Denmark first country to halt its Covid vaccination program – Reuters News in France and abroad

Denmark first country to halt its Covid vaccination program

A researcher works on a vaccine against the novel coronavirus COVID-19 at the University of Copenhagen’s research laboratory in Copenhagen, Denmark, March 23, 2020. Thibaut Savary | AFP | Getty Images Denmark has become the first country to halt its Covid vaccination program, saying it is doing so because the virus is now under control. … Read more

Mistero Djokovic: “Sono senza energie. Ma non è Covid”

Mistero Djokovic Sono senza energie Ma non e Covid

Il fuoriclasse serbo spiega la sconfitta nel torneo di Belgrado: “In campo ho brutte sensazioni. Però l’obiettivo resta il Roland Garros” Piegato sulle ginocchia, esausto, stremato. Non è il Novak Djokovic che abbiamo imparato a conoscere negli ultimi 10 anni. Lui che della resistenza, dell’elasticità e della reattività ha fatto il suo marchio di fabbrica, … Read more

Opinion | Why We Can’t Get Our Story of Covid Straight

Opinion Why We Cant Get Our Story of Covid

It’s possible that we’re so eager to forget the trauma of the past two years that the cultural works of our time will redact it from our collective memory. Indeed, several television shows produced during the pandemic have simply ignored it — HBO Max’s “And Just Like That” and NBC’s “Mr. Mayor,” for example — … Read more

Novavax says vaccine targeting Covid and flu shows promising results in early data – Reuters News in France and abroad

Novavax says vaccine targeting Covid and flu shows promising results

Novavax said on Wednesday that its vaccine targeting both Covid-19 and influenza triggered a similar immune response to its standalone shots against each virus, in an early indication that a combination vaccine targeting the two viruses could prove effective well. that further study is needed. Chief Medical Officer Filip Dubovsky, on a call with reporters, … Read more

Wearables can track COVID signs, other diseases

Journal Reference: Caleb Mayer, Jonathan Tyler, Yu Fang, Christopher Flora, Elena Frank, Muneesh Tewari, Sung Won Choi, Srijan Sen, Daniel B. Forger. Consumer-grade wearables identify changes in multiple physiological systems during COVID-19 disease progression. Cell Reports Medicine, 2022; 3 (4): 100601 DOI: 10.1016/j.xcrm.2022.100601 That’s according to a University of Michigan study that examined the effects … Read more

Covid a Shanghai, Tesla riapre la fabbrica a “circolo chiuso”

Covid a Shanghai Tesla riapre la fabbrica a circolo chiuso

L’azienda americana ha richiamato i lavoratori, allestito spazi a dormitori, pianificato test quotidiani, spiega Bloomberg che ha visionato un documento interno 18 aprile 2022 (modifica il 18 aprile 2022 | 15:30) – Milano La fabbrica Tesla di Shanghai ha riaperto i battenti lunedì 18 aprile dopo una settimana di stop.  Il lockdown nella città da … Read more

The link between transit use and early COVID cases

Journal Reference: Michael M. Thomas, Neda Mohammadi, John E. Taylor. Investigating the association between mass transit adoption and COVID-19 infections in US metropolitan areas. Science of The Total Environment, 2022; 811: 152284 DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.152284 Using data from the Federal Highway Administration’s National Household Travel Survey, the team looked at the nation’s 52 largest metropolitan areas … Read more

Your mental health may impact your chances of breakthrough COVID

Journal Reference: Kristen Nishimi, Thomas C. Neylan, Daniel Bertenthal, Karen H. Seal, Aoife O’Donovan. Association of Psychiatric Disorders With Incidence of SARS-CoV-2 Breakthrough Infection Among Vaccinated Adults. JAMA Network Open, 2022; 5 (4): e227287 DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.7287 The researchers from UCSF and the San Francisco VA Health Care System found that patients over 65 with substance … Read more

Adolescent drug overdose deaths rose exponentially for the first time in history during the COVID pandemic

Journal Reference: Joseph Friedman, Morgan Godvin, Chelsea L. Shover, Joseph P. Gone, Helena Hansen, David L. Schriger. Trends in Drug Overdose Deaths Among US Adolescents, January 2010 to June 2021. JAMA, 2022; 327 (14): 1398 DOI: 10.1001/jama.2022.2847 This is the first time in recorded history that the teen drug death rate has seen an exponential … Read more

Nanotechnology analysis: Sooner, cheaper COVID tests

Journal Reference: Yanjun Yang, Jackelyn Murray, James Haverstick, Ralph A. Tripp, Yiping Zhao. Silver nanotriangle array based LSPR sensor for rapid coronavirus detection. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2022; 359: 131604 DOI: 10.1016/j.snb.2022.131604 In March 2022, the group filed a patent application and published its first paper on rapid detection of COVID-19, using a localized … Read more