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According to Defense Department data, 3,717 Marines, 1,816 soldiers and 2,064 sailors have been discharged for refusing to get vaccinated.
The mandate, which was imposed in August 2021, requires all U.S. service members to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Pfizer said it has the capacity to ship up to 6 million pediatric doses in the first seven calendar days following the receipt of authorization, without any impact to distribution output of the
Both health care systems, as well as most pharmacies and the DECC, have the new booster available by appointment.
The new Pfizer booster, which has a combination of the original COVID strain and the omicron variant, is authorized for use as a single booster dose in individuals age 12 and older.
From the column: "(The CDC) doubled-down on bad data, bad guidance, and bad decisions ... even in the presence of voluminous contradictory research."

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The pop-up clinic will be held 12-4 p.m. Aug. 18 at St. Luke's Denfeld Medical Clinic in Duluth for people age 18 and older who have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine.
Since Paxlovid became available seven months ago, it has eclipsed other available therapies created to forestall life-threatening COVID symptoms in high-risk patients. Some doctors are quick to
Cases in the United States are up more than 25% in the last month, according to CDC data, as the rapidly spreading BA.5 subvariant has taken hold.

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