• National cabinet to discuss border closures, vaccine rollout ‘rethink'

    1 month ago - By Sydney Morning Herald

    Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly says there will be a “rethink” of the COVID-19 vaccination timeline discussed at national cabinet on Friday.
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  • Second COVID Shot: No Side Effects? No Problem

    Second COVID Shot: No Side Effects? No Problem

    1 month ago - By MedPageToday

    With so much chatter about hefty side effects - headache, chills, fatigue, body aches - after the second dose of the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, the sizeable proportion of people who don't get sidelined by the...
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  • AstraZeneca chief under fire for staying in Australia during vaccine setback

    1 month ago - By Sydney Morning Herald

    Pascal Soriot must do more to defend the pharma giant's COVID-19 vaccine amid questions about its safety, and his decision to be in Australia with his family does “not give right signal or message”, investors say.
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  • Your vaccine questions answered: Will the vaccine protect me from COVID variants?

    1 month ago - By Orlando Sentinel

    The Sun-Sentinel answers readers' questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.
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  • US Finally Hits Its Stride With COVID-19 Vaccination Rollouts

    1 month ago - By Medscape

    Nation hits new record with 4.1 million people vaccinated in single day. But far fewer Blacks, Hispanics have gotten vaccine doses.
    Medscape Medical News
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  • More than 20% of Gen Z-ers say they will NOT get a Covid vaccine, survey finds

    More than 20% of Gen Z-ers say they will NOT get a Covid vaccine, survey finds

    1 month ago - By Daily Mail

    A new survey from STAT-The Harris Poll found that 23% of Generation Z respondents said they didn't plan to get a COVID-19 vaccine and 35% planned to wait and see.
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  • Should COVID-19 vaccines be mixed?

    Should COVID-19 vaccines be mixed?

    1 month ago - By Healio

    According to The New York Times, health experts were “shocked” when the United Kingdom made a change to its guidelines in January to suggest that COVID-19 vaccines could be mixed.
    The updated guidance said people could receive a different vaccine for their second dose if the vaccine they received for their first shot was unavailable.
    The guidance was not based on scientific data, the Times noted, although researchers at the University of Oxford have started a trial in which they will give participants one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and one dose of the vaccine made by
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