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Vaccinations · Washington

US begins testing a universal flu vaccine

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
A National Institutes of Health (NIH) clinical center in Bethesda, Md., has begun a phase 1 trial of a universal flu vaccine.See the Story

Walgreens earnings slide as number of vaccinations wane

Coverage: 2 sources
Walgreens booked a $683 million charge from a settlement with the state of Florida to resolve claims tied to dispensing prescription opioids. The company also saw a drop in the performance of its U.S. pharmacies, when a COVID-19 vaccination push brought more people to its stores.See the Story

18-yr-old Kerala student dies of rabies, month after being bitten by dog

Srilakshmi (18), who lived in Mankara area of Palakkad district was bitten by a dog on May 30, when she was on her way to college. She was studying Bachelors in Computer Application at a college in Coimbatore, where she was a first year student. Having taken an anti-rabies vaccine, she did not show any symptoms initially. However, her condition worsened over the past week.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Omicron-based vaccines will roll out this fall

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
This fall, vaccine makers will begin rolling out coronavirus booster vaccines tailored to fight the current version of the pandemic. Two days after outside experts voted in favor of a new vaccine adapted to protect against omicron, the Food and Drug Administration announced that the fall shots would include a component from BA. 4 and BA. 5, the omicron subvariants gaining ground in the United States.See the Story

COVID-19 testing, vax site on Murfreesboro Pike closing its doors

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Thursday will mark the last day the COVID-19 testing center and vaccination site on Murfreesboro Pike will be open.See the Story

The discovery of the polio virus in Britain proves we can never let our guard down

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Evidence of the disease in a London sewer shows that without widespread vaccination, no country is immune from its horrors, Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine GroupSee the Story
Vaccinations · California

Letter | Opinion section provoked several responses

A Guest Commentary and two letters in the June 23 Opinion section stood out. The Guest Commentary by a UCSC sophomore laments the cost and scarcity of housing in Santa Cruz, “the beautiful place we…See the Story
Vaccinations · San Jose

Letter | Keeping Santa Cruz from San Jose-ish excess

Michael Lewis: City planners dream of a downtown dominated by towering glass and steel edifices. Many of us prefer the way Santa Cruz was, and largely, still is, he says. Lewis: If city planners prefer the San Jose model, let them move there and ply their trade.See the Story

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