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NYC nurse who got first COVID vaccine to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Sandra Lindsay, a critical care nurse at Northwell Health and a native of Jamaica, was one of the 17 recipients chosen for the honor. She received her first jab of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on December 14th, 2020 and her second shot on January 4th, 2021. A ceremony will be held at the White House on July 7th.See the Story

Hong Kong’s Lee sees no need for mass COVID-19 testing for now

Coverage: 2 sources
Hong Kong's new Chief Executive John Lee said there is no immediate need for a universal compulsory COVID-19 testing campaign. But he stressed that there needs to be a reduction in the number of daily infections, which are at the highest level since April. Lee shed more light on his CO VID-19 agenda for the first time since being sworn in as chief executive on Friday.See the Story

Cities in China face new COVID restrictions after small clusters emerge

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Cities in eastern China faced new sets of restrictions, including closed supermarkets, no in-person dining and canceled flights. Residents were also advised to work from home and not travel outside the city unless absolutely necessary. Mainland China grappled with 473 new cases, including 104 that were symptomatic, the country's National Health Commission said Sunday.See the Story
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Matt Hancock’s blase attitude to the rise in Covid cases is alarming

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Matt Hancock's views show a worrying lack of understanding. He misleadingly claims that removing restrictions in the UK in February did not lead to a surge in cases, hospitalisations and deaths. The problem is the sustained pressure this puts on an already overstretched NHS. Masks, tests, isolation if sick and sick pay are not restrictions, they are mitigations.See the Story

A Clunky Mask May be the Answer to Airborne Disease and N95 Waste

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Three years into the pandemic, elastomeric respirators remain a rarity at U.S. health care facilities. The C.D.C. has done little to promote the masks, and all but a handful of the dozen or so domestic companies that rushed to manufacture them over the past two years have stopped making them.See the Story

What Is the Origin of COVID-19 Variants Like Omicron?

People with weakened immune systems are more likely to get chronic infections and produce virus variants that bear multiple antibody-resistant mutations. While many distinct variations develop in immunocompromised individuals, their likelihood of spreading is small. The researchers hypothesize that a compromised immune reaction, particularly in the lower airways of these chronic patients, may delay complete recovery from the virus.See the Story

Is Omicron BA.5 ‘Worst Version’ Of Covid-19 Coronavirus Seen?

Eric Topol, MD, founder and director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, has called the currently spreading version, the Omicron sub-variant BA.5, the worst version of the virus that we've seen. Topol wondered on the tweet why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has not been issuing more warnings.See the Story

F.D.A. Says Next Covid Boosters Should Target Omicron Subvariants

F.D.A. says it has advised coronavirus vaccine manufacturers to update their booster formulations. Vaccine could target fast-spreading Omicron subvariants known as BA.4 and BA.5. Decision comes despite considerable uncertainty around what the virus will look like later this year.See the Story

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