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Feb 24 | Jeff Lagasse
The vaccine, which is 66% effective overall in preventing illness, will be distributed in smaller numbers than previously…
Similar to the COVID-19 vaccine, Medicare will cover these infusions for the duration of the public health emergency.
Feb 23 | Mallory Hackett
Similar to the COVID-19 vaccine, Medicare will cover these infusions for the duration of the public health emergency.
This is our continuing coverage of the steps being taken to get every American inoculated against the coronavirus.
Feb 17 |
This is our continuing coverage of the steps being taken to get every American inoculated against the coronavirus.
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Feb 04 | Susan Morse
Following authorization, Johnson & Johnson says it expects to supply 100 million doses to the U.S. in the first half of 2021.
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Feb 02 | Jeff Lagasse
Budgets continue to be impacted by the increased use of high-cost drugs and critical care drugs for coronavirus…
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Jan 27 | Susan Morse
The death toll from the pandemic is projected to climb to 500,000 by the end of February.
Essential workers have the highest rates of adverse mental health outcomes compared to all other employment groups surveyed by the CDC.
Jan 26 | Mallory Hackett
Essential workers have the highest rates of adverse mental health outcomes compared to all other…
Person at table with many prescription pill bottles
Jan 15 | Jeff Lagasse
There was also a difference in patient survival. The 28-day death rate was almost 3% lower in the combination…
An arm with an IV and a sensor
Jan 14 | Jeff Lagasse
HHS said greater understanding of the uses and potential benefits of these treatments is needed among…
An arm with a wrist monitor
Jan 13 | Jeff Lagasse
The rule is meant to ease undue burden for innovators and speed access to potentially lifesaving technologies.

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