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    But members of Congress, the military, and the public have questioned whether the military's exemption reviews have been fair, the outlet said, adding that multiple lawsuits have been filed against the mandate, mainly in regard to how few service members have been granted religious exemptions. Lt. Col. Brian Maguire — an Air Force Academy spokesman — said a week ago all four cadets met with the academy’s superintendent, were told about potential consequences, and had time before graduation to change their minds, the AP reported. The military academies for years often have required students to repay tuition costs if they leave during their junior or senior years, the outlet said, adding that many such cases involve students with disciplinary issues or similar problems — and the cost can be as much as $200,000 or more.
    In this article NVAXA health worker prepares a dose of the Novavax vaccine as the Dutch Health Service Organization starts with the Novavax vaccination program on March 21, 2022 in The Hague, Netherlands.Patrick Van Katwijk | Getty ImagesNovavax is confident its Covid-19 vaccine will receive the endorsement of the Food and Drug Administration's advisory committee early this summer, executives said this week. The FDA committee is scheduled to meet on June 7 to review Novavax's submission. An endorsement from the committee, which is made up of independent experts, would mean the drug regulator is almost certain to quickly authorize the two-dose vaccine for use in the U.S. CEO Stanley Erck said this week that Novavax's manufacturing partner in India, Serum Institute of India, has successfully completed an FDA inspection. Erck told analysts during the company's first-quarter earnings call that he fully expects the committee will authorize the vaccine for adults. Chief Commercial Officer John Trizzino, in an interview with Bank of America, said all signs point toward a positive recommendation from the committee next month. "We're fully expecting based upon...
    (Los Angeles) The NFL has partnered with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to run the Covid 19 Vaccine Clinic during the Super Bowl experience. Released January 25th The NFL announced on Tuesday that the clinic will be located at the Los Angeles Convention Center and that appointments will be encouraged. Fans who receive a dose of the vaccine at the clinic will receive a free ticket to the Super Bowl experience. Tickets are redeemed on the day of the vaccination or after the interactive football theme park is operational. Fans aged five and over are eligible. “Our partnership with the NFL allows people to come together safely and enjoy the best experience of American football,” said Dr. Barbara Ferrer, director of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Simple public health practices, including vaccinations, tests, mask wearing and hand hygiene, allow many to benefit from this experience. ⁇ The Super Bowl experience will take place from February 5-6 and February 10-12. The NFL has partnered with Medea...
    MARIN COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- Police in Marin County are investigating serious threats made against two businesses, which routinely ask for proof of vaccination from its customers.The businesses were threatened with arson if the COVID-19 restrictions are not eased.David Wilson was unlocking the door of Papermill Creek Saloon in Forest Knolls. The longtime family-owned bar has been closed since last Friday, when a man wearing a ski mask walked in.RELATED: Jack London Square Christmas tree intentionally set on fire ahead of tree lighting, official saysThe person opened the door and stepped in and through the note down," said Wilson.The handwritten note said, "If the vaccine passport isn't removed by this time next week, this place will burn.""A couple of people ran to chase him down but he was young, moving quickly," said Wilson.The unidentified man got away. The sheriff's department was called.Wilson says his bar requires customers show proof of vaccination to keep everyone safe.VIDEO: Los Gatos mayor and family targeted by anti-vaccine, anti-LGBTQ groupEMBED More News Videos A vocal anti-vaccine and anti-LGBTQ group is taking aim at the mayor...
    Australians who are waiting to receive an organ transplant will reportedly be denied their procedures until they have received at least two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, even if the procedure is lifesaving in nature. The Queensland Kidney Transplant Service endorsed a minimum COVID-19 vaccine requirement of at least two doses of the vaccine for patients seeking a kidney, lung, or heart transplant procedure, the Courier-Mail reported . Some organ transplant patients told the outlet they were hesitant to get the vaccine prior to their procedure for fear of side effects that may affect their health. OREGON GOVERNOR CAUGHT PARTYING WITHOUT MASK AS STATE PUSHES PERMANENT MASK MANDATE Under the new mandate, patients will be moved to an "on hold" status until they receive the necessary doses of the vaccine. The decision to mandate the vaccine was supported by clinicians, consumers, and Indigenous representatives during a Statewide Renal Network clinical forum. The policy will be reviewed in February 2022, according to the Courier-Mail. “A recipient is highly immunosuppressed post-transplant, which is why it’s incredibly...
