The study monitored 6.2 million recipients of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.
The findings only apply to "high-risk" patients with a mild or moderate case of COVID.
Can someone check the math on this?
The CDC study looked at Minnesota and nine other states.
Most participants were under 65 and had no preexisting conditions.
Two-thirds of the 150 patients involved in the study still had symptoms 1-2 months after disease onset.
From September 2017-September 2019, 153 sexual harassment allegations were filed, and 88 were substantiated.
The study doesn't come without faults, though there is enough info to suggest symptoms can be worse for pregnant women.
St. Cloud isn't a bad place to live, right?
Wisconsin is the place to go for nightlife, apparently.
Admit it, you start slinging curse words well before then.
Uh... maybe you should check with your doctor about this.
But overall, cancer is less common in those areas.
But the birth rate increased for people 30+.