coronavirus

‘Paramedic of the Year’ arrested for allegedly helping steal COVID vaccines

A Florida paramedic who recently received praise for his work in the medical field has been arrested for allegedly helping steal doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
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How quickly can US ramp up vaccinations?

President Biden announced Tuesday that his administration is increasing the vaccine supply to states starting next week by about 16%. But one expert says there is a limit to how much more vaccine the U.S. can make.
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102-year-old receives 2nd dose of COVID vaccine: ‘I feel as though I'm free’

Ruth Anderson was born during the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918 and lived through the polio epidemic. The 102-year-old just received her second dose of the COVID vaccine.
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Worldwide count of confirmed COVID-19 cases surpasses 100 million

Countries around the globe have now reported more than 100 million COVID-19 cases, data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows. As of Tuesday afternoon, the university’s COVID-19 dashboard had recorded 100,032,461 global cases of the virus.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci is the highest paid federal employee

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s leading infectious disease expert, is the highest paid employee in the federal government, according to data made available from a Freedom of Information Act request. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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What to know before and after you receive the COVID vaccine

Americans across the nation are rolling up their sleeves for a vaccine to help slow the spread of COVID-19. This is what you should know before and after you receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Study: Hand sanitizer harming kids' eyes

In public spaces there are hand sanitizer stations everywhere to help encourage people to take a pump to avoid spreading the coronavirus but a new study indicates those stations are harming kid’s eyes.
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Holocaust survivor, 97, takes first steps after 'miraculous recovery' from COVID-19

Lily Ebert, a 97-year-old Auschwitz survivor, is enjoying a “miraculous recovery” from coronavirus, her grandson announced on social media. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Your favorite music venue could soon be a COVID-19 vaccination site

Live Nation and AEG have teamed up with the National Independent Venue Association and other organizations to pen a letter to President Biden and Vice President Harris to offer their venues to aid in getting Americans vaccinated.
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109-year-old woman believed to be oldest COVID-19 vaccine recipient in her state

Elzora Costello, 109, was first in line for vaccinations at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Luther Village senior residential community. She was one of the community’s 750 residents and 60 staff members scheduled to be vaccinated by Wednesday.
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