A mass vaccination site in Colorado was closed Wednesday after 11 people developed “adverse reactions” including nausea and dizziness after receiving a single dose of Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
Centura Health said a Report It “followed our protocol and, with great caution, decided to suspend the rest of the day – in collaboration with the government.”
Two patients were taken to the hospital for follow-up, while the other nine were treated with EMT with juice and water. The state Department of Health said.
More than 1,700 people received footage in Commerce City, a few miles north of Denver, so there were less than 1% of problems with vaccines. Centura said 640 patients who were unable to get vaccinated due to the suspension will be automatically replaced on Sunday. The government said the two-dose Pfizer vaccine would be given Sunday.
“We know it’s dangerous to hear about people being taken to the hospital,” said Scott Bookman, COVID-19 incident commander. “From what we know, today’s side effects are consistent with what can be expected.”
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Arabic News He and other violators were reportedly forced to synchronize 100 squats. If you can’t do them all at once, they have to start all over again. Some, including Benedict Tondo, completed almost 300 squats.
“He had a mental breakdown early Saturday morning, but we were able to resuscitate him at home,” Besarontonto’s cousin Adrian Lucena posted on social media shortly before he was taken to hospital and died.
Said the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday The spread of the corona virus in Michigan and other states should largely control indoor youth sports Consider now other measures such as suspending indoor meals to control the spread of the virus.
“I recommend strong mitigation strategies … to reduce social activity and enhance the wearing of masks,” CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Valensky said during a White House Govt-19 response team press conference.
Valensky’s comments came a day after the government blamed Gretchen Widmer for the growing number of cases in the state, contagious fatigue and variability.
“It’s not a policy issue, you know, we can do a little twisting around the edges, but stepping back is not going to fix the problem. . “
Michigan’s case rate currently leads the country, with 452.5 cases per 100,000 people.
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The CDC has been warning since January that the highly contagious corona virus variant, first detected in the UK, will dominate the United States, and that time has come.
On Wednesday, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Valensky described this variant, formally known as P.1.1.7, as “the most common inheritance now spreading in the United States.”
Not surprisingly, however, approval is important because B.1.1.7 is considered to be at least 50% more contagious, and it is more severe than the original strains of the virus. This variation is believed to be a major factor in the rise of current epidemics in Europe and the recent increase in US cases following the extended decline. Of the 17,017 different cases reported in this country, 16,275 are of UK descent.
Three vaccines approved in the United States have proven effective against this variation, adding further urgency to the country’s vaccination program.
Contributed by: Associated Press