Texas A&M’s Student Health Services has administered COVID-10 vaccinations to 10,031 people on the A&M campus in the past two months, and volunteers at the Brazos Center hub have given more than 95,000 total shots since late January, local leaders said Friday.
The owner of a California bar was arrested on suspicion of selling made-to-order fake COVID-19 vaccination cards to several undercover state agents.
The U.S. has supported suspending patent protections for COVID-19 vaccines, but it remains unclear if that will actually lead greater access for poorer nations.
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NEW YORK (AP) — See the sights — and get a shot.
TORONTO (AP) — Canadian health officials said Wednesday they have become the first to approve Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for ages as young as 12.
NEW YORK (AP) — Teams of experts are projecting COVID-19's toll on the U.S. will fall sharply by the end of July, according to research released by the government Wednesday.
According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, 44.48% of Brazos County residents 16 and over have received at least one dose, and 31.5% have been fully vaccinated. Both figures are lower in every county that touches Brazos County except for Washington County, which has 36% of its eligible residents fully vaccinated.
CANBERRA, Australia — Australia’s prime minister is resisting mounting pressure to lift a temporary ban on flights from India, saying any early resumption of arrivals from that pandemic hot spot would erode Australia’s quarantine capability.
President Joe Biden is setting a new vaccination goal to deliver at least one dose to 70% of adult Americans by July 4. The goal also includes fully vaccinating 160 million adults by then.
NEW DELHI (AP) — COVID-19 infections and deaths are mounting with alarming speed in India with no end in sight to the crisis and a top expert warning that the coming weeks in the country of nearly 1.4 billion people will be “horrible.”
America's daily Covid-19 cases and deaths are now about one-fifth of what they were during their winter peaks -- and one expert says the country's improved numbers have a lot to do with the climbing vaccinations.
The government begins handing out $28.6 billion in grants to restaurants. Celebrities hold concert to make vaccine pitch. And, US air travel just hit pandemic-era record. Get the latest.
BRUSSELS (AP) — In an announcement sure to be welcomed by travelers worldwide, EU officials on Monday proposed easing restrictions on visiting the 27-nation bloc as vaccination campaigns across the continent gather speed.
Locals are also brainstorming incentives, sending out emergency cellphone alerts, running clinics in workplace break rooms and hanging sign-up sheets in churches.
More than 101 million Americans are now fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Washington state is changing the way it allocates coronavirus vaccine as demand for the shots declines in some places.
Free beer, pot and doughnuts. Savings bonds. A chance to win an all-terrain vehicle. Places around the U.S. are offering incentives to try to energize the nation’s slowing vaccination drive and get Americans to roll up their sleeves.
Places around the U.S. are offering incentives — think free beer and donuts — to try to energize the nation’s slowing vaccination drive and get reluctant Americans to roll up their sleeves.
NEW DELHI (AP) — India set another global record in new virus cases Thursday, as millions of people in one state cast votes despite rising infections and the country geared up to open its vaccination rollout to all adults amid snags.
To date, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services, Brazos County has vaccinated 83,475 people ages 16+ (42.43%) with at least one dose and 52,916 people (27.4%) are fully vaccinated.
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Hearing of excess vaccine and unfilled appointments frustrates Dr. Aaron Roland, a family physician who has been lobbying for doses to inoculate his patients, many of whom are low-income, immigrants or elderly.