Peace ‘cautiously optimistic’ as omicron ‘tsunami’ recedes

Peace ‘cautiously optimistic’ as omicron ‘tsunami’ recedes

Former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Tom Frieden said he was “cautiously optimistic” about the remainder of the pandemic “as the Omicron tsunami recedes.” Frieden, in an op-ed published Tuesday by CNN, said the country is “better defended against Covid than ever,” pointing to drugs that are highly effective in preventing severe … Read more

Gottlieb: US should be ‘aggressive’ in repealing COVID-19 measures as conditions improve

Gottlieb: US should be ‘aggressive’ in repealing COVID-19 measures as conditions improve

Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said in an interview Friday that there should be very clear objectives for how the US removes current mitigation measures and when to lift vaccine mandates. During an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe”, Gottlieb co-writer Willie Geist told that he thinks COVID-19 Infection levels “will continue to fall as we … Read more

Study shows that vaccinated parents provide some protection to unvaccinated children

Study shows that vaccinated parents provide some protection to unvaccinated children

A new study shows that vaccinated parents provided some protection to their unvaccinated children during the alpha and delta coronavirus waves. The Israeli examination looked at two time periods in 2021, the first being during the alpha wave of the COVID-19 pandemic from January to March and the second during the delta wave from July … Read more

Boris Johnson withdraws the COVID-19 test requirements in the middle of the omicron climb

Boris Johnson withdraws the COVID-19 test requirements in the middle of the omicron climb

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris JohnsonBoris Johnson The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Altria – Winter is here for Democrats Britain’s Johnson says omicron ‘clearly milder’, new restrictions are unnecessary The best political books of 2021 MORE has said England will not impose another lockdown and the country will temporarily ease … Read more

Boosters were to be considered fully vaccinated in Singapore

Study shows that vaccinated parents provide some protection to unvaccinated children

Boosters will be needed to be considered fully vaccinated in Singapore, a change that may soon be seen in other countries. Officials said at a news conference Wednesday that after Feb. 14, people over the age of 18 must receive a booster injection within nine months of completing their first two-dose vaccine series to be … Read more