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Columbia/Boone County health department to offer free COVID-19, flu vaccinations

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services (PHHS) will offer free COVID-19 and flu vaccinations on Thursday. Staff plan to host the clinic from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Friends Room at Daniel Boone Regional Library at 100 W. Broadway in Columbia. Anyone can get vaccinated against COVID-19 or the flu … Read more

China Plans To Boost Vaccinations Among Seniors As Harsh Zero Covid Strategy Triggers Protests

Topline China’s National Health Commission on Tuesday unveiled plans to improve Covid-19 vaccination rates among the elderly—a cohort that remains highly vulnerable to the virus due to very low uptake of vaccines—as it faces growing calls from experts to rethink its zero Covid strategy and its narrow focus on harsh lockdowns and repeated mass testing. … Read more

‘Get your vaccinations,’ medical officer of health warns, as Toronto battles bad flu season

Everyone should take precautions, including getting vaccinated, as Toronto battles a particularly bad influenza season, the city’s medical officer of health said on Wednesday after she rolled up her sleeve to get her flu vaccine. Dr. Eileen de Villa, speaking to reporters at the Metro Hall immunization clinic downtown, said Toronto Public Health is seeing “heightened levels of … Read more

RTL Today – Ministry of Health: Appeal for people to take up seasonal flu vaccinations

The Ministry of Health recommends that at-risk groups in particular should get vaccinated against the flu as soon as possible. People from the health sector, clinically vulnerable people, and people over 65 as well as pregnant women and the chronically ill should be targeted first and foremost. In addition, all people who have close contact … Read more

Health department offers drive-thru vaccinations

Democrat photo/Garrett Fuller Breanna Trejo, an employee with the Moniteau County Health Center, gathers information from a patient Tuesday during a drive-thru vaccination event at First Baptist Church in California. Additional drive-thru vaccination clinics will be hosted 1-4 p.m. Thursday at Ozark Brands/McCall’s Candles in Tipton, and 9-11 a.m. Tuesday at the Community Building in … Read more

From all the vaccinations to the hospital’s purse, this will happen in Arogya Setu and CoWIN updates

Now Arogya Setu App and Covin can be used for other health facilities under Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission. the central government Arogya Setu app and covin Have made up your mind to launch the website with new objectives. both these platforms corona virus were launched during Both these platforms were used to monitor and manage … Read more

Federal funding for COVID vaccinations running out

Funds likely to be exhausted by the end of the year, meaning commercial payers will take over payment for many patients Patients will be paying for their COVID-19 vaccinations by early next year because federal funding is running out, according to HHS. When this happens, the commercial payer market will have to pay for them … Read more

WHO warns of ‘alarming decrease’ in yellow fever vaccinations across South America

There has been an “alarming decrease” in yellow fever vaccination rates across South America, the World Health Organization has warned, putting the region at a “high” risk of new outbreaks. In an alert this week, the UN agency said that Covid-related disruption to health care services and supply chain issues “aggravated” by conflict in Ukraine … Read more

San Diego County public health encourages COVID-19 vaccinations as school begins

With the school year in its first weeks or about to begin, San Diego County public health officials Friday encouraged children to be vaccinated for COVID-19. The county’s latest numbers show that 85.5% of children between the ages of 12 and 17 have received at least one dose of a vaccine, compared to 47.3% for … Read more