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How to perfectly time your new omicron-specific Covid booster

If you’re not one of the 7.6 million Americans who have already gotten the updated omicron-specific Covid booster, you might…

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What to know about COVID variants BA.4.6, BF.7 and BA.2.75, now growing nationwide

The BA.5 variant that dominated the summer wave of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations has now fallen to 81.3% of new…

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Sweden to stop offering COVID-19 jabs to teenagers

In September, Britain lifted its vaccine recommendation for healthy children under the age of 11. “Overall we see that the…

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Is it Safe To Mix And Match Your New COVID Booster Shot?

Pfizer and Moderna now both have new bivalent COVID booster shots that not only target the original strain of coronavirus,…

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Australia to end mandatory home isolation for COVID-19 patients

SYDNEY: Australia will end the mandatory five-day home quarantine for COVID-infected people on Oct 14, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said…

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Commentary: The COVID-19 pandemic has made us less agreeable

DUBLIN: For many of us, some personality traits stay the same throughout our lives while others change only gradually. However,…

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China Walvax’s mRNA COVID-19 vaccine obtains first approval overseas

BEIJING: The Indonesian food and drugs agency (BPOM) said on Thursday (Sep 29) it has approved the emergency use of…

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Supreme Court To Allow Public To Sit In Oral Arguments, Reversing Pandemic Measures

The Supreme Court said it will allow members of the public to return to the court to watch oral arguments…

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Health

Canada to remove all COVID-19 restrictions for travelers

Canada will lift all remaining COVID-19 restrictions for international and domestic travelers starting Oct. 1, officials announced this week.  The…

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Colbert Torches ‘Dingus’ Trump For ‘Stunning Conclusion’ That Comes Far Too Late

Speaking to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman in March 2021 ― a year after the first pandemic-related shutdowns in…

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