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Vaccines alone are not likely to end the pandemic

January 24, 2021

Research scientists who have studied the most recent epidemiologic data conclude that vaccines alone are not likely to end the pandemic.

Vaccine trial participants who got placebo will get vaccine

January 1, 2021

Pfizer and BioNTech will offer their COVID-19 vaccine to any clinical trial volunteer who received placebo by March 1, several months earlier than initially planned.

LA County expecting 83,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine

December 13, 2020

Los Angeles County expects to receive nearly 83,000 doses of the vaccine this week, with the initial doses distributed to 83 acute-care hospitals for administration to critical frontline workers.

BCG vaccine possibly protective

November 19, 2020

Cedars Sinai researchers report that a widely used tuberculosis vaccine, known as the BCG vaccine, could be associated with reduced risk for COVID-19.

Experts wonder if COVID-19 is a blood vessel disease

November 5, 2020

Clinicians have seen clots, strokes, and rashes appear in association with COVID-19 illness. These findings suggest that COVID-19 is a disease that involves blood vessel abnormalities.

Many patients recovering from COVID-19 report brain fog

October 14, 2020

Many patients who recover from COVID-19 illness report experiencing 'brain fog' symptoms that interfere with their ability to work and function in daily life.

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