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Doctors raise concerns about COVID response
Covid-19 vaccines, testing, and treatments will no longer be free once the Public Health Emergency (PHE) expires on Jan. 11, even as the U.S. faces down a more infectious new subvariant XBB 1.5.
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News
Keep COVID off your holiday guest list
The holiday season is just around the corner. And, as we comb through our collections of treasured holiday ornaments, put Santa and his reindeer on the lawn, and plan elaborate feasts, health experts advise us to devise a strategy to keep our beloved friends and family safe from COVID-19 infection. This is especially important to protect elderly family members.
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Today’s dwindling patriotism
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Editorial
Today’s dwindling patriotism
In today’s battle for survival against Covid-19, self-centered citizens refuse to receive a cost free inoculation that will secure their fellow Americans from a horrible disease as well as save their own lives.
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Opinion
Don’t delay on approving COVID vaccines
Men’s Health Network and the National Black Men’s Health Network urge the FDA and the Biden administration to provide current COVID-19 vaccines full regulatory approval within the next 90 days.
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The pandemic isn’t over yet! Here’s how to stay healthy and informed
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The pandemic isn’t over yet! Here’s how to stay healthy and informed
The pandemic isn’t over yet. Now more than ever, it’s important to stay informed, stay in touch with your doctor and other health care providers and take good care of yourself and your loved ones. Here are three things you can do to stay both healthy and informed as you navigate this new phase.
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Coalition looks to raise vaccination rates
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Coalition looks to raise vaccination rates
In Boston, 65% of African Americans and 70% of Latinos have not been vaccinated.
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