Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
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Federal Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
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State Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
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The Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation (IHME) Projections
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Please understand: These projections assume strong social distancing measures and other protective measures. In other words, they’re modeling a “best case scenario.” The shaded areas are the range of uncertainty for these “best case” projections.
Live Twitter Feeds
Below are the most recent tweets from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and leading epidemiologists and health experts.
CDC Twitter Feed
You probably know someone who has not received the updated #COVID19 booster. You can answer common questions about the booster to encourage them to get it. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3u3wsHF
Patients who had a Brazilian Butt Lift procedure and have symptoms of an infection should seek medical care. Report infections to your health department. Find information at http://bit.ly/3lwG0ce. #BBL
CDC is providing expertise in epidemiology, case investigation, contact tracing, laboratory testing, and more to support health officials in Equatorial Guinea & Tanzania in responding to #MarburgVirus disease outbreaks.
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Two more pediatric #flu deaths from this season were reported by CDC in the latest #FluView. Sadly, 134 total flu-related deaths in children have now been reported for the 2022-2023 season. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2AfIS02
Your parents or grandparents may not have received the updated #COVID19 booster. You can encourage them to get the updated booster by answering their questions.
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Common symptoms of Long COVID include fatigue, shortness of breath, fast heartbeat, & brain fog. If several weeks have passed since you had #COVID19 & you still have symptoms that interfere with your daily activities, talk to your doctor.
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Health & Science Experts Feed
Physical activity helps us live longer and feel better. Getting into a healthy daily routine can be as simple as walking more, biking or playing a sport we love. http://bit.ly/3TCfPNG
I have just notified my commanders that after the events of tonight I will not be reporting to reserve service anymore https://twitter.com/BarakRavid/status/1640050803590287364
BREAKING: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fires Minister of Defense Yoav Gallant a day after he called for suspending the judicial overhaul
The virus is named Marburg because Uwe Brinkmann got it while working in W Africa and was airlifted home, to Marburg. I interviewed Uwe and details are in my book, THE COMING PLAGUE
Fun fact: Marburg virus is named after Marburg, Germany—where the virus does not naturally occur—because the first documented outbreak was caused by a lab leak at the Behringwerke industrial plant there. @BiosafetyNow https://twitter.com/krutikakuppalli/status/1639350309829976065
🚨 A gentle reminder for @TimmermansEU and the @EU_Commission 🚨
Our mobility challenge is not about NEWER cars.
It is about much, much FEWER cars!
XBB.1.16 showing a good advantage over XBB.1.9* in the US, though still low levels of both. XBB.1.9* will have its lunch eaten by XBB.1.16.
It's also completely taken over in India.
I'm 100% with Howard -- @deborahamos is one of the best, and most generous, reporters in the business. Her departure from @NPR is a huge loss for all of us.
Back when I was a green @NPR reporter - 40 yrs ago - @deborahamos called to profusely praise a story - a sound portrait about a serious subject. The story was a big risk & the phone call lifted my confidence. Deb set high standards for reporting. NPR won’t be the same without her