Coronavirus News Roundup: FDA Adjusts EUA for Antibody Treatment

Here’s a roundup of the latest coronavirus-related news.

With all Americans 12 years and older able to get vaccinated for COVID-19 and the CDC releasing recent changes to guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals, it’s more important than ever to stay up-to-date on COVID-19 headlines.

Here’s a roundup of the latest coronavirus-related news.

Part 1: Leverage Technology to Maximize COVID-19 Vaccinations, Boost Clinical Services, and Transform Pharmacy Practice

Jason Ausili, PharmD, highlights President Biden's expectations for community pharmacies amid the COVID-19 vaccination effort.

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FDA Adjusts EUA for COVID-19 Antibody Treatment

The antibody combination COVID-19 treatment is the only one of its kind available in the United States.

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How Social Distancing Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Affected Migraine Patients

Migraine sufferers reported worsened symptoms during social distancing, which may be attributed to reduced sleep quality and physical activity.

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ISV Congress Offers Vaccine Updates And Information on Hypersensitivity

The last meeting of the COVID-19 vaccine congress from the International Society for Vaccines (ISV) provided information on the hypersensitivity events tied to mRNA vaccines as well as the most recent information on the Janssen and Novavax vaccines.

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Becerra Warns Against Charging Patients for COVID-19 Vaccination

In a letter to physicians and insurers, the HHS head reminds that patients can’t be charged for the vaccine.

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