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151 Dead, 563 Hospitalized in Illinois Breakthrough COVID Cases
According to data updated Wednesday by the Illinois department of Public Health, 151 people in Illinois have died as a result of COVID-19 or complications after full vaccination. That number equates to 2.2% of COVID-19 deaths in the state from Jan. 1, according to officials.
At least 563 fully vaccinated people were hospitalized in Illinois, IDPH said. The state just reported success infections among those hospitalized or died, following direction from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, IDPH said.
Nearly 11,000 Deaths After COVID Vaccination Reported by the CDC, as FDA Adds New Vaccine Warning to J&J
Data released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) includes 463,457 reports of injuries and deaths, in all age groups, following COVID vaccines – an increase of more than 25,000 compared to last week.
The data comes directly from the reports submitted to Adverse Vaccine Reporting System(VAERS), the leading government-funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S.
Every Friday, VAERS publicly notified of all vaccine damage reports received as of a specified date, usually about a week before the release date. Reports submitted by VAERS require further investigation before a causal relationship can be confirmed.
COVID Vaccines: Hypothetical Benefits in the Elderly No Greater Than Risks in Children
As most adults in many affluent countries now receive at least one dose of a single COVID-19 vaccine, the focus is on children.
While there is a widespread recognition of the risk in children being severe COVID-19 below, many believe the mass vaccination of children could not only protect children from severe COVID-19, but also prevent further transmission, indirectly protect vulnerable adults and help end the pandemic.
However, there are several hypotheses that need to be examined in judging calls to vaccinate children against COVID-19.
The U.S. FDA will grant Pfizer COVID Vaccine Approval in January 2022
The U.S. health regulator will review Pfizer (PFE.N) and with German BioNTech SE’s (22UAy.DE) application for their full approval COVID-19 the vaccine to people 16 years and older in January, the companies said Friday.
Pfizer / BioNTech completed submitting their application for a full U.S. approval in May and the agency will review the data under the “priority review” process.
COVID Vaccines for Children Not With 12 Expected Midwinter, FDA Officially Says
Emergency permission for COVID-19 Vaccines for children under 12 could arrive as early as midwinter, a Food and Drug Administration official said Thursday, a move that would provide relief to many parents who have not vaccinated their children. The agency hopes to then move to full vaccination approval for this age.
A staying point for some families who remain skeptical, the official said, so the vaccines currently in use are administered under emergency use authorization and have not been given full FDA approval. Full consent, if it comes soon after the emergency phase, can alleviate that anxiety.
EU May Order Moderna COVID Vaccine for Children Next Week
A senior official at the European Medicines Agency says a decision will be made on whether to recommend that Moderns COVID-19 VACCINE with permission for children expected by the end of next week. If approved, it would be the first such license for the use of the shot by children around the world.
At a press briefing on Thursday, Dr. Marco Cavaleri, the EU’s leading drug vaccination strategist, said its expert committee was now examining Moderna’s application to expand the use of the coronavirus vaccine for children aged 12 to 17 years.
“We hope the committee will reach a conclusion by the end of next week,” he said.
Royal Navy Flotilla Reports COVID Outbreak With 100 Cases Despite All Sailors Vaccinated
The ships affected include the Royal Navy flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth carrier, with unconfirmed media reports saying the group of warships had just stopped for a short beach departure from the coast of Limassol, Cyprus.
The virus spread to 3,700 crew members of the strike group even if they were fully vaccinated. “As part of the routine test, a small crew from the Carrier Strike Group tested positive for COVID-19,” a Royal Navy spokesman confirmed in a statement.
Lisa Shaw’s Death: Husband Calls for Vaccine Choice
A man whose wife at the death was investigated about possible connections with AstraZeneca COVID-19 The jab called for people to choose their vaccine. A The coroner considers whether the vaccine contributed to the death of BBC radio presenter Lisa Shaw, 44, in May.
Her husband Gareth Eve says the jab is “unique” but the “risks” need to be “recognized”….
Mr Eve said he and his wife, who is a BBC Radio Newcastle presenter, were both “excited” about being vaccinated so he could “hug his mam” who was a “stickler” in following lockdown rules. . A week later take his first dose of AstraZeneca Vaccinated, he started having headaches and was eventually taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) in Newcastle for treatment of blood clots.
Pentagon: 70 Percent of Service Members Receive First Dose of COVID Vaccine
Seventy percent of service members active in the U.S. received their first dose of coronavirus vaccine, the Pentagon announced Friday, and 62 percent of the force is now vaccinated.
The latest figures come despite initial skepticism from a vast military power to explosion. In February, members of the leading brass testified before Congress that nearly one-third of the troops refuses to be vaccinated.
Such skepticism among America’s armed forces prompted a group of Democratic lawmakers in March to demand President Joe Biden make the necessary vaccination for all service members. At the time, the Pentagon’s chief spokesman confirmed that option THINK of military leaders.
AP Taken: 2 NFL Teams Remain 50% Vaccinated
Two NFL teams remained less than 50% vaccinated less than two weeks from the start of training camp, someone familiar with vaccination rates told The Associated Press.
As for Friday, Washington and Indianapolis have the two lowest COVID-19 Vaccination rates among the league’s 32 teams, according to the person who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the league has not released the numbers, are changing daily.
China Should Provide Raw Data on the Beginning of the Pandemic – Tedros to Whom
The head of the World Health Organization said on Thursday that investigations were initially underway COVID-19 the pandemic in China was hampered by the lack of raw data in the early days of its spread there and urged it to be more transparent.
A WHO -led team spent four weeks in and around the central town of Wuhan with Chinese researchers and said in a joint report in March that the virus may have been transmitted from bats to humans. by another animal.
It is said that “introduction by a laboratory incident is considered a more unlikely route”, but countries including the United States and some scientists are not satisfied. “We ask China to be transparent and open and cooperate,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a news conference on Thursday.