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Covid-19: Kids ages 5 to 11 ‘need to get that vaccination,’ says Dr. Peter Hotez

Dr. Hotez urged parents to avoid misinformation and to get their younger children vaccinated after Pfizer officially asked the Food and Drug Administration to authorize its Covid-19 vaccine with BioNTech for kids ages 5 to 11.   “There’s a narrative out there that’s false…that this is an illness that’s exclusively of older Americans, those over the… Read More »

Myocarditis More Common After Covid Vaccination, Study Finds

The Coronavirus Pandemic liveCovid-19 Updates Coronavirus Map and Cases J&J Vaccine Delta Variant F.A.Q. Delta Variant Map Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Heart Problem More Common After Covid-19 Than After Vaccination, Study Finds The research did not assess the risks specifically for young males, who are the most… Read More »

Italy and France requiring COVID-19 vaccination or negative tests to engage in nightlife and recreation

Italy and France have mandated citizens to prove they have been vaccinated or tested negative for COVID-19 to return to pre-pandemic life activities, attempting to fight off another surge caused by the highly transmissible delta variant. THE COVID-19 VARIANTS HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE WATCHING “The ‘green pass’ is an instrument which Italians have been using for… Read More »

COVID Vaccination in Pregnant and Lactating Mothers, Transfer of Antibodies to the Baby

COVID Vaccination in Pregnant and Lactating Mothers, Transfer of Antibodies to the Baby While the risk of severe COVID in pregnant women is relatively low, pregnant women with severe COVID experience worse outcomes. Some of our perinatal patients can’t wait to get a COVID-19 vaccine, some of our patients are understandably wary about testing a… Read More »