    The White House announced Wednesday that roughly 900,000 children between the ages of 5-11 will receive their first COVID-19 shot in the initial week that the age group becomes eligible for the vaccine. The shots were cleared for the 5-11 age group by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) panel of vaccine experts on Nov. 2 and doses were sent out soon afterwards, according to The Associated Press. The Biden administration believes over 900,000 doses for children will be given out by the end of Wednesday, the AP added. Around 700,000 more appointments have already been scheduled, according to the White House. The 5-11 aged vaccine approval means that around 28 million children can receive the Pfizer vaccine, officials previously noted. The Pfizer vaccine for children is one third of the dose given to adults and teenagers, the AP reported. MCLEAN, VIRGINIA – NOVEMBER 08: U.S. First Lady Dr. Jill Biden gives stickers to children who were just vaccinated in an observation room of a pediatric COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Franklin Sherman Elementary School on November 08,...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Following the FDA’s authorization of Pfizer vaccines for children as young as 5 years old, the Anne Arundel County Health Department on Friday said it will prioritize appointments for children age 5 to 11 starting on the week of Nov. 8. This policy will temporarily reduce the number of slots for adults to receive their booster shots, officials said. READ MORE: Baltimore County Police Department Asks Citizens To Apply For Spots On Trial BoardCounty health officials are advising adult residents to schedule their booster shot appointments for the week of Nov. 1 or to visit their local pharmacy or health care provider to receive another dose. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Flood Warning In Effect Until 10:30 P.M.“Vaccines against COVID-19 are free, safe and effective,” the agency said. “They significantly decrease the risk of severe disease and death.” MORE NEWS: Baltimore County Police Make Arrest In Murder Of Morgan State Student 
    United States Postal Service (USPS) employees will be exempt from the Biden administration’s new COVID-19 vaccination policy, The Washington Post reported Thursday. The independent agency, which employed nearly 500,000 people in 2020, will not be required to comply with President Joe Biden’s new executive order tightening vaccine requirements, according to the Post. The order had not been issued at the time of Biden’s address. The exemption would contradict Biden’s comments at a press conference, where he said that he would “require all federal employees to be vaccinated.” “If you want to work with the federal government, get vaccinated,” the president said. NEWS: White House official tells me USPS workers are NOT included in President Biden’s vaccine requirement, but “we strongly encourage them to comply with these standards.” That’s a massive chunk of the federal workforce — 644k & growing — that’s not required to be vaccinated. https://t.co/oWwMHqqIqj — Jacob Bogage (@jacobbogage) September 9, 2021 The White House “strongly encourage[s USPS employees] to comply with” the new vaccine requirements, an official reportedly said. A USPS spokesperson did not immediately respond...
    Duke University tells staff they will be sacked if they are not vaccinated by October 1 unless they have valid exemption. Leaders at the university in Durham, North Carolina, said staff can apply for a medical or religious exemption, but would not be rehired in the future if they didn't vaccinate.     Employees have until 10am to receive and show documentation of vaccination, according to Wral, but university officials have said that 91 percent of employees have completed the requirement so far.   Duke University tells staff they will be sacked if they are not vaccinated by October 1 unless they have valid exemption Employees will still have to do daily symptom monitoring and weekly testing, as well as continuing to wear a mask.  Those who have not shown they are fully vaccinated by the deadline will be placed on administrative leave until they get the jab.  They will then have one week to either receive the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine or the first dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    US President Joe Biden reported that he and his wife Jill will receive a booster vaccine against the coronavirus, when it becomes available to all American adults in September. “We are going to receive the booster doses,” Biden told US media in an interview broadcast on Thursday. “It’s about time,” added the president, emphasizing that he and the first lady had received the first dose at the beginning of the year. Noting that the effectiveness of immunization decreases “over time” and in the face of the threat of the delta variant, the Biden government announced Thursday that all people vaccinated against the coronavirus with doses of Pfizer and Moderna in the United States will be able to receive a third doses eight months later. The boosters will be available starting the week of September 20, those vaccinated will be able to access the third dose eight months after receiving the second injection, indicated a joint statement from senior health officials. Older people and health workers will be prioritized. “It is the best way to protect ourselves from the new variants...
