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In Tennessee, the patients first in line for the monoclonal antibody Covid-19 treatment are likely to be the ones who landed in the emergency room because they did not get vaccinated. Extraordinary demand coupled with the federal government’s need to cap shipments of these scarce drugs has forced Tennessee health officials to recommend limiting the treatment to unvaccinated patients with the worst cases of Covid-19. Tennessee, which is following the guidance of the National Institutes of Health, appears to be the first state to recommend limiting monoclonal antibody treatment to Covid-19 patients who are unvaccinated or vaccinated but immunocompromised. And all but Florida have below average Covid-19 vaccination rates. DeSantis, in particular, has touted expensive monoclonal antibody treatments (about $2,100 a dose) but has refused to mandate the far-cheaper vaccines (between $10 and $20 a dose) or proven safety measures like wearing masks.
Persons: , Sadiya Khan, Lisa Piercey, ” Piercey, , Piercey, Dr, Karen Bloch, Daniel Skovronsky, Eli Lilly, Biden, Jen Psaki, Ron DeSantis, Tate Reeves, Greg Abbott Organizations: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Tennessean, National Institutes of Health, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Republicans, Mayo Clinic, Company Locations: Tennessee, : Alabama, Florida , Texas , Mississippi , Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana, Florida, COVID, Florida , Mississippi, Texas
Dozens of rare penguins have been killed by a swarm of bees in South Africa, in what conservation experts have described as a freak accident. More than 60 African penguins were found dead on Boulders Beach near Cape Town, many with bee stings around their eyes, an occurrence researchers said was unprecedented. The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds said in a statement that it suspects a bees' nest was disturbed in the area. There are 10,300 breeding pairs of African penguins left in South Africa and the foundation says some 40,000 breeding pairs have been lost in the last 20 years. The foundation is calling for the restriction of fishing around important African penguin breeding colonies.
Persons: postmortems, Dr, David Roberts, Ludynia Organizations: Southern African Foundation for, Conservation, NBC Locations: South Africa, Cape Town
Johnson & Johnson said Tuesday a second shot of its Covid-19 vaccine given about two months after the first increased its effectiveness to 94 percent in the United States against moderate to severe forms of the disease. Download the NBC News app for breaking news and politicsThe company has now "generated evidence that a booster shot further increases protection against Covid-19," Dr. Paul Stoffels, J&J’s chief scientific officer, said in a statement Tuesday morning. People line up for Johnson & Johnson vaccines at the Broadway Junction subway station in Brooklyn, N.Y., in May. Vaccine effectiveness in the real world study varied by age. For those under age 60, the vaccine was 86 percent effective at preventing hospitalization versus 78 percent for those 60 and older.
Persons: Johnson, Joe Biden, Dr, Paul Stoffels, J, Spencer Platt Organizations: NBC, Covid, Pfizer Inc, Biden, Johnson, Broadway, Getty, Pfizer, FDA, World Health Organization Locations: United States, Brooklyn, N.Y, Covid
As Texas’ abortion ban was set to take effect Sept. 1, the state’s largest antiabortion group implored residents to bring lawsuits against violators of the law. Since then, Texas abortion opponents have charted a more cautious course. Antiabortion activists haven’t sued the physician who last weekend said publicly that he was defying the Republican-led Texas Heartbeat Act, also known as SB 8, saying they have little incentive to make a test case out of his actions. The doctor, Alan Braid, practices in San Antonio and said he performed an abortion this month that exceeded the new restrictions.
Persons: haven’t, Alan Braid Organizations: Texas, Republican Locations: Texas, San Antonio
A COVID-19 booster shot that may protect against multiple variants is being tested in humans. A COVID-19 booster vaccine that could protect against multiple virus variants at once is being tested in humans for the first time. COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna use mRNA, which teaches our body how to make a protein that triggers an immune response, but it cannot self-replicate. Professor Ian Bruce, chair at the Manchester COVID-19 Research Rapid Response Group, said in a statement that future studies will examine GRT-R910's efficacy in other-vulnerable populations. On Friday, the Food and Drug Administration recommended an extra dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for fully vaccinated Americans aged 65 and older, and for younger people at risk of severe illness.
Persons: Gritstone, Andrew Allen, Andrew Ustianowski, Andrew Clarke, Helen Clarke, Ian Bruce Organizations: Service, Pfizer, Moderna, US National Institute of Health, University of Manchester, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester COVID, Rapid, Food and Drug Administration
And, when a booster of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is given, the strength of protection against COVID-19 further increases." "The Johnson & Johnson single-shot COVID-19 vaccine showed vaccine effectiveness against COVID-19-related hospitalizations at 86% for participants younger than 60 years, and 78% for those 60 years and older," the company said. Barouch, who has worked with Janssen to test the vaccine but who was not directly involved in the three studies, said people who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should be reassured by the data. Johnson & Johnson has said it will submit all of this data to the FDA for potential consideration for adding a booster dose, and perhaps for consideration to authorize a two-dose regimen. It circulated widely in South Africa but has been outcompeted in the US by Delta, which does not appear to escape immune protection as well.
