COVID-19 Vaccines Administration in the US Could Start as Early Friday
The United States could start administering COVID-19 vaccines among its prioritized citizens by Friday amid fast-rising numbers of new infections across the country.
New York: Who Will Be Administered the COVID-19 Vaccine First?
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo conducted a COVID-19 briefing on Thursday to update New York citizens on the state's COVID-19 response efforts underway.
Australia Targets to Complete Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Review by January 2021
Australia's pharmaceutical regulator stated on Thursday that it is on track to review Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine candidate by January next year. The nation is following a March timetable to commence inoculations.
Possible Side Effects of COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Need to Know
Side effects should be considered now that we know vaccines are on the horizon in the United States, and dissemination could begin by mid-December. Pfizer and Moderna have already filed for emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for their vaccine candidates as the global race for a vaccine are ongoing.
Japan Residents to Be Administered Free COVID-19 Vaccine
Japan would provide free COVID-19 vaccines to all of its citizens under the passing of a bill on December 2 as the nation tackles record numbers of daily cases. According to the bill, the government will cover all vaccine costs for the country's 126 million residents and was approved by the parliament's upper house, having cleared the powerful lower house.
Scientist Moncef Slaoui Wants a Safe and Effective COVID-19 Vaccine To Immunize 100 Million Americans in 2021
After months of waiting, getting a COVID-19 vaccine is now possible. Scientist and Operation Warp Speed adviser Moncef Slaoui aims to get 100 million Americans vaccinated by next year.
Benefits of Meditation on Mental Health, Free Yourself of Stress and Worry
Wipe away the stress and worry that you feel with a few minutes of meditation. Here's how meditation can improve your mental health.
Third Grade Teacher Donates Kidney To Minnesota School Custodian
A third grade teacher at the Kimball Elementary School in Minnesota did not hesitate to donate one of her kidneys to their school's custodian giving him a new lease on life.
Tucson City Implements Mandatory Nightly Curfew To Mitigate COVID-19 Prevalence
On Tuesday, Tucson City in Arizona approved a nightly curfew that would be implemented until Christmas Eve or longer. The Arizona city voted to impose the curfew from 10 P.M. until 5 A.M. every night, starting from Friday to December 23.
Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Now Approved for Use in the UK
Pfizer vaccine got a massive milestone in the fight against the pandemic as the U.K. formally authorized its use far more quickly than any other in history.
Toothache 101: Reasons Why Toothaches Happen and Every Other Reasons for It
One of the least desire maladies is to have a toothache, which is not a major concern but can be a dreadful experience. There are reasons that it happens so that this guide may help anyone, but knowing why it happens is important too!
Fauci Asks Americans To Prepare for Vaccination, Be 'Part of the Solution'
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the United States' top infectious disease expert, called on the public to prepare to be vaccinated and "be part of the solution" once it is made available as the nation prepares for the first batch of vaccines to tackle COVID-19.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information on a Digital Passport Now Ongoing for Future Travels
Concerns on international flights may be addressed as a digital COVID-19 passport is being finalized.
Healthy Sleep Tips Beneficial to Physical and Mental Health for Everyone
One of the basics for anyone to have is healthy sleep, which is crucial for health. Sleep is nothing to be short of since it will have effects that are not welcome.
Scott Atlas Files Resignation as COVID-19 Advisor Due to Controversies
Dr. Scott Atlas has resigned as COVID-19 special advisor to President Donald Trump, according to a White House official on Monday. This followed a largely disputed four months during which he clashed multiple times with many members of the coronavirus task force.