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A Nurse's Attempt To Demonstrate That Vaccines Make People Magnetic Fails Spectacularly.
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On Tuesday, an anti-vaccine Ohio nurse attempted to prove that COVID-19 vaccines make people magnetic, but she failed to stick the landing, to use a gymnastics term. Joanna Overholt, a registered n…

As The FDA Considers An Extension, Johnson & Johnson Doses May Expire.
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A large number of unused Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses are approaching their official expiration dates, prompting some to question the US commitment to global vaccine equity. According to reports…

To Encourage Vaccinations, The White House Is Providing Free Beer And Other Incentives.
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To reach its goal of getting at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine into the arms of 70% of U.S. adults by July 4, the White House is offering a lot of free stuff to Americans. “A summer of freedo…

Paid Time Off May Help To Increase Our Dwindling Vaccination Rates.
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There are numerous reasons why Americans are hesitant to get vaccinated, one of which has nothing to do with religion or politics: the fear of lost income. For many people, getting the shot necessi…

Amid Global Shot Shortage, WHO Chief: Rich Countries Vaccinating Children Is A "Moral Catastrophe"
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Giving COVID-19 vaccines to children is a "moral catastrophe," according to the World Health Organization's head, because front-line health care workers and vulnerable populations in many countries…

FDA Reportedly Set To Approve Pfizer Vaccine For 12-To 15-Year-Olds
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The Food and Drug Administration is getting ready to grow approval for the utilization of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid antibody to youngsters ages 12 to 15 one week from now, allowing admittance to a h…