Allison Aubrey

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Would You Use An App To Verify Your Vaccine Status? The Idea Is Here To Stay

Monday, April 12, 2021

From sporting arenas to colleges and cruise ships, many businesses are planning to ask customers to prove they've had their shots. Smartphone apps may be coming soon.

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Supplies Of COVID-19 Vaccines Vary In Parts Of The U.S.

Monday, April 12, 2021

With more than 3 million vaccinations a day, there are now some areas of the country where supply of COVID-19 vaccines outstrips demand, while other areas are seeing a shortage of shots.

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Some Colleges Are Mandating COVID-19 Vaccines — But At What Cost?

Thursday, April 08, 2021

Schools have long required vaccinations for several diseases. Now, some colleges and cruise ships are making immunization against COVID-19 mandatory, igniting concerns of equity and civil liberties.

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Despite Increased Vaccinations, COVID-19 Cases Remain High

Monday, April 05, 2021

As vaccine makers start testing re-tooled versions to target variants, how long will immunity hold up? And as vaccines open to all adults, some are still waiting. Why?

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CDC Says Travel Is Safe 2 Weeks After Getting A Final COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

Friday, April 02, 2021

The CDC says people who have been fully vaccinated can travel safely two weeks after their final dose. But the agency is still advising against nonessential trips during the current rise in cases.

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Vaccination Pace Increases But So Does Rate Of New COVID-19 Cases

Monday, March 29, 2021

After weeks of decline, coronavirus cases are up in many states. An ex-Trump COVID-19 task force member says hundreds of thousand of deaths may have been prevented if stronger action had been taken.

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Despite More Vaccinations, Pockets Of COVID-19 Cases Increase

Monday, March 22, 2021

About 2.5 million people a day are being vaccinated in the U.S., and 31% of adults have received at least one shot. But 55,000 new COVID-19 cases are being reported daily and there are new hot spots.

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CDC Says Schools Can Now Space Students 3 Feet Apart, Rather Than 6

Friday, March 19, 2021

In many places, the 6-foot guidance was interpreted as requiring schools to operate on part-time schedules in order to reduce class sizes. A 3-foot rule would allow many more schools to reopen fully.

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Biden Announced A $12 Billion Plan For COVID-19 Testing In Schools, A Pricey Endeavor

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

The Biden administration announced a $12 billion plan to expand the ability of schools to test students, teachers and staff for COVID-19. Some Massachusetts schools are doing this, but it's expensive.

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Planning A Spring Break? These 5 Tips Can Help Minimize Risk

Sunday, March 14, 2021

The CDC still advises against nonessential travel, but many infectious disease experts say a trip to the beach or a family vacation can be done pretty safely if you do it right.

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The CDC Says That Fully Vaccinated People Can Return To Some Pre-Pandemic Activities

Monday, March 08, 2021

The CDC released new guidance that allows people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to resume some pre-pandemic activities, like gathering indoors with other vaccinated people without wearing masks.

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CDC Says It's Safe For Vaccinated People To Do These Activities

Monday, March 08, 2021

New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can gather indoors in some circumstances but should keep wearing masks in public.

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As Vaccinations Continue, COVID-19 Cases Plateau. Is Progress Stalled?

Monday, March 08, 2021

An increasing number of Americans expect something like "normal" to return within the next six months. But health officials say we should stay vigilant even as the pace of vaccinations accelerates.

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Being Vaccinated Doesn't Mean It's Safe To Take Off The Mask

Thursday, March 04, 2021

What newfound freedoms can people who have been vaccinated feel safe about? With only about 20% of U.S. adults vaccinated against COVID-19, experts explain why some restrictions remain in place.

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Vaccine Supply Will Be Joined By Johnson & Johnson's 1-Dose Vaccine

Monday, March 01, 2021

Johnson & Johnson's vaccine ships this week. It is 66% effective at preventing mild to moderate cases of COVID-19, and 93% effective at keeping people who do get the disease out of the hospital.

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CDC Says Physical Distancing Is Not Enough To Stop The Spread Of Coronavirus In Gyms

Thursday, February 25, 2021

Gyms may be a particularly risky place for getting the coronavirus. A pair of CDC studies show many people got the virus during indoor fitness classes despite social distancing and capacity rules.

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U.S. Near 500,000 Deaths From The Coronavirus Pandemic

Monday, February 22, 2021

The U.S. is about to cross another grim milestone: nearly a half million people have died from COVID-19. New cases continue to decline, but there is an urgency to pick up the pace of vaccinations.

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Winter Weather Disrupts Some COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

Thursday, February 18, 2021

Power outages and snowstorms have suspended mass vaccination clinics in Missouri and Texas. Vaccine managers are working to reschedule appointments and to limit the impact of disruptions.

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COVID-19 Vaccine: Don't Miss 2nd Dose Because Of Scheduling Glitches

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

After getting one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, some people are having trouble getting their second shot. Here's how to maximize the likelihood you'll get both doses, to be fully immunized.

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U.S. Continues To Accelerate Vaccination Strategy

Monday, February 15, 2021

Municipalities scramble to address 2nd dose challenges, more pregnant women getting vaccinated, and other COVID-19 updates.

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