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COVID-19 Has Now Killed About As Many Americans As The 1918-19 Flu

Sept. 20
The Associated Press / NPR

Before COVID-19, the 1918-19 flu was universally considered the worst pandemic disease in human history. Whether the current scourge ultimately proves deadlier is unclear.

People waiting in line for a COVID-19 vaccine a...

San Diego County Reports 378 New Cases Of COVID-19, No New Deaths

Sept. 20
By City News Service

San Diego County reported 378 new COVID-19 infections and no new deaths, released in its latest data, and also cited a slight decrease in coronavirus-related hospital admissions.

Tease photo for COVID Vaccine For Kids Ages 5 To 11 I...

COVID Vaccine For Kids Ages 5 To 11 Is Safe And Effective, Pfizer Says

Sept. 20
Jaclyn Diaz / NPR

Pfizer and BioNTech say that early trial results show their vaccine established a strong antibody response against the coronavirus. FDA review is still needed.

How Ivermectin Became The New Focus Of The Anti-Vaccine Movement

Sept. 19
Pien Huang / NPR

Scientists are still studying whether the deworming medicine could have any effect on COVID-19. But the frenzy over the drug has far more to do with politics than science. Here's how that happened.

In The Fight Against COVID, Health Workers Aren't Immune To Vaccine Misinformation

Sept. 18
Deepa Shivaram / NPR

About a quarter of U.S. health care workers have refused the COVID-19 vaccine as of July. They share demographic traits with other unvaccinated people and are putting hospitals in a tough spot.

8-year-old Eduardo Cortes sits in a bed at Rady...

8-Year-Old Hospitalized With Rare Disease Triggered By Coronavirus Infection

Sept. 17
By Matt Hoffman

Eduardo Cortes has been receiving care at Rady Children’s Hospital for nearly a week after coming down with a rare disease triggered by coronavirus infections.

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