coronavirus

How long does it take for the COVID vaccine to give you immunity?

While the FDA has approved both Pfizer and Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccines for widespread use, millions of Americans have been waiting for their opportunity to receive the vaccine. How long does it take for COVID vaccine to give you immunity?
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Larry King COVID update: He's 'receiving great medical care … looks forward to being home soon,' says son

Legendary broadcaster Larry King, who was hospitalized in late December for COVID-19, continues to be “under observation” and is looking forward to heading home, one of his sons said.
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Ellen DeGeneres shares dramatic way she learned she had COVID as she returns back to work

Ellen DeGeneres returned back to hosting her show on Wednesday, and shared the dramatic way she learned that she had tested positive for COVID-19. The host shared the story with the same virtual audience that was present during the December episode.
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Health workers report instances of kids apologizing to dying relatives for exposing them to COVID

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause so much pain for families, health officials in California are now sharing a warning about gatherings. Children are now apologizing for spreading COVID-19 to their relatives.
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Fauci reveals when theaters and music venues could reopen if COVID vaccine rollout succeeds

In a conversation hosted by the Association of Performing Arts Professionals, Fauci gave a timeline for the resumption of live performances.
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Can vitamin D help protect against COVID-19?

Vitamin D may protect against COVID-19 — in two ways. First, it may help boost our bodies’ natural defense against viruses and bacteria. WBBM Newsradio’s Lisa Fielding reports.
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Sales of instruments have gone up since pandemic started

Sales of instruments have gone up during the pandemic after concert halls and other venues had to shut down. But while demand is up, how are the supplies doing?
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CDC set to issue order for all international travelers into the US to provide negative COVID-19 test result

In an effort to limit transmission of the new coronavirus, the U.S. government will in all likelihood require that all international passengers arriving into the country show proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to boarding their flights.
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US speeding up vaccine distribution with key changes to strategy

Saying states have been too narrowly focused in doling out vaccines, the Trump administration is now urging them to speed up distribution to the elderly and stop holding back doses for the second shot.
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Martha Stewart receives COVID vaccine, tells fans she 'waited in line with others'

Martha Stewart received the coronavirus vaccine, telling fans she ‘waited in line with others.’ The lifestyle guru shared a video of the vaccination to Instagram, saying, ‘I am in the approved age group for this batch of vaccines.’
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