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Op-ed: Public health leaders can build public support for a COVID-19...

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With recent surveys suggesting that many Americans may be reluctant to take a COVID-19 vaccine once it’s available, it will be important...

COVID-19 associated variations in liver function parameters: a retrospective study

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INTRODUCTIONIn December 2019, an infectious severe acute respiratory syndrome was reported in China, found to be caused by a coronavirus.1 Initially named as 2019...

Short term, high-dose vitamin D supplementation for COVID-19 disease: a randomised,...

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INTRODUCTIONCoronavirus-2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) has affected the lives of millions of individuals globally and severely strained the medical...

Why some colleges can stave off COVID-19 infections and others can’t...

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Some college campuses, including Sarah Lawrence College in New York, have done a good job in preventing students and faculty from contracting...

Covid-19 vaccine: Prof Van-Tam says he would take the vaccine

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England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer has said if he could, he would be at the front of the queue to be the first to...

Student report examines COVID-19 spread in Chelsea, Mass. | News

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A report by Cristina Alonso, DrPH ’21, found two major reasons for the swift coronavirus spread in Chelsea, Mass.: the lag time...

‘Really exciting time’ as Covid vaccine hopes soar

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On Monday, it was announced that the world's first effective coronavirus vaccine had shown positive results in preliminary tests on 43,500 people.Pharmaceutical companies Pfizer...

Coronavirus: Turkish Germans raise new Covid vaccine hopes

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BioNTech reported on Monday that the vaccine efficacy rate - above 90% - had been reached a week after the second dose. Protection would...

Matt Hancock on Covid 19 vaccine trials and roll out

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The UK does not have a Covid vaccine yet, but is “one step closer” the health secretary has said.Matt Hancock was speaking after it...

Hancock: ‘NHS absolutely ready’ for Covid vaccine

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Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said the NHS is "absolutely ready" to roll out a Covid vaccine once approved, but warned that it would...

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