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Novavax COVID-19 vaccine, flu shot coadministration likely ‘viable strategy,’ company says

Maryland-based biotech company Novavax on Monday announced its experimental COVID-19 vaccine remained effective when coadministered with an approved flu shot. Researchers and drug makers are interested in studying coadministration and associated safety and efficacy, or giving multiple vaccines to a person during one visit, to ease logistics and help patients catch up on missed vaccinations,… Read More »

Unvaccinated nursing home residents benefit from vaccinated around them, less likely to get COVID-19

Nursing home Covid infections fell 93% for vaccinated OR unvaccinated residents after more than 80% had had at least one shot, study finds Nursing home data shows decreased infection rate among unvaccinated residents as more people around them received the vaccine Infection rates have plummeted among vaccinated residents as well  Study shows real world effects… Read More »

After hospital volumes plummeted due to COVID-19, full rebound not likely soon

Dive Brief: Hospitalizations for several medical conditions at a major New York City-area hospital system plunged after the COVID-19 pandemic began, a new research letter published in JAMA Internal Medicine by researchers at New York University and the University of Michigan medical schools finds. And even amid a recent rebound, admissions still remain well below… Read More »