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Washington U study finds clues to long-term COVID-19 immunity in survivors' bone marrow

Washington U study finds clues to long-term COVID-19 immunity in survivors' bone marrow

Subscribe to keep reading. You can cancel at any time.Already a subscriber?or .Loading&hellp;Register for more free articles.Stay logged in to skip the surveys.You are the owner of this article.You have permission to edit this article.© 2021 Lee EnterprisesWashington U study finds clues to long-term COVID-19 immunity in survivors' bone marrowShare thisST. LOUIS — Researchers here have discovered cells in the bone marrow of COVID-19 survivors that were still producing antibodies against the virus months after recovery, suggesting immunity may last far longer than once thought.In a study...

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May 26
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Edwards: Inmates 'jimmied' locks, escaped cells before mayhem erupted at jail | Law and order | stltoday.com

Edwards: Inmates 'jimmied' locks, escaped cells before mayhem erupted at jail | Law and order | stltoday.com

This browser does not support the video element.ST. LOUIS — A faulty locking system allowed inmates at a downtown city jail to escape their cells Saturday before freeing other “very violent people” who then caused widespread damage on a floor of the jail, including smashing exterior windows and sending flaming debris to the sidewalk below, city officials said.About 115 inmates took control of the fourth floor of the City Justice Center, where they set fires, clogged toilets, flooded parts of the floor and caused other damage, officials said.Dozens of people gathered to watch from across...

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Missouri not vaccinating quickly enough to curb virus by summer. 'We need speed,' doctor says

Missouri not vaccinating quickly enough to curb virus by summer. 'We need speed,' doctor says

Support local journalism. Subscribe to keep reading.Already a subscriber?or .Loading&hellp;You are the owner of this article.You have permission to edit this article.© 2021 Lee EnterprisesMissouri not vaccinating quickly enough to curb virus by summer. 'We need speed,' doctor saysShare this?I don't like shots,? said maintenance employee Randy Waldron, who receives his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from RN Geana Nordike on Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, at the COVID Clinic inside the former SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital. On Friday SLU administered their 5000th dose of the COVID-19...

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Annika Merrilees
Jan 23
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Despite dip in cases, Missouri adds near-record COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations tick upward

Despite dip in cases, Missouri adds near-record COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations tick upward

Subscribe now to keep reading. You can cancel at any time.Already a subscriber?or .Loading&hellp;You are the owner of this article.You have permission to edit this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesDespite dip in cases, Missouri adds near-record COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations tick upwardShare thisST. LOUIS — The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services on Tuesday reported 161 more deaths due to COVID-19, the third-highest daily number the state has seen so far.Of those, 137 occurred in prior weeks: One occurred in August, 11 in October and 125 in November.The state has reported...

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Dec 18
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Area officials rein in Thanksgiving: St. Charles orders bar curfew. St. Louis urges quarantine. Missouri deaths hit record.

Area officials rein in Thanksgiving: St. Charles orders bar curfew. St. Louis urges quarantine. Missouri deaths hit record.

Subscribe now to keep reading. You can cancel at any time.Already a subscriber?or .Loading&hellp;You are the owner of this article.You have permission to edit this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesArea officials rein in Thanksgiving: St. Charles orders bar curfew. St. Louis urges quarantine. Missouri deaths hit record.Share thisST. LOUIS — As Missouri on Tuesday reported record COVID-19 deaths, and hospitalizations climbed in the St. Louis area, officials urged residents to cancel big Thanksgiving plans in hopes of preventing a spike in cases after the holiday.St. Louis County issued a public...

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Dec 7
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'Our hospitals are almost full' as virus spreads across St. Louis region

'Our hospitals are almost full' as virus spreads across St. Louis region

or×On your next view you will be asked to:×Subscribe today for unlimited access×Subscribe today for unlimited access×Keep reading with our special offer: $5/5 months. You can cancel at any time.orYou are the owner of this article.You have permission to edit this article.© 2020 Lee Enterprises'Our hospitals are almost full' as virus spreads across St. Louis regionShare thisST. LOUIS — The average number of COVID-19 patients admitted to St. Louis-area hospitals each day reached a record high on Monday, and area officials warned residents that they had little time to avoid disaster.The region...

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Nov 4
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Illinois reaches new virus record: ‘We have a real problem on our hands,’ Pritzker says

Illinois reaches new virus record: ‘We have a real problem on our hands,’ Pritzker says

or×On your next view you will be asked to:×Subscribe today for unlimited access×Subscribe today for unlimited access×Keep reading with our special offer: $5/5 months. You can cancel at any time.orYou are the owner of this article.You have permission to edit this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesIllinois reaches new virus record: ‘We have a real problem on our hands,’ Pritzker saysShare thisIllinois reported 6,363 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, the highest one-day increase since the beginning of the pandemic.Faced with rising cases and hospitalizations, Gov. J.B. Pritzker...

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Potosi teacher dies after fight with COVID-19. ‘A special person,’ sister says

Potosi teacher dies after fight with COVID-19. ‘A special person,’ sister says

or×On your next view you will be asked to:×Subscribe today for unlimited access×Subscribe today for unlimited access×Subscribe with a special offer to keep reading. You can cancel at any time.orYou are the owner of this article.You have permission to edit this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesPotosi teacher dies after fight with COVID-19. ‘A special person,’ sister saysShare thisAshLee DeMarinis with her sister, Jennifer Heissenbuttel, left. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Heissenbuttel.AshLee DeMarinis. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Heissenbuttel.ST. LOUIS — A Washington County school teacher has...

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Sep 9
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