Persons: Johnson, J's Janssen, Janssen, Mathai, Johnson COVID, Dan Barouch, Beth Israel Deaconess, Barouch, J's, that's, Dr, Sanjay Gupta Organizations: CNN, Johnson, COVID, Janssen Research & Development, US Food and Drug Administration, US Centers for Disease Control, for Virology, Vaccine Research, Moderna, Pfizer, FDA, Get CNN, CNN Health, Delta Locations: United States, Moderna's, South Africa
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/File Photo/File PhotoCHICAGO, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) said Tuesday a second shot of its COVID-19 vaccine given about two months after the first increased its effectiveness to 94% in the United States against moderate to severe forms of the disease. The data will help J&J make its case to U.S. regulators for a booster shot even as the company stresses the durability of its single-shot vaccine as a tool to ease the global pandemic. The company has now "generated evidence that a booster shot further increases protection against COVID-19," Dr. Paul Stoffels, J&J’s chief scientific officer, said in a statement. Vaccine effectiveness in the real world study varied by age. For those under age 60, the vaccine was 86% effective at preventing hospitalization versus 78% for those 60 and older.
Persons: Johnson, Dado, Joe Biden, Dr, Paul Stoffels, J, Julie Steenhuysen, Edwina Gibbs Organizations: REUTERS, Johnson, COVID, Pfizer Inc, Biden, Pfizer, FDA, World Health Organization, Thomson Locations: United States, COVID
Apple is researching whether data from its iPhone could help detect depression, the WSJ reported. The UCLA researchers will use the iPhone's video camera, keyboard, and audio sensors, as well as the Apple Watch, to collect data, The Journal reported. The Biogen study is set to last two years and follow about 20,000 people, The Journal reported. Apple, UCLA and Duke did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment, and representatives from Apple, and UCLA declined to comment to The Journal. Apple's algorithms wouldn't send data to Apple servers, The Journal reported, citing the documents.
Persons: Apple, Duke Organizations: Apple, Service, Wall Street, University of California, UCLA, Apple Watch, Duke University Locations: Los Angeles
Walmart, the nation's largest employer, is joining with telemedicine firm Grand Rounds and Doctor on Demand to launch a targeted program to tackle health disparities among African American workers. The new program will integrate outreach and resources to address issues like Black maternal fetal health, access to primary care and behavioral health. It is building on a similar inclusive health program launched in 2020 to address the needs of LGBTQ workers, which the companies say has resulted in increased engagement. Grand Rounds and Doctor on Demand believes its diverse pool of doctors can help bridge the divide for workers of color who may distrust the health system. "Our physician practice is almost 50% Black, indigenous or people of color; 21% of our doctors are black, 20% of our doctors are also LGBTQ," Dr. Tong notes.
Persons: Lisa Woods, Owen Tripp, Ian Tong, telemedicine, Teladoc, Dr, Tong Organizations: Walmart, American, Target, State, Community Innovation Coalition, Care
Economic Policy Institute said the expiration of unemployment benefits will impact over 10 million workers. Those figures come from an annualized analysis of research that looked at the economic impact of cutting off benefits early. Throughout the summer, 26 states — 25 of which are GOP-led — opted out of federal benefits early. They found that that the loss of UI benefits at the state level resulted in recipients of UI spending about $145 less per week. They cite Census Bureau data that found that workers of color were more likely to receive UI benefits than their white counterparts.
Persons: Biden, haven't, , PUA, Insider's Madison Hoff, Dr, William Spriggs, EPI, Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez Organizations: Institute, Service, Bloomberg, Policy Institute, GOP, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Harvard University, Columbia University, University of Toronto, Census Bureau, Howard University, AFL Locations: Alexandria
World Health Organization officials repeated their protests Tuesday against Covid-19 booster shots for the general public, even as the U.S. readies this week to authorize their distribution across a wide swath of America. The WHO strongly opposes the widespread rollout of booster shots, asking that wealthier nations instead give extra doses to countries with minimal vaccination rates. The U.S. has already administered nearly 2 million boosters nationwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and an advisory panel to the Food and Drug Administration unanimously recommended boosters on Friday for anyone 65 and older. Ryan reiterated the WHO's support for third doses administered to the elderly, medically vulnerable people and anyone needing an immune system boost after a full Covid vaccine regimen. He reiterated the organization's calls for a moratorium on booster doses through the end of the year to give nation's enough time to immunize at least 40% of its population against Covid.
