What worries Americans: Corona or monkey pox?

And the poll, published Friday night by the US “Fox News” network, found that 55 percent of Americans are deeply concerned about the Corona virus causing “Covid-19”, a relatively stable number since May last. year, and 17 points lower than in January, last time that percentage was around 72 percent. In contrast, 45 percent of … Read more

Gintsburg: Updated Sputnik Vaccine to Provide Better Protection Against Delta, Omicron

https://sputniknews.com/20220813/gintsburg-updated-sputnik-vaccine-to-offer-better-protection-against-delta-omicron-1099533934.html Gintsburg: Updated Sputnik Vaccine to Provide Better Protection Against Delta, Omicron Gintsburg: Updated Sputnik Vaccine to Provide Better Protection Against Delta, Omicron MOSCOW (Sputnik) – A new vaccine variant has been developed in Russia that offers better protection against the Omicron and Delta strains of the coronavirus… 13.08.2022, Sputnik International 2022-08-13T04:43+0000 2022-08-13T04:43+0000 2022-08-13T04:47+0000 Russia … Read more

Numbers of COVID-19 cases from all states and territories

Here’s a quick summary of the latest COVID-19 statistics from each Australian jurisdiction today – Saturday 13 August. You can get a more detailed, visual overview from ABC’s Charting the Spread story here. This will be updated throughout the day, so if you don’t see your state or territory, check back later. You can jump … Read more

State of Illinois Approves New CDC Guidelines for Schools

The Illinois Department of Public Health and Illinois State Board of Education announced Friday that they will both adopt new, less stringent COVID-19 guidelines from the CDC for preschool through 12th grade and early childhood education. “The current circumstances of the pandemic are very different from those of the past two years, with many tools … Read more

COVID News: New CDC Guidelines Under Review by NYC Department of Education, Teachers’ Union Ahead of New School Year

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — The CDC has issued new guidance on the COVID protocol that is easing restrictions on social distancing, contact tracing and quarantine. And with the school year just around the corner, many are wondering if students will return to a more normal classroom environment. The United Federation of Teachers will review … Read more

Indian travelers more confident than Japanese, Aussies

For the most part, residents of Asia-Pacific will be able to travel again. But some are more confident in packing their bags than others. Travel confidence is “diverse and nuanced” in the region, according to a new survey commissioned by travel website Booking.com. About 11,000 people in the region were surveyed about their comfort levels … Read more

Economy Contracts Amid Inflation Crisis And Recession Fears – Live Updates

Ggood morning. It’s all about growth this morning as we get the June figures for GDP which will round out the numbers for the second quarter. National production is expected to fall 1.2 percent in June, partly as a result of the platinum anniversary celebrations. This is expected to result in a 0.2 percent decline … Read more

Large study confirms that COVID vaccines are safe for pregnant women

August 11, 2022 – According to a major new study published today, pregnant women should be confident that Pfizer and Moderna vaccines against COVID-19 are safe. In fact, pregnant vaccinated women had a lower chance of a significant health event, compared with non-pregnant vaccinated women, after both doses of both mRNA vaccinations, the researchers reported … Read more

“The virus will stay with us” .. America announces significant easing of Corona restrictions

According to the New York Times newspaper, the decision by the prestigious health authority known as the “CDC” has eased many of the restrictions previously imposed to shield the infection causing “Covid 19.” Under the decision, people who have been exposed no longer need to self-quarantine, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated or not. … Read more

CDC eases guidance as US has more tools to fight virus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday relaxed their guidelines for Covid-19, saying the virus now carries a much lower risk of serious illness, hospitalization and death compared to earlier in the pandemic. The CDC no longer recommends testing people in schools who do not have Covid symptoms, the previous strategy for catching … Read more