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Republicans celebrated the turn of events Wednesday.
The move would formally restructure the federal coronavirus response.
The FDA will ask its panel of outside vaccine experts to weigh in.
Control of hospital and airport, public communication, coordination with tribes cited as key assets
Respiratory viruses remain at high levels, officials say.
Scientists are still trying to figure out why some people get long COVID.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which recommends how vaccines are used, also signed off.
Folks looking to get vaccinated against COVID and/or flu have options.
Scheduling for appointments available now
Answers to “Who’s eligible?” “What’s the difference?” And more.
The new boosters should begin arriving in pharmacies and clinics within days.
A Stich-Smith in time.
No mandatory masks or COVID-19 tests for new school year
Politicians and industry officials lauded the move.
Hospitalizations relatively low and steady.
Excess deaths were also way up from predicted numbers.
CDC clearance for the new age group went out Tuesday.
Roughly 18 million kids will be eligible.
24,000 rapid antigen tests available at City Hall, libraries, police station and city health center