Dangerous storms bring snow, ice and wind to Northeast after hitting Southeast
Officials are warning drivers to stay off the slick roads in the Northeast as a powerful winter storm makes its way up from the South. Hundreds of accidents and massive power outages are being blamed on the storm.news.yahoo.com
COVID cases may be higher than what’s reported as people struggle to find tests, take at home tests
COVID cases are continuing to climb in Michigan as we begin the new year. It is essential to understand that our lab capacity limits daily case counts. Some of those numbers do not include people who only took a rapid antigen test at home, so the real numbers are likely higher.
Man with knife injures 17 people on Tokyo train
Police and witnesses in Japan say a man brandishing a knife on a Tokyo commuter train car stabbed several passengers before setting a fire, sending people scrambling to escape. The Tokyo Fire Department said 17 passengers were injured. (Oct. 31)news.yahoo.com
University of Michigan virologist on FDA advisory panel shares insight into vote to recommend boosters, vaccines for kids
University of Michigan virologist played a crucial role on the FDA’s COVID vaccine advisory panel when it came to the recommended authorization of COVID boosters, and vaccines for children.
Reports: FDA expected to OK ‘mix-and-match’ COVID vaccine boosters
The Food and Drug Administration is expected to announce this week people will be able to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot with a vaccine from a different manufacturer than their original doses, according to reports in the New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal.
FDA advisory panel to meet on Moderna, Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine booster shots
The Food and Drug Administration’s vaccine advisory panel is set to meet Thursday and Friday, Oct. 14-15, and we are getting our first look at the data the panel will be using to make its recommendation on booster shots for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson.
How did they come up with the flu vaccine this year? Can healthcare workers get a third dose of the COVID vaccine?
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, Dr. Frank McGeorge has been keeping viewers up-to-date and informed on all fronts. He’s been answering your questions about the vaccine, the vaccination process and more.
Here’s what the FDA is saying about COVID-19 vaccines for young children as of Sept. 10, 2021
The Food and Drug Administration released the following statement Friday, Sept. 10, 2021 as COVID-19 makers are racing to submit clinical data seeking regulatory approval for vaccines in children younger than 12.