uscoronavirus jun23 The White House declared that The Biden administration has already met President Joe Biden's goal of 70 percent of U.S. adults 30 and older covered under at least one shot of anti-corona vaccine. "We got here because the President treated this as a wartime effort; built a whole-of-government response to defeat the pandemic; and mobilized state and local governments, the private and non-profit sec

joebidenvirus jun23 The White House has announced plans for large celebrations in communities across the United States on Fourth of July to celebrate what it called "independence from the virus." In a symbolic gesture, more than 1,000 people consisting of military and frontline workers will gather on the White House lawn. At a routine White House briefing, COVID-19 Response Coordinator Jeff Zients said the coronavi

usglobalvaccine jun22 The U.S. Government has announced the distribution list for the remaining 55 million doses of the 80 million coronavirus vaccine doses that President Joe Biden has pledged to supply globally. Approximately 41 million doses will be shared through COVAX, the White House said.

uscoronavirus jun22 The United States on Monday reached a milestone of 150 million people fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. This is 45.2 percent of the U.S. population. More than 77 percent of people above 65 years in the country are in this category, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest data. Nearly 60 percent of U.S. adults have been fully protected from the communicable d

uscoronavirus jun21 A factsheet released by the White House says that due to President Joe Biden's COVID-19 strategy, "the virus is in retreat." 300 million shots have been administered in 150 days; COVID-19 cases and deaths have decreased by more than 90 percent; and the economy is experiencing the strongest rebound in decades, it added. "The progress on vaccinations has brought COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and

Theravance Biopharma, Inc. (TBPH), a biopharmaceutical company primarily focused on organ-selective medicines, announced Monday that its Phase 2 study of 3 mg once-daily nezulcitinib did not meet the primary endpoint. Nezulcitinib, also known as TD-0903, is an investigational, inhaled, lung-selective,...

uscoronavirus jun18 The White House announced that cases of coronavirus infections and deaths in the United States are at the lowest levels since the start of the pandemic. "Instead of heading into a summer, like last summer — of isolation, uncertainty, and loss — we're headed into a summer of joy, celebration, and increasing freedom from the virus," COVID-19 Response Coordinator Jeff Zients said at a routine news

ussupremecourt 0618 The Supreme Court has dismissed a challenge to the Affordable Care Act in a decision that could mark the end of the line for major legal challenges to the Obama-era health care law. It was the third major challenge that the Republicans posed against the Affordable Care Act that ensured health care coverage for millions of Americans. Some of its provisions, including coverage for pre-existing cond

uscoronavirus jun17 The United States on Wednesday reported 12433 new coronavirus infections, taking the national total to 33,498,511. This is lower than the 7-day average of 12819. 374 new deaths reported on the same day took the total COVID death toll in the country to 600,653, as per the latest data from Johns Hopkins University. The 7-day average of COVID deaths is 332. Texas reported the most number of cases -

california 061621 People of California Tuesday celebrated the grand full reopening of the state, the worst-affected by the pandemic, after lockdown for more than a year. The state had suffered the worst record in both the COVID metrics - 3,804,871 cases and 63,208 deaths - in the United States. Governor Gavin Newsom welcomed the milestone at Universal Studios Hollywood, where he highlighted the attractions Califo

uscoronavirus jun16 The United States on Tuesday reported 12580 new coronavirus infections, taking the national total to 33,486,912. This is less than the 7-day average of 13747. 353 new deaths reported on the same day took the total COVID death toll in the country to 600,287. The 7-day average of COVID deaths is 341. California reported the most number of cases -1218, and most deaths - 55. A total of 28,578,701 p

uscoronavirus jun15 The United States on Monday reached the grim milestone of losing 600,000 lives due to the COVID-19 pandemic. US President Joe Biden, who is in Europe to attend a series of international summits, offered tributes to the American victims of the deadly virus. "My heart goes out to all those who have lost a loved one. I know that black hole that seems to consume you, that fills up your chest when y

atossa 061521 Breast cancer is said to be the second most common cancer in women after skin cancer. As of January 2021, there were over 3.8 million women with a history of breast cancer in the U.S., according to BreastCancer.org. Estrogen receptor-positive (ER-positive) breast cancer accounts for 78% of the breast cancers.

uscoronavirus jun14 COVID-19 metrics in the United States fell to the levels seen during the initial stages of the pandemic. New cases and deaths recorded on Sunday were the lowest in more than a year. With 5,285 new cases, the number of people infected with coronavirus in the U.S. increased to 34,321,158. This is nearly one third of the weekly average of 14,288 cases.

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