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Past articles by Madeline:

COVID-19 vaccines 94% effective among health care workers in real-world conditions: CDC study

A new study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday is the latest to show real-world evidence of the effectiveness of coronavirus vaccines. → Read More

E.coli outbreak in Washington state may be linked to fresh produce, officials say

An outbreak of E.coli that has affected residents across multiple counties in Washington state is possibly linked to fresh produce, said state health officials. → Read More

Most kids with coronavirus do not develop fever, study finds

More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, most are well aware that the symptoms of a COVID-19 infection often include fever, cough and shortness of breath. But the same may not be true for one group of people: children. A new study published in the journal Scientific Reports this week found that most children who contract the virus do not develop fever. → Read More

Canada OK’s Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 12 and over

Canada on Wednesday authorized the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for ages 12 and over, becoming the first country to OK the vaccine for children under the age of 16. → Read More

Should I skip my COVID-19 vaccine appointment if I have cold-like symptoms?

Should I reschedule my vaccine appointment if I’m having cold-like symptoms? → Read More

Louisiana identifies first Brazilian coronavirus variant cases in 2 residents

Health officials in Louisiana this week identified the state’s first cases of a coronavirus variant first identified in Brazil. → Read More

Remote learning during coronavirus caused stress, anxiety in students, survey finds

A new survey highlights the adverse effects that remote learning had on many children in the past year that has been the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Study identifies coronavirus mental health impact on New York City nurses during pandemic’s first wave

A new study from New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing found that city nurses caring for COVID-19 patients during the first wave of the pandemic experienced anxiety, depression and illness. → Read More

Iowa asks for additional COVID-19 vaccine doses to be withheld as demand wanes: report

Officials in Iowa have reportedly asked for nearly 22,000 additional doses of the COVID-19 vaccine set to be shipped to the state this week to be withheld due to waning demand for the product, per a local report. → Read More

India coronavirus crisis 'demonstrates risk of what can happen' if pandemic isn't controlled, Zients says

White House officials on Friday warned that the current coronavirus crisis in India is an example of what could happen elsewhere should the pandemic go uncontrolled. → Read More

Evidence of human-to-cat coronavirus transmission identified by scientists: study

Scientists in the United Kingdom have found evidence that humans infected with SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus, can pass the virus to cats. Researchers from the University of Glasgow when screening the country’s feline population identified two such cases of cats contracting the virus from their infected owners. → Read More

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine recipient in Nevada undergoes 3 brain surgeries following jab: report

A Nevada woman who received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has reportedly undergone three brain surgeries to repair blood clots related to the shot. → Read More

Coronavirus cases, hospitalizations rising in Pennsylvania

Coronavirus cases and related hospitalizations are rising in Pennsylvania, according to state health data. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccines effective against California coronavirus variant: study

Researchers in a new study found that COVID-19 vaccines are effective against a coronavirus variant that first emerged in California and has since become the dominant strain in the Golden State. → Read More

Coronavirus survivors might experience more intense COVID-19 vaccine side effects, experts say

Coronavirus survivors who receive the COVID-19 vaccine may experience more intense side effects following initial vaccination, experts say. → Read More

Wisconsin nearing 2M COVID-19 vaccine doses administered

Nearly 2 million people in Wisconsin have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, state health data shows. → Read More

Oklahoma opening up COVID-19 vaccine appointments to non-residents

Oklahoma is now offering vaccine appointments to people who do not live in the state. → Read More

Colorado identifies cases of Brazilian coronavirus variant for the first time: officials

Colorado health officials this week announced the state has identified its first cases of a worrisome coronavirus variant first identified in Brazil late last year. → Read More

Most children with MIS-C experienced only mild coronavirus symptoms prior to inflammatory illness: study

Most children who developed the rare but serious multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) that occurs weeks following a coronavirus infection had no or only mild symptoms of COVID-19 when they were initially infected, according to a new study that’s said to be the largest analysis of such cases in children in the U.S. → Read More

WHO against coronavirus vaccine passports for the time being, spokesperson says

The World Health Organization (WHO) does not back the use of coronavirus vaccine passports for travel, a spokesperson said. → Read More