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  • The Unvaccinated Bear the Brunt of the Consequences of COVID and Much of the Responsibility for the Current COVID Situation in U.S.
    by Evan O’connor on November 29, 2021 at 6:22 pm

    Updated December 5, 2021 COVID vaccination, especially vaccine mandates, is a polarizing issue for much of the United States. This has resulted in conflicts among politicians and political parties, families — especially divorced parents, parents and teachers, employers and employees, and vaccinated and unvaccinated people. It is such an emotional issue that many of the The post The Unvaccinated Bear the Brunt of the Consequences of COVID and Much of the Responsibility for the Current COVID Situation in U.S. appeared first on BeMedwise.

  • Mix and Match COVID Boosters
    by Evan O’connor on November 22, 2021 at 4:35 pm

    Published December 21, 2021 When it comes to COVID vaccine boosters, until recently, it was all about Pfizer. Now the FDA has approved both Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters for those adults initially vaccinated with the corresponding vaccine. CDC approval followed quickly on October 21, 2021. This decision involved giving boosters to high risk The post Mix and Match COVID Boosters appeared first on BeMedwise.

  • Next Up for Anti-vaxxers – Iodine
    by Evan O’connor on November 8, 2021 at 3:11 pm

    Published November 8, 2021 Iodine seems to be the newest alleged remedy for COVID-19. Anti-vaxxers are using iodine solutions to gargle, spray up their noses, and even swallow as a way to prevent COVID infections. This is predominantly based on a YouTube video from an emergency room doctor in Thailand that went viral on Facebook The post Next Up for Anti-vaxxers – Iodine appeared first on BeMedwise.

  • Proof of COVID Vaccination – Where, When, and How
    by Evan O’connor on November 5, 2021 at 4:38 pm

    On October 25th the White House issued a proclamation that will lift flight restrictions from certain countries and on November 8th replace it with a requirement that all non-resident passengers travelling to the United States present proof of vaccination before boarding the aircraft. Although children and adolescents less than 18 years old are exempt, they The post Proof of COVID Vaccination – Where, When, and How appeared first on BeMedwise.

  • COVID in Children Is Not Insignificant
    by Charlie on October 17, 2021 at 8:52 am

    Updated November 3, 2021 COVID-19 is not rare in children and adolescents. At time of update, it has infected more than 8.4% (6,396,278) of the young people in the United States. Since even those with mild or asymptomatic disease can spread COVID to others, they are a source of infection for unprotected and vulnerable individuals. The post COVID in Children Is Not Insignificant appeared first on BeMedwise.

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