- Jul 17, 2003
I just called in to my family doctor for flu and tetanus shots to find they're short staffed because of Covid.
This morning, I used the local Kroger pharmacy for flu and tetanus shots.
edit:The vaccine, called GRT-R910, uses a new technology called self-amplifying messenger-ribonucleic acid (mRNA), which replicates itself once injected into muscle. COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna use mRNA, which teaches our body how to make a protein that triggers an immune response, but it cannot self-replicate.
Self-amplifying mRNA promises lower doses than existing vaccines, which means it's potentially cheaper and has fewer side-effects, Insider previously reported.
The average rate of Covid-19 deaths in the 10 least vaccinated states was more than four times higher over the past week than the rate in the 10 most vaccinated states, according to a CNN analysis.
In the least vaccinated states, roughly eight people out of every 100,000 residents died of Covid-19 over the past week, compared with only about two out of every 100,000 people in the 10 most vaccinated states.
CNN used data from Johns Hopkins University and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the analysis.
Less vaccinated states tend to have higher hospitalization rates, too.
The variant, which originated in Japan, has over 10,000 entries in the GISAID SARS-CoV-2 database. The variant contains five mutations previously noted in variants of concern or interest, two of which are in the Spike protein (Figure 1). It also contains many unique mutations.
Read it.Richmond Hill doctor draws fire for reportedly handing out vaccine exemptions
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