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ADPH: Despite more vaccines and vaccinations, don’t give up your masks

ADPH: Despite more vaccines and vaccinations, don’t give up your masks

Wearing face coverings after getting vaccinated By BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Alabama is expecting to receive more than 40,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine this week. The J&J vaccine is a single dose vaccine and can provide more shots to more people. But whether you get this vaccine or one of the other two dose vaccines, you are urged to keep your masks on for a while longer. Dr. Karen Landers with the Alabama Department of Public Health understands people are tired of wearing masks and social distancing, but even with positive cases coming down and more people getting the shots,...

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Possibility of herd immunity in Alabama by late spring

Possibility of herd immunity in Alabama by late spring

Alabama could be close to herd immunity by spring By BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Today a UAB epidemiologist said Alabama could be close to herd immunity by early spring but there is an important word of caution. Dr. Suzanna Judd said the numbers are trending in the right direction to show more people are getting vaccinated in addition to people who have had unreported cases of COVID-19 and recovered. “It could be ten to one. Ten people had COVID, did not have a positive test but still have immunity to COVID,” Judd said. Judd said in Alabama that number could be five to one or three to one....

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A map that fills a 500-million year gap in Earth's history

A map that fills a 500-million year gap in Earth's history

and provide funding as members of The Conversation AU.Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons license.Earth is estimated to be around 4.5 billion years old, with life first appearing around .To unravel this incredible history, scientists use a range of different techniques to determine when and where continents moved, how life evolved, how climate changed over time, when our oceans rose and fell, and how land was shaped. Tectonic plates – the huge, constantly moving slabs of rock that make up the outermost layer of the Earth, the crust – are central to...

July 8, 2017
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