Americans can choose a Covid-19 booster shot that is different from their original inoculation but the recommendation is to stick with the vaccine they got first if available, White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Oct. 22.
The Biden administration on Oct. 20 outlined a plan to vaccinate millions of U.S. children ages 5 to 11 as soon as the Covid-19 shot is authorized for them, readying doses and preparing locations ahead of the busy holiday season.
As global corporations reach deeper into every part of our lives, marketing is evolving into something unrecognizable. According to Michael Farmer, in the Mad Men Era of the 1960s and 70s, your average creative agency was responsible for roughly 350 deliverables a year—whether they were print copy, radio scripts, or billboard headlines. Today? The average number of deliverables per creative per year is over 10,000.
President Joe Biden on Sept. 9 will present a six-pronged strategy intended to fight the spread of the highly contagious coronavirus Delta variant and increase U.S. Covid-19 vaccinations, the White House said on Sept. 7.
As Covid-19 infections driven by the Delta variant continue to spike across much of the United States, stretching health care services to the limits, the White House is seeking $65 billion to lay the groundwork for future pandemic preparedness.
A White House plan to offer Covid-19 booster shots will most likely start during September only with the vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech, a narrower initiative than anticipated, a source familiar with the matter said on Sept. 3.
Top U.S. health officials told the White House they may not have enough data to recommend Covid-19 booster shots for the wider general public by late September as President Joe Biden had anticipated, the New York Times reported on Sept. 3.
Around 14 million people in the United States received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine in August, about 4 million more than in July, officials said on Aug. 31 as the government pushes inoculation as infections rise.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration ruled out nominating Janet Woodcock as the permanent head of the Food and Drug Administration, Bloomberg News reported on Aug. 19, citing people familiar with the matter.
Facebook Inc. removed over three dozen pages spreading misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines, after the White House called on social media firms to tighten controls on pandemic-related facts shared on their platforms.