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Coronavirus Side Effects

Coronavirus vaccines continue to help alleviate Long COVID symptoms

March 15th, 2021

A few weeks ago, a report claimed that doctors treating patients who suffer from Long COVID symptoms have started to observe a good coronavirus vaccine side effect. COVID-19 survivors who have been battling symptoms for weeks and months after defeating the virus have started feeling better after receiving their shots. Up to 30% of long haulers, …

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Coronavirus vaccine booster shots will be needed for years to come

March 15th, 2021

Nearly 360 million coronavirus vaccine doses had been administered as of Monday morning, with nearly 220 million people having received at least one jab so far. Vaccination campaigns have been ramping up in recent weeks, and vaccine supply should increase steadily in the coming months. That’s still not enough to beat the pandemic, as the …

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Facebook wants to help you figure out where to get a COVID-19 vaccine

March 15th, 2021

President Joe Biden announced last week that every American adult will be eligible for a coronavirus vaccine by May 1st. The Biden administration wants America to be “getting closer to normal” by the Fourth of July, and with around six million vaccine doses having been administered last weekend alone, that seems like it could be …

Coronavirus Immunity

Findings of new study could be game-changing for coronavirus vaccines

March 11th, 2021

Nearly 329 million coronavirus vaccine doses have been administered so far. The vast majority of them have been used since mid-December, when several vaccine candidates were authorized for emergency use in the US, Canada, the European Union, Israel, and various other countries. But that’s still not enough to beat the pandemic. Billions of people will …

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Facebook finally bans vaccine misinformation on its platforms

February 9th, 2021

Facebook announced on Monday that it would ban vaccine misinformation from its platforms, after years of allowing false vaccine-related claims to spread on social media. The move targets coronavirus vaccine-related claims and could help spread genuine information about the ongoing COVID-19 vaccination campaigns. Facebook will also ban general vaccine-related claims that are untrue, such as …