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We need to adjust expectations for COVID vaccine

(Photo AP / Ted S. Warren, File) We are still waiting for the COVID vaccine to be released and a virologist has some questions about how to test the vaccine. Dr. William Haseltine taught at Harvard and raised some concerns about some vaccine trials. He joined Seattle’s Morning News for discussion. “First of all, I think most people expect vaccines …

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Anchorage tightens its waiver of the masking rule, limiting gatherings as incidents increase

Screenshot by Austin Quinn-Davidson, acting mayor of Anchorage, during a press conference on coronavirus restrictions on Friday, November 6 (Kavitha George / Alaska Public Media) Acting Anchorage Austin Quinn-Davidson announced on Friday that the city will expand the veil rules and limit the size of assemblies to combat the record increase in COVID-19 cases. Quinn-Davidson said the city is hiring …

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The first North Dakota child had COVID-19 and a multisystem inflammatory syndrome reported

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome is a rare and potentially fatal condition that affects children who have been infected with COVID-19 or around someone with coronavirus infection. Parts of the body such as the brain, heart, lungs and kidneys can become inflamed, and the child may also have a fever, rash, and vomiting, among other symptoms. As of October 30, nationwide there …

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The North Dakota Department of Health reports the first child to have Multifaceted Inflammatory Syndrome and COVID-19

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) – North Dakota Department of Health said, through a press release, the first confirmed case of Multifaceted Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) in a child with COVID-19 North Dakota. In the press release, MIS-C is described as a “rare condition where different parts of a child’s body can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes or …

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The increase in COVID-19 in Cabell County reached pandemic high

CABELL COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) – The increase in COVID-19 in Cabell County in recent days is the highest level of the pandemic. The Cabell-Huntington Department of Health released that notice Friday, saying the county had recorded 184 new cases during the first five days of November. Health officials said 83 of the reported cases on Thursday marked the highest day …

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Metro Restaurant Owners Prepare For New Round Of COVID-19 As Viruses Spread | News

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – News of Oregon taking a break in five counties when it comes to COVID-19 restrictions that don’t suit some in the restaurant industry. On Friday, Governor Kate Brown released new guidelines to slow states that are increasing COVI-19 contamination. In recent weeks, the state has seen record high daily cases and other indications that viral progression …

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Officials reported 218 new COVID-19 cases, 5 new virus-related deaths

SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s note: See the full video player summary above. News recipients can click here to access the video. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Commissioner Kevin Wolff updated the community on local responses to the COVID-19 during their daily briefings on Friday evening. Nirenberg reported a total of 67,127 COVID-19 cases and 1,273 total deaths …

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Alabama announces its COVID-19 vaccine administration plan

The Alabama Department of Public Health today announced plans to distribute and administer the COVID-19 vaccine, which may be available in limited quantities by the end of the year, according to the agency. People at risk of serious illness and those most at risk of exposure, such as health-care workers and first-aiders, will be the first to be vaccinated, ADPH …

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