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Third dose of Covid jab to be trialled in UK

The full list of sites is: Southampton, London (University College Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and Northwick Park Harrow), Leicester, Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Wrexham, Bradford, Oxford, Glasgow, Leeds, Cambridge, Birmingham, Brighton, Stockport, Liverpool and Exeter. BBC News – Health

COVID’s third wave is younger and sicker. Here’s everything we know about why

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canada It used to take, on average, 10 to 14 days after symptoms started to reach the point of ICU admission. Now, it’s happening in five to seven Author of the article: Sharon Kirkey Publishing date: Apr 30, 2021  •  3 days ago  •  9 minute read  •  506 Comments Alex… Read More »

Scientist who helped develop Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine agrees third shot is needed as immunity wanes

The chief medical officer of BioNTech told CNBC on Wednesday that people will likely need a third shot of its two-dose Covid-19 vaccine as immunity against the virus wanes, agreeing with previous comments made by Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla. Dr. Ozlem Tureci, co-founder and CMO of BioNTech, which developed a Covid vaccine with Pfizer, said… Read More »

Coronavirus deaths exceed 1,000 for third straight day

The number of new coronavirus deaths reported Thursday reached 1,039, marking the third consecutive day that new daily deaths due to COVID-19 surpassed 1,000. New COVID-19 deaths were reported in all 50 states, and some reported their all-time high daily increases in fatalities. Oregon’s state health department recorded nine new coronavirus deaths Friday, the state’s… Read More »

New study shows that one third of Irish people exercise every day

Independent research experts iReach have released findings from a survey they carried out prior to the COVID-19 restrictions in Ireland. The survey, which was carried out on behalf of leading protection specialist Royal London, asked over 1,000 adults nationwide if they exercised regularly and if so, how often. 33% of respondents said they did in… Read More »