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A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed at least 1 million globally.
The discovery, uncovered after analyzing blood donations from nine states, strengthens evidence that the coronavirus was quietly spreading around the world before health officials were aware.
Gov. Brian Kemp said Monday that as COVID-19 vaccine doses begin to be distributed, Georgia’s long-term care facilities should be among the first in line to get them.
Kemp said that if federal approvals of vaccines come as expected, the shots should begin arriving the second or third week of December.
Vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna, which held clinical trials at three Emory University sites in Atlanta, are expected to receive Emergency Use Authorization from the U. S. Food and Drug Administration. Dr. Carlos del Rio calls the timeline from development to distribution something "we have never seen before."
More than 91,000 people were hospitalized with the coronavirus on Saturday — over 6,000 of them on ventilators. With the holiday season fast approaching, health experts fear the worst is yet to come.
There is still much that is unknown about the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Scientists and researchers around the world are working to...
As efforts to contain the coronavirus continue to ramp up across the country, rumors and false information also continue to spread. In an effort to...
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