In a September 12, 2023 press release, the CDC recommends that everyone six months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine for this upcoming fall and winter season.
The impact of Chronic Care Conditions, COVID-19, Mental Health, Taxing Schedules, and more have led to a Public Health Crisis that began even before COVID started and has deteriorated since then.
The Moderna Vaccine for COVID has been a whirlwind of protection, promises, and changes. With the Delta Variant a Booster will be needed, but when?
Britain on Wednesday became the first county in the World to be approved for the COVID vaccine developed by AstraZenca along with Oxford University.
In a perfect world, when 1 million COVID-19 vaccines are produced then shortly thereafter, 1 million new individuals would receive the vaccine. However, this is far from the truth of things. We are seeing a slow rollout of the COVID-19 Vaccine.
The CDC outlines a new quarantine guidelines, indicating that someone with contact to COVID may stop after 7 or 10 days depending on situation.
There have been some questions about COVID being passed in food. Evidence shows that food is not currently believed to be a vector for COVID transmission.
Oftentimes it is during a crisis that we turn to the experts – especially medical experts. Recently it was reported that IBU and COVID-19 are not a great mix.
Health Officials from the state of Washington have reported a death in the United States as the result of the Coronavirus. This marks the first death in the U.S. as mounting concerns and reports of a high risk with regards to the COVID-19 virus.