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WHO: 236,000 New Covid-19 Deaths In Europe By December, Fauci Says US Could See Another 100,000

“Last week, there was an 11% increase in the number of deaths in the region — one reliable projection is expecting 236,000 deaths in Europe, by Dec. 1,” WHO Europe director Hans Kluge said. So far, Europe has suffered about 1.3 million COVID-19 fatalities.

Pregnant, Unvaccinated & Intubated: Case Surge Alarms Doctors

Vaccine trials that omitted pregnant patients led to hesitancy. U.S. health officials urge expecting people to get the vaccine.

I Was An ‘Anti-Vaxxer.’ This Year, I Changed My Mind.

“Changing your mind, especially strongly held views, is hard.” Back in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic when there were whisperings of “possible vaccines,” I was a hard no.

The COVID Killing Fields

I go to the hospital cafeteria to unwind from this night — another unpredictable one with irrational patients that randomly attempt to assault the staff.

I’ll Tell You The Secret Of Cancer

It’s been almost 20 years since my diagnosis, and I’ve learned quite a bit. Are you someone who enjoys the unsolicited opinions of strangers and acquaintances? If so, I can’t recommend cancer highly enough.

High Pay For Covid-19 Nurses Leads To Shortages At Some Hospitals

Some hospitals pay signing bonuses of up to $40,000; ‘We’re desperate for nurses’. Before the coronavirus pandemic, Ivette Palomeque made $45 an hour on a flexible schedule as a staff intensive-care nurse at Memorial Hermann Health System in Houston.

Blood Clot Risk Much Higher From Covid-19 Than With Vaccines

U.K. study finds Covid causes thousands more blood clots. Findings bolster decision for continued use of AstraZeneca.

Long ER Waits May Be Tied To Rise In Violence Toward Missouri Hospital Nurses

Springfield, Mo.-based CoxHealth is experiencing an uptick in assaults against nurses, particularly in the emergency department.

Six Important Questions About Booster Shots Answered

Last winter, the three Covid-19 vaccines authorized in the U.S. promised to be successful beyond even the most optimistic of expectations. Last year, Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said that a vaccine that was 50 to 60 percent effective would be enough.