    President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he and First Lady Jill Biden plan on receiving COVID-19 vaccine booster shots when available in September. At 78 years old, Biden was eligible for the vaccine as early as December 2020, and received his first shot on December 21, he told Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos. The third doses will be rolled out starting September 20, and any American who received either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine is eligible for the third shot eight months after receiving the second. Because Biden received his final dose on on January 11, he will be eligible for a booster when they become available. Health experts believe booster shots are necessary due to the waning immunity of the vaccines and the ability for the Indian 'Delta' variant to cause breakthrough cases.  President Joe Biden (pictured) said during an interview with Good Morning America on Thursday that he and his wife, Jill, plan to receive vaccine boosters when they become available in September Third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine will be available on September...
    President Joe Biden’s administration will require staff of nursing homes to receive the coronavirus vaccine in order for such facilities to receive federal money for Medicare and Medicaid. The Associated Press reports: Biden will announce the move Wednesday afternoon in a White House address as the administration continues to look for ways to use mandates to encourage vaccine holdouts to get shots. A senior administration official confirmed the announcement on condition of anonymity to preview the news before Biden’s remarks. […] Hundreds of thousands of nursing home workers are not vaccinated, according to federal data, despite those facilities bearing the brunt of the early COVID-19 outbreak and their workers being among the first in the country to be eligible for shots. The mandate will likely take effect as soon as next month, the AP said. The report comes after Biden announced millions of federal workers must receive a vaccine or undergo regular testing by the government for the illness. “The pandemic we have now is a pandemic of the unvaccinated,” Biden stated during a recent visit to Pennsylvania, urging unvaccinated Americans to...
    A man gets a COVID-19 vaccine at a mass vaccination site at the Natick Mall on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021, in Natick, Mass. U.S. experts are expected to recommend COVID-19 vaccine boosters for all Americans, regardless of age, eight months after they received their second dose of the shot, to ensure lasting protection against the coronavirus as the delta variant spreads across the country. An announcement was expected as soon as this week, with doses beginning to be administered widely once the Food and Drug Administration formally approves the vaccines. Matt Stone/The Boston Herald via AP, Pool Boosters may be offered as early as mid- to late-September, Biden administration officials told The New York Times. Nursing home residents and health care workers will likely receive the first boosters. More than 198 million Americans have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Boston Children’s Museum and Museum of Science both announced Thursday that they will be requiring all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The two museums join a long list of establishments across the city and state that are now requiring employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine. READ MORE: Statewide Mask Mandate For Schools Not Necessary, Baker Says In a press release, the Museum of Science says all employees and voluntters must receive their first vaccination shot by September 13. In a statement, the Children’s Museum says, “In response to the evolution of the Delta variant current and future Covid variants that have the potential to compromise the health of our staff and visitors, Boston Children’s Museum will take the proactive step to require all employees to be vaccinated as a condition of employment.” READ MORE: Brandon Sicard Arrested In Connection With Shooting On Newbury Street The Children’s Museum did not provide a definitive date as to when employees will need their first shot by. Employees at each museum who receive medical and religious exemptions for the vaccine...
    Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s (D) gubernatorial campaign notified staff members Monday that they will be required to receive a coronavirus vaccine to keep their jobs. “In the interest of public health and the safety and wellbeing of our team, Terry for Virginia has made the decision to require full vaccination against COVID-19 as a condition of employment with the campaign,” the McAuliffe campaign said in a statement. President Joe Biden stands with Virginia democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe during a campaign event McAuliffe at Lubber Run Park, Friday, July 23, 2021, in Arlington, Va. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) “The only way we’re going to truly end this pandemic and keep our economy strong is by getting every eligible Virginian vaccinated as quickly as possible,” the statement added. “The health, safety and wellbeing of our staff, supporters, and volunteers is our top priority, and this is another important step to protect our community and get through this pandemic.” We are not going to be safe until everyone has a vaccine. And thats what our goal should be. Our government must lead on...
    The Pentagon will require members of the U.S. military to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by Sept. 15, according to a memo obtained by The Associated Press. That deadline could be delayed if the vaccine receives final FDA approval or if infection rates continue to rise. “I will seek the president’s approval for vaccines to be mandatory no later than mid-September, or immediately after the Food and Drug Administration licenses” whichever comes first, “says Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin in the memorandum to troops, advising them to prepare for the requirement. “I will not hesitate to act sooner or recommend a different course to the president if I feel the need to.” The memo is expected to be released on Monday. Austin’s decision comes just over a week after President Joe Biden told defense officials to develop a plan that requires troops to receive vaccines as part of a broader campaign to increase vaccines in the force. federal labor. It reflects similar decisions by governments and companies around the world, as nations grapple with the highly contagious delta variant that has caused...
    A San Francisco, California, union representing local sheriffs' deputies is warning that officers will quit or retire if they are forced to receive the coronavirus vaccine. "The problem we are faced with now is the strict San Francisco Mandate which is vaccinate or be terminated," the San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs’ Association (SFSO) wrote in a Facebook post Friday. "If deputy sheriffs are forced to vaccinate a percentage of them will retire early or seek employment elsewhere." STUDENTS ASK SUPREME COURT TO BLOCK INDIANA COLLEGE'S COVID VACCINE MANDATE The post stated the majority of officers are vaccinated, but that the union believes that continuing to wear face masks should be sufficient for those who are not. "Approximately 160 out 700 Deputy Sheriffs [that] are not vaccinated prefer to mask and test weekly instead of being vaccinated due to religious and other beliefs," the post continues. "Currently, the staffing at the SFSO is at the lowest it has ever been due to the past 9-month applicant testing restriction placed on the Sheriff's Office by the Mayor." The union added that the city...
    PATERSON, New Jersey (WABC) -- School officials in New Jersey are announcing a new vaccination initiative to encourage students to get a COVID vaccine before the upcoming school year.Paterson Superintendent Eileen Shafer announced the plan on Tuesday, and there is an incentive -- parents and kids participating in the program will each get $10 vouchers for McDonalds.The program will provide transportation to St. Joseph's Health's vaccination clinic, or the Health Department."We want to encourage parents of students 12-years-old and older to get vaccinated against COVID-19 by making it easier for students be immunized," said Shafer.Paterson has a 77 vaccination rate among adults. This number includes people 18 and over who could get the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson shots. Out of the 13,000 school kids eligible for the vaccine, only 100 have been immunized."It is critical that we encourage vaccination among as many residents as possible, especially prior to the start of the impending school year," said Mayor Andre Sayegh. "We are grateful for the unwavering leadership of the Board of Education, City Health Department, St. Joseph's Health, and local...
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    Few people who receive coronavirus vaccines will develop skin reactions as a side effect, a new study finds. Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston looked at Americans who received either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 shots.  They found that only about two percent of people developed a rash, itching or another minor condition after their first dose also known as 'Covid arm.' The team noted that the conditions that appeared were all relatively minor, and should not be a deterrent to people getting vaccinated when it is available to them, and previous data shows that many of these conditions are harmless to people    Of 40,640 vaccinated staff members at Massachusetts General Hospital, 765 reported the development of a skin condition after receiving their first vaccine dose. Of that group, 101 reported another reaction after the second shot as well Around two percent of people who receive an mRNA vaccine, either the Pfizer or Moderna shots, will develop a skin condition like a rash or hives. The condition, nicknamed 'Covid arm' is harmless and will quickly pass The...