Persons: Dr, Mike Ryan, Ryan Organizations: Health Organization, Covid, WHO, Centers for Disease Control, Food and Drug Administration Locations: America, U.S
The Biden administration plans to nominate John Nkengasong, a virologist and director of the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to lead the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, according to several sources familiar with the matter. PEPFAR is a $7 billion operation that funds and sets goals for AIDS care in many nations, most of them in Africa. Dr. Nkengasong, who was born in Cameroon, is the first person of African origin to head the program, which is housed in the Department of State. “It shows a commitment to truly listening to and learning from the people PEPFAR is meant to serve.”Dr. Nkengasong could not immediately be reached for comment. The AIDS program was last led by Dr. Deborah Birx, who left in February 2020 to join the White House coronavirus task force.
Persons: John Nkengasong, Biden, Nkengasong, , Mitchell Warren, ” Dr, Dr, Deborah Birx Organizations: Biden, Africa Centers for Disease Control, AIDS, Department of State, U.S, White, H.I.V Locations: PEPFAR, Africa, Cameroon
Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC he anticipates the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may soon offer greater clarity on who will be eligible for Covid booster doses. Gottlieb, a Pfizer board member, elaborated on the FDA and CDC's booster approval process during an interview Tuesday on "The News with Shepard Smith." "They provide granular guidance to physicians and patients, and they interpret the recommendations that come out of the Food and Drug Administration," Gottlieb said of the CDC. "So for example, they might say that they might enumerate the kinds of severe conditions that would qualify someone for a booster." But the committee subsequently voted unanimously to approve boosters for the medically vulnerable and anyone 65 and over.
Persons: Scott Gottlieb, Gottlieb, Shepard Smith Organizations: Food and Drug, CNBC, for Disease Control, Pfizer, FDA, CDC, Food and Drug Administration
An Arkansas man sued a Texas abortion provider Monday in what is believed to be the first lawsuit filed since the state's restrictive abortion law was enacted. Braid, who provides abortion care in San Antonio, wrote in a Washington Post op-ed published Saturday that he violated the new law on the morning of Sept. 6. Stilley, who is representing himself, is seeking $100,000 or at least the $10,000 minimum that the Texas law requires be awarded for a successful suit. "Dr. Braid has courageously stood up against this blatantly unconstitutional law. 8 threatens to unleash against those providing or supporting access to constitutionally protected abortion care," Nancy Northup, the group's president and CEO, said in the statement.
Persons: Oscar Stilley, Alan Braid, Braid, Texas didn't, Stilley, Dr, Nancy Northup Organizations: Texas, Center for Reproductive Rights, Texans Locations: Arkansas, Texas, San Antonio, Washington
The agency, which often follows the committee’s advice but is not required to, is expected to decide early this week. The decision on Pfizer booster shots is just one of a series of key questions that the agency is expected to consider in coming weeks. Officials have said they expect to soon have data on whether boosters are needed for people who got the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. That includes people 65 and over who received the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. decides about boosters this week, Dr. Fauci predicted it will likely be revised as more data comes in.
Persons: Matthew Busch, Johnson, Moderna’s children’s, Anthony S, Biden, , ” “ They’re, Peter Marks, Fauci, ” Dr, Francis S, Collins, ” F.D.A, Organizations: Pfizer, The New York Times, Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control, Moderna, Johnson, Press, National Institutes of Health, ABC, New York Times, Locations: San Antonio , Texas, , United States
The Occupy Wall Street protest kicked off September 17, 2011, in lower Manhattan's Zuccotti Park. LOOKING BACK: Occupy Wall Street protesters had big goals. And I think that was the one big failure of Occupy Wall Street, despite the fact that we politicized a whole generation of people," said Kalle Lasn, one of the original organizers of Occupy Wall Street. Read more about Occupy Wall Street's legacy and what it was like for those who took over Zuccotti Park. Homendy also told The Wall Street Journal that she had concerns with the way Tesla tested its software on public roadways.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFDA VRBPAC member Dr. Ofer Levy on the decision to recommend booster shots for the 65+ age groupDr. Ofer Levy, Director of the Precision Vaccines Program at Boston Children's Hospital and a voting member of the FDA's VRBPAC Advisory Committee, joins Worldwide Exchange to discuss the committee's recommendation regarding booster shots.
