A Starbucks employee at NJ location is testing positive for hepatitis A, employers said to be vaccinated

A Starbucks employee at NJ location is testing positive for hepatitis A, employers said to be vaccinated

October 1, 2021 – 3:42 – Watch what clicks on Foxnews.com. A New Jersey Local Health Department is urging patrons who went to a specific Starbucks coffee shop in Gloucester Township on certain days this month to be vaccinated against hepatitis A after an employee has been positive. Anyone who went to the Blackwood Clementon … Read more

A 14-year-old gets the wrong COVID vaccine

A 14-year-old gets the wrong COVID vaccine

FLORENCE, KY – The North Kentucky Department of Health confirmed Thursday that on Oct. 16, a nurse acting on their behalf gave a 14-year-old girl a vaccine that had not been approved by the FDA for anyone under 18 years of age. The girl’s vaccination card, which includes her date of birth, shows she received … Read more

How coronavirus will end: immunologist Mark Dybul predicts 3 scenarios

How coronavirus will end: immunologist Mark Dybul predicts 3 scenarios

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Montgomery County, state sees large increase in COVID cases, hospitalizations – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

Montgomery County, state sees large increase in COVID cases, hospitalizations – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

DAYTON – The number of COVID cases diagnosed is increasing in adults and children. The concern among health officials is that Thanksgiving will accelerate family reunions and it could lead to an increase in new COVID cases. Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff, director of the Ohio Department of Health said, “Those numbers are just going in the … Read more

Delta’s second wave? Ohio cases, hospitalizations increase again

Delta’s second wave? Ohio cases, hospitalizations increase again

In the last three weeks, COVID hospitalizations have increased by 23% and ICU admissions by 15%, according to Vanderhoff. “These numbers quite simply are going in the wrong direction,” he said. Dr. Joseph Gastaldo, medical director of infectious diseases at OhioHealth, said it’s not surprising to see more infections during the winter as more people … Read more