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Md. puts teachers in vaccine Phase 1B

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Teachers in Md. will be in line to get vaccinated against Covid-19 sooner than expected, thanks to a governor who prioritized their job function.

FDA authorizes emergency use of Pfizer’s vaccine

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The FDA officially approved emergency use authorization for a Covid-19 vaccine Friday. The beginning of the end.

Clinton, Bush, Obama say they’ll get vaccinated

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Vaccines against Covid-19 are making their way through government regulatory agencies; the 3 living former presidents say they're ready.

Vaccine is closer; Hogan, Biden: Wear a mask

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Gov't leaders keep stressing the importance of mask-wearing & social distancing, even as a drug company announces good vaccine news.

School cancelled in Litchfield IL over flu outbreak

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Because several students have been absent due to a flu outbreak in S. Ill., one district just cancelled school to make a 4-day weekend.

S. Car. worries, a little, about a vaccine exemption

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Despite evidence to the contrary, some people still think immunizations cause autism. They don't, but even the president has said they do.

Pro-vaccination messages may backfire

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A new study out of the UK suggests more research is needed when developing messaging that promotes the use of vaccinations for schoolkids.

Present debate shifts focus away from student issues

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There are, to be sure, real issues facing America. But the present debate has caused lawmakers to lose focus and move away from actual solutions.

Non-issues abound about autism with Trump

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Pres. Trump spoke a little, and a little too dimly, about autism at a White House event yesterday with US Ed. Sec. Betsy DeVos.

Most Americans still say vaccines worth the risk

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Should you immunize children against certain diseases, like measles, mumps, and rubella? What do Americans think about vaccines these days?