Adrianna Rodriguez, Enquirer

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Recent articles by Adrianna:

You've tested positive or were exposed to COVID, now what? A step-by-step guide on what to do next

These are the CDC's new COVID exposure guidelines for the unvaccinated, fully vaccinated, and those with close contact to someone infected → Read More

Pregnant with COVID: Large study shows being unvaccinated puts you and your baby in danger

Researchers also reported more than 450 babies died during this time, with all of them occurring in unvaccinated pregnant individuals. → Read More

Flu + Coronavirus = Flurona. What you need to know about co-infection experts are watching

Experts expect to see more 'flurona' amid rapidly rising flu cases and surging coronavirus cases driven by the highly contagious omicron variant. → Read More

Vaccinated and test positive? What to know about omicron, COVID for this holiday season.

The pace of new cases is up 41% nationally compared to a month ago, according to a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data. → Read More

This Latina doctor wanted to spark trust in the COVID vaccines. So, she enrolled her babies in a clinical trial.

Velocity Clinical Research enrolled about 650 kids at four locations across the country to participate in a clinical trial for Moderna's vaccine. → Read More

Omicron is 'raging through the world,' Fauci says; variant makes up nearly 3% of US cases: Latest COVID-19 updates

The omicron variant of the coronavirus makes up nearly 3% of COVID-19 cases in the US. The CDC has detected the new strain in 43 states. Latest news. → Read More

More than 40% of people with COVID-19 never show symptoms, study finds. What experts have learned about these cases.

Researchers looked at 95 studies from Jan. 2020 to Feb. 2021 consisting of nearly 30M people in Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Africa. → Read More

The omicron variant is fueling misinformation about COVID. Experts explain why and how to spot false claims.

Public health experts say the lack of instant data on the omicron variant is prompting many people to seek out whatever information they can find. → Read More

Is it a cold? The flu? Or COVID? How to tell sniffles and chills apart this holiday season

Many cold, flu and COVID-19 symptoms overlap: fever, runny nose, sore throat, coughing, and general fatigue. → Read More

What are omicron variant symptoms? Everything to know about the latest COVID strain.

Omicron, first identified in South Africa last week, was designated a 'variant of concern' by WHO. Here's what to know about the latest COVID variant. → Read More

'Another holiday season of COVID': Experts ‘really concerned’ about rise in case numbers

Despite early signs that suggested the U.S. may have avoided another winter surge, coronavirus cases are rising again. Experts are "really concerned." → Read More

Everything to know about the COVID-19 vaccine and children: When will it be available?

When will the COVID-19 vaccine be approved for kids under 12? Here's everything to know about the impending FDA approval of Pfizer's vaccine. → Read More

Daylight saving time is 'not helpful' and has 'no upsides,' experts say. Here's why.

AASM says the U.S. should eliminate daylight saving time in favor of a year-round standard time. Here’s why most health experts agree. → Read More

CDC adds mental health disorders to list of conditions linked to higher risk of severe COVID-19. Here's why.

The CDC added mental health disorders last week to the list of underlying medical conditions associated with a higher risk of severe COVID-19. → Read More

Biden administration reveals COVID-19 vaccination plan for kids 5 to 11: 'We're going to be ready'

Officials revealed a comprehensive plan to vaccinate about 28 million kids, estimating roughly 15 million doses will be available in the first week. → Read More

Colin Powell was fully vaccinated, but he still died from COVID complications. How rare is that?

Dying from COVID-19 is extremely uncommon for the fully vaccinated, but at 84 years old, Colin Powell fell into high-risk group. → Read More

What is sepsis? Here's everything to know about the infection former president Bill Clinton is battling

According to the World Health Organization, sepsis kills more than 11 million people in the world each year. Here's how it can happen. → Read More

Who is considered 'high risk' and eligible for Pfizer-BioNTech's booster shots?

The FDA authorized boosters for people 65 and older, adults with underlying health conditions and workers at high risk. Who exactly does that cover? → Read More

When will the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine be ready for kids?

Here’s everything to know about the COVID-19 vaccine in young children, what to expect and what this could mean for daily life in the U.S. → Read More

When will the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine be ready for kids? We've got answers

Here’s everything to know about the COVID-19 vaccine in young children, what to expect and what this could mean for daily life in the U.S. → Read More