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What to Know About The Newest Covid-19 Variant, Omicron

Without a doubt, by now you've heard of the Omicron Covid-19 variant that has spread across the world like wildfire and now accounts for roughly 95% of new Covid cases as of the first week of January 2022, according to the CDC. Positive cases in the U.S. have reached a staggering 1 MILLION cases daily.… Continue reading What to Know About The Newest Covid-19 Variant, Omicron

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The Delta Variant; What You Need To Know

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday (7/16/2021) that new cases of Covid-19 are up by nearly 70% in just a week. Hospitalizations are up by nearly 36%. Surges are most pronounced in areas where vaccination rates are low, but there are also increases in places such as Los Angeles and New York… Continue reading The Delta Variant; What You Need To Know

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CDC Updates Guidelines For Those That Are Fully Vaccinated

Last week, the CDC updated their guidelines for people that are fully vaccinated. To be considered fully vaccinated, two weeks must have passed since receiving the second of the two-shot series of the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccines, or two weeks after the single Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The CDC shares: If you are fully vaccinated,… Continue reading CDC Updates Guidelines For Those That Are Fully Vaccinated

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What to know about COVID-19 variants

Coronaviruses have been known to cause a multitude of infections ranging from the benign “common cold” to more lethal infections like the SARS outbreak in early 2000, to this pandemic. The World Heath Organization (WHO) derived an acronym in February 2020 to avoid stigmatizing its origins in terms of animal, geographical or population associations. Since… Continue reading What to know about COVID-19 variants