After coordinating with county officials and the Lone Star Family Health Clinic, Montgomery County Meals on Wheels set up two vaccination sites for the organization’s home-bound seniors.
Around 200 vaccines will be given out across the Wednesday and Friday vaccine events.… Read More
The research could also bring scientists closer to an answer to one of the big questions about the vaccination drive: Will the vaccines actually curb the spread of the coronavirus?
It’s not clear what implications, if any, the findings might have for the two other major vaccines being used in the West, Pfizer’s and Moderna’s.
In the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, dismissed the idea of deliberately delaying second shots, saying the U.S. will “go by the science” and data from the clinical trials. The two doses of the Pifzer and Moderna vaccines are
The federal government is opening two coronavirus vaccination sites in East Oakland and East Los Angeles, two of the hardest-hit communities.
White House COVID-19 coordinator Jeff Zients announced the sites will launch at the Oakland Coliseum and at California State University, Los Angeles.
The sites are expected to open to eligible residents beginning Feb. 16, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office.
The facilities will be staffed primarily by officials from the Department of Defense, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Health and Human Services.
Zients called those sites “just the beginning” of the
Volunteers are being sought for a world-first trial to establish the efficacy of giving people a first dose of one vaccine and a second dose of a different vaccine.
The trial, which is being run by Oxford University and is funded by the government’s vaccine taskforce, has been described by ministers as “hugely important”.
It will recruit 820 people over the age of 50 who have not yet had a vaccine, to receive a first dose of either the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine or the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. Some people will then get an
- Chrissy Teigen shared some sad news on Twitter today: Her late son Jack would have been born this week.
- The model and cookbook author revealed in late October that she and her husband John Legend had lost a baby boy named Jack at 20 weeks into her pregnancy.
- Chrissy also revealed that she’s getting endometriosis surgery tomorrow.
Chrissy Teigen shared some sad news on Twitter today: Her late son Jack would have been born this week.
“My little Jack would have been born this week so I’m a bit off,” she wrote. “I truly feel kicks in my belly, but