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About Variants of the Virus that Causes COVID-19

About Variants of the Virus that Causes COVID-19

Information about the characteristics of these variants is rapidly emerging. Scientists are working to learn more about how easily they spread, whether they could cause more severe illness, and whether currently authorized vaccines will protect people against them.

Find data and technical information about variants circulating in the United States:

What We know

Viruses constantly change through mutation, and new variants of a virus are expected to occur. Sometimes new variants emerge and disappear. Other times, new variants persist. Multiple variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 have been documented in the United States and globally during this pandemic.

Viruses constantly change and become more diverse. Scientists monitor these changes, including changes to the spikes

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American Nurses Association Adds COVID-19 Vaccines to Longstanding Position on Immunization and Supports OSHA Emergency Standard Giving Nurses New Protections from COVID-19

As COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a danger for nurses, the American Nurses Association (ANA) remains committed to advocating for more protections for nurses, in addition to updating its own policies and positions to account for present best practices and recommendations from the broader health care community.

As a result, ANA recently updated its longstanding position for all nurses and health care professionals to be immunized against vaccine-preventable diseases now includes the three COVID-19 vaccines being administered under the Food and Drug Administration’s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) process. The ANA Board of Directors unanimously approved the position that all nurses should get vaccinated unless they have a medical issue that makes vaccination unadvisable. This position extends only to the three vaccines currently available under EUA and does not extend to any future CO

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‘Ghosted’ Long COVID Patients Validated by America’s Top Physicians in New Book

Doctors reveal the truth behind the terrible post-COVID epidemic now striking millions of parents and children

Award-winning medical journalist Michael Bowker interviews physicians and experts from the NIH, Mount Sinai, Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Stanford University, and medical centers in Europe, Africa and elsewhere, who share the shocking truth behind the Long Haulers Syndrome epidemic. Striking mostly people under 65 years old, it is disabling millions of parents and children in America and more than one hundred million people worldwide.

These patients were often 'ghosted' by their personal physicians who misdiagnosed their symptoms by labeling them psychosomatic. Many patients have suffered doubt and even suicidal depression as a result.

For the first time in these interviews, patients are assured by top medical experts that their lingering and often wildly divergent and devas

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Duke University School of Nursing Welcomes Vincent Guilamo-Ramos as its New Dean

As of July 1, Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, PhD, MPH, LCSW, RN, ANP-BC, PMHNP-BC, AAHIVS, FAAN, has officially begun his role as dean of the Duke University School of Nursing and the vice chancellor for nursing affairs for Duke University.

Dr. Guilamo-Ramos leads as the School’s 12th dean and second alumnus to serve in the position. He earned his MSN from the Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner – Primary Care Program with a HIV specialty certificate.

“As dean, I look forward to building on the long tradition of excellence in clinical training at the Duke School of Nursing and to working with faculty, students, alumni and stakeholders to further position our school and profession as influential agents for elimination of chronic health inequities — in the United States and abroad,” he said. “To this end, it is a priority to advance the School’s leadership in the development of nurse-led mode

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