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Some sad episodes in American history are helping to drive a racial divide when it comes to vaccine trust. In 1972, Americans were horrified to learn of a racist, decades-long medical study in…

2.Racial divide of vaccines

Historical medical injustices create racial divide in trust of COVID-19 vaccines Doctors across Colorado and throughout the United Staes have their work cut out for them as they try to encourage…

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Caitlin Owens WASHINGTON DC: Failing to put the most vulnerable Americans at the front of the line for coronavirus vaccines will exacerbate the gaping racial and ethnic disparities that have characterized the pandemic, experts say. Why it matters: The Americans most vulnerable to the virus are disproportionately people of color. And there are a lot […]

4.Racial divide of vaccines

Failing to put the most vulnerable Americans at the front of the line for coronavirus vaccines will exacerbate the gaping racial and ethnic disparities that have characterized the pandemic, experts say. Why it matters: The Americans most vulnerable to the virus are disproportionately people of color.

5.Racial divide of vaccines

Access to the coronavirus vaccine could widen the racial divide, according to some experts, who say that some of the most vulnerable may not receive the vaccine as quickly as they should.

6.Racial divide of vaccines

State government officials published an online map with the locations of 30-plus pharmacies and health care sites in Austin that have received a shipment of the vaccine. All but a handful of them…

7.Racial divide of vaccines

The trend in the first weeks of vaccine distribution points to a challenge for Mayor Lightfoot and public health officials who want to emphasize racial equity throughout the process.

8.Racial divide of vaccines

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will allow people to be given shots of different COVID-19 vaccines on rare occasions, despite a lack of evidence about the extent of immunity offered by mixing doses.

9.Racial divide of vaccines

The Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine is delivered as a shot in the arm, like other typical vaccines. The injection into your arm won’t feel different than any other vaccine, but the rate of short …

10.Racial divide of vaccines

Good morning, California. It’s Tuesday, January 5. New strategies on the way. Three weeks after doses of the coronavirus vaccine began arriving in California, only 35% of them have ended up in people’s arms — raising questions about the effectiveness of the state’s vaccination strategy at a critical phase in the pandemic.. California has administered around 454,000 doses of the 1.3 …

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1.Will vaccine push racial divide?

Access to the coronavirus vaccine could widen the racial divide, according to some experts, who say that some of the most vulnerable may not receive the vaccine as quickly as they should.

Published Date: 2021-01-04T16:40:00.0000000Z

2.Historical medical injustices create racial divide in trust of COVID-19 vaccines

Some sad episodes in American history are helping to drive a racial divide when it comes to vaccine trust. In 1972, Americans were horrified to learn of a racist, decades-long medical study in …

Published Date: 2020-12-11T03:25:00.0000000Z

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(06:28 – Host Defense Mechanisms and Tests – Emily Troemel, 16:56 – The Host-Virus Evolutionary Arms Race – Matthew Daugherty, 31:16 – Vaccines – Stephen Hedrick, 56:12 – Group Discussion) In the second from the A Deep Look into COVID-19 series, UC San Diego infectious disease researchers provide an overview of the potential for treatments and …
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1.COVID-19 pandemic in the United States

to create vaccines. More than 70 companies and research teams are working on a vaccine, with five or six operating primarily in the U.S. As of October,…

2.Vaccination policy

certain obligatory vaccines, named Category 1 vaccines, for free to all children up to 14 years of age. Initially, the vaccines consisted of Bacillus Calmette-Guérin…

3.Tuberculosis

attempting to create new and better live vaccines. MVA85A, an example of a subunit vaccine, is in trials in South Africa as of 2006, is based on a genetically…

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