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90,000 Summer COVID Deaths Could Have Been Prevented By Vaccination, Says Study

Vaccines could have prevented roughly 90,000 deaths from COVID-19 in the U.S. over the summer, according to a new study. “From June through September 2021, approximately 90,000 COVID-19 deaths among adults likely would have been prevented with vaccination,” concluded an analysis by the Peterson Center on Healthcare and the Kaiser Family Foundation published Wednesday. Advertisement...

If You Have A Mood Disorder, You May Now Be Eligible For A COVID Booster

PeopleImages via Getty Images Adults who have depression or a schizophrenia spectrum disorder are now eligible for a Pfizer booster shot. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has included some mood disorders on its list of underlying conditions that can increase a person’s risk of becoming severely ill if they are infected with COVID-19....

Unvaccinated People Are Way, Way More Likely To Die From COVID, CDC Data Shows

For all the debate about which COVID-19 vaccine is more effective, ultimately the answer is still “all of them.” New Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data shows that all three of the available vaccines in the U.S. continue to offer substantial protection against serious disease and death from COVID-19. Advertisement In August, the most...

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