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The following collection of articles from The Conversation’s archives traces the winding path of the development of COVID-19 vaccines for the youngest children. more
Monkeypox isn’t a new disease. The first confirmed human case was in 1970 when the virus was isolated from a child suspected of having smallpox in the Democratic Republic of Congo. more
Heart complications have been increasingly connected to people who have contracted COVID-19, but other heart problems have been tied to the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Here's the difference. more
The figures represent a downturn from Omicron’s peak in Central Florida during the week of Jan. 17 of more than 1,100 inpatients with COVID-19 in the health care system’s Central Florida Division. more
About 630 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 throughout AdventHealth’s Central Florida hospitals, an increase that underscores the continued severity of the virus in many people in the … more
Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings shared today updates on COVID-19 stats, tests available and testing sites, emergency funds still available to help tenants, and more. more
As families get together for holiday festivities, New Year’s celebrations, and other wintertime gatherings, how will omicron affect Florida? more
AdventHealth's Centra Care positivity rate has proven to be a predictor of an increase in hospitalized cases during previous surges. more
As COVID-19 boosters continue to become available for more age groups,, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday raised concerns. more
Florida has ordered an initial supply of pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for young kids ages 5 to 11, but not every county health department has received the smaller vials yet. more
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