authorizes new drug to protect immune compromised from Covid-19 - STAT

My body can't tolerate alcohol anymore after COVID. I'm not alone - San Francisco Chronicle

Tech Today: Synthetic DNA Diagnoses COVID, Cancer - NASA

COVID pandemic turns 4, Paxlovid and measles outbreak news, plus MMR shot & RSV vaccine for babies - American Medical Association

Coronavirus Update :: Fort Drum - United States Army

European police seize Lamborghinis and Rolexes over alleged $650M Covid-19 fraud - CNN

COVID-19 related neurological manifestations in Parkinson's disease: has ferroptosis been a suspect? | Cell Death ... -

AI tool predicts COVID-19 vaccine uptake - Northwestern Now - Northwestern Now

Stuck at home during COVID-19, Gen Z started charities - The Associated Press

Austin Public Health Archiving COVID-19 Dashboard Following Case Reporting Changes -

Haiti's Hospitals Survived Cholera and Covid. Gangs Are Closing Them. - The New York Times

How COVID's polarization could undermine the next pandemic response - Axios

Research: Converging Crises: The Impacts of COVID - Migration Policy Institute

Biden uses Covid-19 against Trump after long avoiding the pandemic - POLITICO - POLITICO

Detroit lawmakers mark Long COVID awareness day by visiting mobile unit screening for lung damage • Michigan ... - Michigan Advance

Are long COVID sufferers falling through the cracks? - Scope

How Wild Animals Actually Responded to Our COVID Lockdowns - Scientific American

JYNNEOS Vaccine | Mpox | Poxvirus | CDC - CDC

COVID vaccines found to cut risk of heart failure, blood clots following virus infection: Study - ABC News

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