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Federal prisons reach a milestone: 100 coronavirus deaths

The Federal Bureau of Prisons reached a milestone Saturday: 100 inmates have died from coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic. Among the dead are fathers and mothers, daughters and sons and brothers and sisters – none of whom were sentenced to death. There are 122 facilities in the federal prison system that hold nearly 129,000 inmates nationwide. According to …

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A man from California loses his fingers after ocoronavirus complications

A man spent 64 days in a hospital in California, where he suffered major complications from the novel coronavirus and underwent amputation, local outlet KTLA reported. Gregg Garfield became the first known coronavirus patient to be treated at Providence St. Joseph Center Center in Burbank, California, after contracting the virus in February. When he was released from the hospital in …

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China CDC chief injected with experimental vaccine

BEJING (AP) – The head of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention says he was injected with an experimental coronavirus vaccine in an attempt to persuade the public to follow suit when the lawsuit is approved. “I’m going to reveal something secret: I’m injected with one of the vaccines,” Gao Fu said in a Sunday webinar hosted by …

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Federal prisons reach a milestone: 100 coronavirus deaths

The Federal Bureau of Prisons reached a milestone Saturday: 100 inmates have died from coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic. Among the dead are fathers and mothers, daughters and sons and brothers and sisters – none of whom were sentenced to death. There are 122 facilities in the federal prison system that hold nearly 129,000 inmates nationwide. According to …

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Can you get the coronavirus twice?

FOX Business’s Edward Lawrence reports on the Trump administration’s deal with companies like Fujifilm to develop a coronavirus vaccine. Then, vice. Wall Street Journal editor-in-chief Dan Henninger discusses investments in biotech companies and the upcoming presidential election. Can you get the coronavirus twice? Scientists do not yet know for sure, but they believe it is unlikely. Get the FOX N …

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FDA-approved vaccines designated “extremely safe” reveal

Vaccines are “extremely safe,” according to a new study by researchers at Tel Aviv University and the Sourasky Center. The group, led by Dr. Daniel Shepshelovich, from TAU Sackler School of Medicine, studied 57 vaccines approved by the Food and Drug Administration between 1996 and 2015 that yielded 58 safety-related issues, 25 of which were related. They found that a …

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