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Catching COVID-19 During the Insurrection

Catching COVID-19 During the InsurrectionIt still hurts to swallow or drink. Water tastes off. She can’t sleep. She buried herself under blankets all weekend, but she couldn’t stay warm. Then came the pounding headache, the blocked sinuses. So far, she’s spent more than a week in self-isolation, toggling between British TV dramas and news reports about the rioters who wanted to assassinate her colleagues in Congress. Her husband’s symptoms are the same, but he is older than her and in a high-risk group. It’s been five days since they tested positive, nine days since the insurrection. Pramila Jayapal, the 55-year-old representative from Washington, told me that her anger is “next-level.”Jayapal received her first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on January 4, and she tested negative for the coronavirus on January 5, the night before she entered the Capitol. She believes that she contracted it last Wednesday when she huddled inside…


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CDC: Young adults fuel COVID-19 spread among young people

CDC: Young adults fuel COVID-19 spread among young peopleAdults between 18 and 24 years old account for nearly 60% of new COVID-19 cases among young people, according to data released Wednesday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ….. Read More.UPI News – Health News | Health & WellnessWed, January 13, 20211 week ago


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College campuses may be COVID-19 ‘super-spreaders,’ study finds

College campuses may be COVID-19 ‘super-spreaders,’ study findsMore than half of colleges across the country reported “spikes” in COVID-19 cases, suggesting students and others may be “super-spreaders,” according to a study published Wednesday. ….. Read More.UPI News – Health News | Health & WellnessWed, January 13, 20211 week ago


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CDC: New COVID-19 strain could become ‘predominant’ in U.S. by March

CDC: New COVID-19 strain could become ‘predominant’ in U.S. by MarchA more contagious strain of COVID-19 could become the “predominant” one in the United States by March, potentially undermining gains in infection control spurred by vaccines, researchers from the CDC predicted. ….. Read More.UPI News – Health News | Health & WellnessFri, January 15, 20216 days ago


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To speed COVID-19 vaccinations, South Carolina mulls limiting elective surgeries again

To speed COVID-19 vaccinations, South Carolina mulls limiting elective surgeries againSouth Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster warned he could shut down elective surgeries in a bid to free up hospital staff and administer more COVID-19 vaccines, according to a report. ….. Read More.FOX News – Health News | Health & WellnessTue, January 19, 20212 days ago


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Pregnant women should receive COVID-19 vaccine, Israel Ministry of Health says

Pregnant women should receive COVID-19 vaccine, Israel Ministry of Health saysIsrael will begin vaccinating pregnant women against  COVID-19 after several medical groups within the country’s health ministry stressed the risks the virus poses to pregnancy. ….. Read More.FOX News – Health News | Health & WellnessTue, January 19, 20212 days ago


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