Persons: Ofer Levy Organizations: FDA, Precision, Boston Children's Hospital, Worldwide Exchange
A vial labelled with the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine is seen in this illustration picture taken March 19, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/IllustrationSept 20 (Reuters) - U.S. regulators are expected to authorize a third booster shot of the Pfizer Inc (PFE.N)/BioNTech SE COVID-19 vaccine for older and some high-risk Americans early this week in time for the government to roll them out by Friday as hoped. On Friday, an FDA advisory committee voted to recommend emergency authorization of the additional Pfizer shots for Americans 65 and older and those at high risk of severe illness. The agency could revisit the booster shots for a broader authorization in the future. read moreSome countries, including Israel and Britain, have already begun COVID-19 booster campaigns.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Janet Woodcock, Norman Baylor, Baylor, Joe Biden's, Dr, Anthony Fauci, Johnson, Michael Erman, Stephen Coates Organizations: Pfizer, REUTERS, Pfizer Inc, Drug Administration, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, CDC, FDA, Biologics Consulting, FDA’s, Vaccines Research, Health, CNN, Moderna Inc, United, Thomson Locations: U.S, Israel, Britain, United States
Live Covid Live Updates: F.D.A. Ruling on Boosters Is Expected in Days The agency appears likely to authorize a third Pfizer dose for older Americans and those vulnerable to severe Covid-19. It’s preparing to address other big questions in coming weeks, including vaccines for children under 12. The agency, which often follows the committee’s advice but is not required to, is expected to decide early this week. The minister did not specify which vaccines India would supply to Covax, or how many doses.
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Live Covid Live Updates: Biden Administration to Lift Restrictions on Vaccinated International Travelers in November An F.D.A. The Biden administration will lift restrictions on fully vaccinated international travelers in November. Fully vaccinated travelers will also need to show proof of a negative test for the coronavirus within three days before coming to the United States, Mr. Zients said. Authorities will then follow up with the travelers after arrival to ask whether they are experiencing symptoms of the virus. The European Union and Britain both allowed fully vaccinated people from the United States to travel without quarantining and officials there were annoyed when the United States did not reciprocate.
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The UK's medicines regulatory agency got 27,199 reports of menstrual-cycle changes after COVID-19 shots. Dr. Jo Mountfield, vice president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, said in a statement on Thursday that any period changes after COVID-19 vaccines generally revert back to normal after one or two cycles. Providers gave 47.8 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to women during that time period, the MHRA said. Maybin said the immune response from COVID-19 vaccines may cause inflammation that temporarily affects the ovaries, altering hormone production over one or two cycles and leading to irregular or heavier menstrual bleeding. Dr. Victoria Male, a reproductive immunologist at Imperial College London, wrote in an opinion piece published in the British Medical Journal on Thursday that clinical trials should investigate COVID-19 vaccines' impact on periods.
Persons: GYN, Jo Mountfield, Mountfield, Jackie Maybin, Maybin, Victoria Organizations: Service, Royal College of Obstetricians, University of Edinburgh, Medicines, Healthcare, Agency, Human Medicines, Women's, Imperial College London, British Medical Locations: COVID
Live Covid Live Updates: Vaccine Uptake Among Young Children Looms as a Major Question The F.D.A. The Biden Administration plans to lift restrictions on vaccinated international travelers in November. Nearly 30,000 children were hospitalized for Covid in August; the least vaccinated states reported the highest rates. The Biden administration will lift restrictions on fully vaccinated international travelers in November. They will need to test negative for the coronavirus one day before traveling to the United States and show proof that they have bought a test to take after arriving in the United States, Mr. Zients said.
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Fauci urges Americans not to get booster shots until they are eligible. Speaking on NBC’s Meet the Press, Dr. Fauci said Mr. Biden “wasn’t getting ahead of the science,” noting that the president always said the plan was dependent on authorization by the F.D.A. “They’re not being left behind by any means.” As more information comes in about how the original vaccines are working, Dr. Fauci said he expects to see the plan for boosters change. Dr. Fauci said the results from Moderna’s trial will likely come a few weeks later. Instead, it recommends that close contacts who have not been fully vaccinated quarantine for as long as 14 days.
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Another pandemic surge prompted Mr. Biden, a veteran moderate, to attack Republican governors and embrace vaccine mandates. A bipartisan infrastructure deal hung in the balance. “I love him, and it’s hurtful,” Jill Biden said in an interview, the first she has granted to a newspaper since becoming first lady. In Washington, an outrage-driven approach to politics has replaced Mr. Biden’s rose-colored belief that bipartisan deal making can be an art form. She has also traveled to states where low numbers of eligible people have received the coronavirus vaccine.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Biden, Mr, ” Jill Biden, Biden’s, Dr . Biden Organizations: Biden Locations: Afghanistan, Washington
Average daily deaths in the United States surpass 2,000. United States Coronavirus Deaths 2,000 4,000 deaths Feb. 2020 Mar. Deaths 7–day average 2,011 These are days with a reporting anomaly. The seven-day average is the average of a day and the previous six days of data. The seven-day average is the average of a day and the previous six days of data.
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