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EMS Vaccine Administration Warrants a National Standard

Establishing a national standard for EMS vaccine administration can improve healthcare resource utilization, the authors write.

Next on FDA’s Agenda: Booster Shots of Moderna, J&J Vaccines

The FDA will convene for the first stage in the process of deciding whether extra doses of the two vaccines should be dispensed.

ID Officials Get Look at Paramedics’ COVID-Era Jobs

Paramedics and EMTs in Ada County have always worked around the clock to help those in need.

HI Officials: Free COVID-19 Test Kits Out of Stock

The Honolulu Fire Department said it has run out of free "Say Yes !" COVID-19 home challenge test kits due to high demand, as well as supply and shipping issues.

AK Allows Hospitals to Ration Care Amid COVID-19 Spike

The declaration covers three facilities that had already announced emergency protocols, including the state’s largest hospital.

U.S. COVID-19 Cases Falling as Hospitals Brace for Next Wave

Hospital administrators are bracing for yet another possible surge as cold weather drives people indoors.

Guilford County (NC) Emergency Crews Get Help From the Federal Government

Guilford County emergency emergency crews are getting temporary help from the federal government.

RI Judge Strikes Down Challenge to Vaccine Mandate on Religious Grounds

A federal judge on Thursday rejected healthcare workers' request for an order blocking the state COVID vaccination mandate from taking effect Friday.

Merck Says Its Pill Cuts Worst Effects of COVID-19

If cleared, the drug would be the first pill shown to treat COVID-19, a potentially major advance in efforts to fight the pandemic.

Am I Fully Vaccinated If I Do Not Get a COVID-19 Booster?

Yes, people who got a two-dose vaccine or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson shot are considered fully vaccinated — even without a booster.