Biden officials call on early childhood teachers to help promote kids' COVID vaccines

Two Biden administration officials released a letter on Wednesday calling on teachers to help encourage parents to get their children vaccinated against COVID-19 now that vaccines are available to nearly all children. In a “Dear Colleagues” letter provided to The Hill, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona called on… Continue reading Biden officials call on early childhood teachers to help promote kids' COVID vaccines

Health Care — Vaccines for kids clears key hurdle

We have our first peek at Ryan Gosling in his role as Ken for the new Barbie movie set to come out next year.  Today in health care, parents of kids under 5 are one step closer to a vaccine (likely available next week). And Anthony Fauci has COVID.  Welcome to Overnight Health Care, where we’re following… Continue reading Health Care — Vaccines for kids clears key hurdle

Covid: Why do some vaccines protect you for longer than others?

A measles vaccine can protect you for a lifetime. Tetanus gives you about 10 years of cover, while flu vaccines need updating every year. When it comes to Covid-19, we’re still not sure exactly how long protection from the vaccine lasts. BBC Health and Disinformation Reporter Rachel Schraer explains why. Motion graphics by Jacqueline Galvin.… Continue reading Covid: Why do some vaccines protect you for longer than others?

Health Care — FDA sets tentative timeline on young kids’ vaccines

James Corden will be leaving his job as host of CBS’s “The Late Late Show” after nearly seven years.  Today in health care, we got a bit more clarity on the timeline for young kids’ vaccines. Mark your calendars for June.   Welcome to Overnight Health Care, where we’re following the latest moves on policy and news… Continue reading Health Care — FDA sets tentative timeline on young kids’ vaccines

Covid vaccines now available for five to 11-year olds in England

The expansion comes as officials estimate nearly five million people in the UK now have the virus. Source link

Subsidized COVID Testing, Treatments, and Vaccines May End Soon

March 23, 2022 — The federal government this week will begin cutting back on the anti-COVID-19 antibody treatments it ships to states, and doctors will no longer get paid for providing COVID-19 care for the uninsured, as the nation runs out of money to buy crucial tests, treatments, and vaccines needed to keep the pandemic… Continue reading Subsidized COVID Testing, Treatments, and Vaccines May End Soon

No evidence Covid vaccines lead to young deaths – ONS

The ONS says it can find no evidence Covid-19 vaccines are causing cardiac deaths in the young. Source link

Covid vaccines not linked to deaths, major US study finds

Dr Elizabeth Phillips, a professor of medicine, at Vanderbilt University, who was not involved in the study, said: “Reassuringly, the six-month VAERS data supports that – although approximately one in 1,000 individuals vaccinated may have an adverse effect, most of these are non-serious. Source link

Vaccines could mean only one smear test a lifetime

HPV jab is so successful that women who have it will not need screening every few years, says cancer scientist. Source link

'This is no time for politics. This is a public health issue': Dr. Anthony Fauci | ABC News

George Stephanopoulos interviews Dr. Anthony Fauci on “This Week.” #ABCNews #ThisWeek #AnthonyFauci #COVID19 #Vaccination source