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Half Of U.S. Adults Have Gotten A Vaccine, But COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Remains

Half Of U.S. Adults Have Gotten A Vaccine, But COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Remains

Half Of U.S. Adults Have Gotten A Vaccine, But COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Remains Today, eligibility is open to all adults in every state. Yet, there are headwinds to getting the rest of the population vaccinated.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsToday, eligibility is open to all adults in every state. Yet, there are headwinds to getting the rest of the population vaccinated.NPR thanks our sponsors

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Apr 19
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Supplies Of COVID-19 Vaccines Vary In Parts Of The U.S.

Supplies Of COVID-19 Vaccines Vary In Parts Of The U.S.

Supplies Of COVID-19 Vaccines Vary In Parts Of The U.S. With more than 3 million vaccinations a day, there are now some areas of the country where supply of COVID-19 vaccines outstrips demand, while other areas are seeing a shortage of shots.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsWith more than 3 million vaccinations a day, there are now some areas of the country where supply of COVID-19 vaccines outstrips demand, while other areas are seeing a shortage of shots.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:More than 3 million Americans are getting a COVID vaccination every single day. That's a lot. But the...

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Apr 12
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Would You Use An App To Verify Your Vaccine Status? The Idea Is Here To Stay

Would You Use An App To Verify Your Vaccine Status? The Idea Is Here To Stay

Vaccine Passports? From Colleges To Cruise Ships, Proof of Vaccinations Required : Shots - Health News From sporting arenas to colleges and cruise ships, many businesses are planning to ask customers to prove they've had their shots. Smartphone apps may be coming soon.A political debate has erupted over the idea of requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for entry into certain settings. While politicians argue over equity and privacy concerns, some businesses and institutions are moving ahead and developing apps for people to prove their status easily and securely. When students return to...

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Apr 12
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Despite Increased Vaccinations, COVID-19 Cases Remain High

Despite Increased Vaccinations, COVID-19 Cases Remain High

Despite Increased Vaccinations, COVID-19 Cases Remain High As vaccine makers start testing re-tooled versions to target variants, how long will immunity hold up? And as vaccines open to all adults, some are still waiting. Why?Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsAs vaccine makers start testing re-tooled versions to target variants, how long will immunity hold up? And as vaccines open to all adults, some are still waiting. Why?NOEL KING, HOST:We have mixed news on coronavirus as we start the week. More than 61 million Americans are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and almost 4...

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Apr 5
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CDC Says Travel Is Safe 2 Weeks After Getting A Final COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

CDC Says Travel Is Safe 2 Weeks After Getting A Final COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

CDC Says Travel Is Safe 2 Weeks After Getting A Final COVID-19 Vaccine Dose The CDC says people who have been fully vaccinated can travel safely two weeks after their final dose. But the agency is still advising against nonessential trips during the current rise in cases.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe CDC says people who have been fully vaccinated can travel safely two weeks after their final dose. But the agency is still advising against nonessential trips during the current rise in cases.AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:The CDC issued new travel guidance today. The agency says...

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Apr 2
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Vaccination Pace Increases But So Does Rate Of New COVID-19 Cases

Vaccination Pace Increases But So Does Rate Of New COVID-19 Cases

Vaccination Pace Increases But So Does Rate Of New COVID-19 Cases After weeks of decline, coronavirus cases are up in many states. An ex-Trump COVID-19 task force member says hundreds of thousand of deaths may have been prevented if stronger action had been taken.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsAfter weeks of decline, coronavirus cases are up in many states. An ex-Trump COVID-19 task force member says hundreds of thousand of deaths may have been prevented if stronger action had been taken.NPR thanks our sponsors

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Mar 29
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As Vaccinations Continue, COVID-19 Cases Plateau. Is Progress Stalled?

As Vaccinations Continue, COVID-19 Cases Plateau. Is Progress Stalled?

As Vaccinations Continue, COVID-19 Cases Plateau. Is Progress Stalled? An increasing number of Americans expect something like "normal" to return within the next six months. But health officials say we should stay vigilant even as the pace of vaccinations accelerates.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsAn increasing number of Americans expect something like "normal" to return within the next six months. But health officials say we should stay vigilant even as the pace of vaccinations accelerates.SCOTT DETROW, HOST:A record 2.9 million Americans got COVID-19 shots in their arms on...

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Mar 8
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Vaccine Supply Will Be Joined By Johnson & Johnson's 1-Dose Vaccine

Vaccine Supply Will Be Joined By Johnson & Johnson's 1-Dose Vaccine

Vaccine Supply Will Be Joined By Johnson & Johnson's 1-Dose Vaccine Johnson & Johnson's vaccine ships this week. It is 66% effective at preventing mild to moderate cases of COVID-19, and 93% effective at keeping people who do get the disease out of the hospital.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsJohnson & Johnson's vaccine ships this week. It is 66% effective at preventing mild to moderate cases of COVID-19, and 93% effective at keeping people who do get the disease out of the hospital.NPR thanks our sponsors

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Mar 1
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U.S. Near 500,000 Deaths From The Coronavirus Pandemic

U.S. Near 500,000 Deaths From The Coronavirus Pandemic

U.S. Near 500,000 Deaths From The Coronavirus Pandemic The U.S. is about to cross another grim milestone: nearly a half million people have died from COVID-19. New cases continue to decline, but there is an urgency to pick up the pace of vaccinations.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe U.S. is about to cross another grim milestone: nearly a half million people have died from COVID-19. New cases continue to decline, but there is an urgency to pick up the pace of vaccinations.NPR thanks our sponsors

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Feb 22
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New U.S. COVID-19 Cases Decline, Vaccination Pace Slows Too

New U.S. COVID-19 Cases Decline, Vaccination Pace Slows Too

New U.S. COVID-19 Cases Decline, Vaccination Pace Slows Too Johnson & Johnson vaccinations have resumed, which could facilitate new vaccination pop-up clinics. At the same time, doctors in rural areas are strategizing on how to get people to get the shot.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsJohnson & Johnson vaccinations have resumed, which could facilitate new vaccination pop-up clinics. At the same time, doctors in rural areas are strategizing on how to get people to get the shot.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:For all the concerns about more infectious variants of COVID-19, conditions in...

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Allison Aubrey
Apr 26
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