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Moderna says its Covid-19 vaccine was well-tolerated and generated robust immune response in children ages 6 to 11

Interim results of a Phase 2/3 trial showed Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine was well-tolerated and generated a robust immune response in children ages 6 to 11, the company said Monday. Read more

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Biden administration boosting at-home Covid testing efforts

The Biden administration is taking steps to boost access to over-the-counter Covid-19 testing, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday. Read more

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Children are expected to be eligible for the vaccine in early November, Dr. Anthony Fauci says

The nation's top infectious disease expert says some 28 million children ages 5 to 11 in the United States may be able to receive their Covid-19 vaccine in the first two weeks of November. Read more

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Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine more than 90% effective in kids

Kid-size doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine appear safe and nearly 91% effective at preventing symptomatic infections in 5- to 11-year-olds, according to study details released Friday. Read more

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Pregnant, vaccinated woman catches COVID-19, gives birth while on ventilator

COWETA COUNTY, Georgia (WGCL) -- A pregnant Coweta County woman vaccinated against COVID-19 caught the virus while pregnant and was admitted to the hospital where she was later placed on a ventilator. Read more

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FDA OKs mixing COVID vaccines; backs Moderna, J&J boosters

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. regulators on Wednesday signed off on extending COVID-19 boosters to Americans who got the Moderna or Johnson & … Read more

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White House details plan to roll out COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11

The White House on Wednesday unveiled its plans to roll out COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11, pending US Food and Drug Administration authorization. Read more

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FDA planning to allow mix-and-match COVID-19 vaccine boosters

The US Food and Drug Administration is planning on allowing Americans to receive a different coronavirus vaccine for their booster shots than their original dose. Read more

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Expanded unemployment is over, pay is rising – yet some workers remain on the sidelines

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Pay is up and expanded unemployment payments have ended, yet many workers remain on the sidelines as the economy cont… Read more

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Ask A COVID Question, more men dying than women?

In the latest Ask A COVID Question, a FOX10 News viewer wants to know whether more men are dying from COVID-19 than women. Read more

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Mobile Infirmary hospitals revise visitor policy

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- Beginning Wednesday, Infirmary Health will modify its hospital visitor policy to allow two visitors per patient. Read more

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MCHD adds more vaccine opportunities to calendar

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) --  The Mobile County Health Department’s COVID-19 Response Team is announcing more opportunities to get your vaccine s… Read more

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USA Health University Hospital revises visitation policy

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- The visitation policy for USA Health University Hospital in Mobile has changed to allow for two visitors in inpatien… Read more

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Florida's Escambia County school district relaxing some COVID restrictions

Florida's Escambia County School District will be relaxing some of the restrictions currently in place. Read more

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Merck asks US FDA to authorize promising anti-COVID pill

If cleared by the FDA, it would be the first pill shown to treat COVID-19. Read more

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Ivey extends ‘limited’ COVID-19 health emergency to Oct. 31

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has extended through the end of the month a COVID-19 state of emergency that relaxes some hea… Read more

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Apple Store security guard stabbed over face mask dispute in NYC

A dispute over wearing a face mask led to the stabbing of an Apple Store security guard Friday, a spokesperson with the New York City Police Department told CNN. Read more

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Mobile's cruise ship won't return until at least March 2022; the delay is costing Mobile taxpayers money

The dock at the Alabama Cruise Terminal remains boatless like it has been for more than 18 months. Read more

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Alabama urging unvaccinated to get COVID-19 shots next week

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Alabama's best hope for avoiding another holiday spike of COVID-19 infections and deaths lies in large part on peop… Read more

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Who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine booster? USA Health explains

For more protection against COVID-19, USA Health is offering a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at its drive-through location at t… Read more

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Alabama COVID-19 Update by State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris

State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris holds a briefing is to provide members of the news media an update on COVID-19 mitigation efforts in … Read more

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Human behavior will determine when the Covid-19 pandemic ends, CDC director says

The US is making headway in its battle against Covid-19 -- with infection and hospitalization rates on the decline after a surge fueled by the highly transmissible Delta variant. Read more

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More people are getting Covid-19 vaccine boosters than getting their first shots, CDC data shows

Mark Warschauer, a professor of education at the University of California, Irvine, was "tremendously excited" about the authorization of Co… Read more

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Covid-19 caused nine times more deaths in those with learning difficulties, study finds

People with learning difficulties died from Covid-19 at a rate nine times higher than the general population during the first wave of the pandemic in the UK, worsening existing inequalities, according to a new study. Read more

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Man accused of killing his pharmacist brother wanted to confront him for administering the COVID-19 vaccine, court documents say

A Maryland man accused of killing his pharmacist brother, his sister-in-law and an 83-year-old woman told his mother he wanted to "confront" his brother over "him administering COVID vaccines," according to charging documents obtained from Howard County District Court. Read more

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