Terrifying Khosta-2 Russian bat virus could trigger the next pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is not over yet. In fact, it’s showing signs of lingering for, well, a long time. But even as politicians and health authorities grapple with how, if at all, they can continue to tackle the problems current pandemic, scientists are already anticipating the The next a. They are scouring the planet for … Read more

What you need to know about COVID-19 boosters and the flu shot – KOMO News

What you need to know about COVID-19 boosters and the flu shotKOMO News County offers the latest COVID booster shots, flu season preparationsVC star What you need to know before getting the flu, COVID or Monkeypox vaccinekrcgtv.com Don’t delay – get vaccinated against COVID-19 and flu nowcountynewscenter.com All shotWhatever by John Scalzi See full coverage … Read more

COVID vaccine review leader Jane Halton ‘astonished’ government has not ordered vaccines before 2024

Former health department chief charged with assessing the country’s vaccine purchases during the pandemic says she is “surprised” that the federal government has not yet ordered COVID-19 vaccines for next year, telling it ABC that it is “cautious” that the stocks are insured . Most important points: The report found that Australia was able to … Read more

Scientists identify molecule that can kill COVID with ‘hugs’ – but there’s a catch

Scientists have identified a molecule that Loves SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. It loves it so much that it “hugs” it, almost to death – so attached to the virus that the virus can’t infect our cells. The discovery of this molecule, a so-called “HR2 peptide”, is a major problem. It could form the … Read more

Can you get your flu shot and COVID booster in the same arm?

Photo: unique (Shutterstock) When the COVID shots first came out, the CDC wanted to be careful. After all, it was a new vaccine, so they advised waiting two weeks before or after getting another vaccine, including a flu shot.. that guidance is changed. YYou can now get your flu and COVID injections at the same … Read more

Scientists warn of spike in long COVID cases in the United States

Across the world, death rates and hospitalizations from COVID continue to fall. But our successful mitigation of the worst effects of the 33-month-old pandemic belies a growing crisis. More and more people survive COVID and stay out of the hospital, but more and more people also living with long-term symptoms of COVID. Fatigue. Heart problems. … Read more

Monkeypox cases in the US are declining. There is no reason why

Add to that, there is little past experience with the vaccine, known as Jynneos in the US, used against this disease. It was only approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2019, primarily for the prevention of smallpox in case virus — eradicated by a previous vaccine, but held in two labs — … Read more

This may be the only way to end the COVID-19 pandemic for good

The new coronavirus mutates and evolves, just like all viruses. Fast. Variant after variant. Sub-variants between the variants. The virus is active. But our efforts to contain it are: reactive. Thirty-four months into the COVID-19 pandemic, we still haven’t found a way to stay ahead of the virus — and provide people with an immunity … Read more

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: September 9, 2022

Worldwide news at 5:30 Toronto Posted September 9, 2022 The GTA and the world pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. King Charles the Third gives his first speech as reigning monarch. And we have the latest news from TIFF. REPORT AN ERROR

Spike proteins generated by COVID-19 vaccines are ‘toxic’ to the heart

A pediatric cardiologist says it’s now clear from all the available evidence that the spike proteins that the COVID-19 vaccines tell the body to make are toxic to the heart, and that myocarditis in young people isn’t as rare as the CDC and FDA made the Americans believe. In a talk on Aug. 26, Dr. … Read more