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Effective Immediately Private Employer Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates Are Prohibited 2021

Effective Immediately Private Employer Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates Are Prohibited 2021

The C.D.C. on Friday endorsed booster shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna coronavirus vaccines for all adults, a move that brought tens of millions fully vaccinated adults a step closer to a third shot.

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Dr. Bertha Hidalgo, an associate professor of epidemiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, said that “in order to make it through this winter,” people would have to be diligent about getting boosters and understand that “some risk remains” as the pandemic drags on.

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Here is a rundown of those developments.

Boosters for all adults.
The C.D.C. on Friday endorsed booster shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna coronavirus vaccines for all adults, a move that brought tens of millions fully vaccinated adults a step closer to a third shot.

Boosters are recommended six months after the second shot of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. With this final step, boosters should be available this weekend, allowing many Americans to get a shot before the Thanksgiving holiday.

The new recommendations say everyone aged 50 and older — most of whom have other risk factors — as well as those 18 and older living in long-term care facilities “should” get a booster. Other Americans who are 18 and older “may” opt for one if they wish, based on individual risk and benefit.

Several advisers said at the meeting that they hoped the simpler age-based guidelines would ease some of the confusion about who was eligible for the extra shots.

An advisory committee to the C.D.C. unanimously voted in favor of the booster shots. Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky, the agency’s director, later formally accepted the recommendation.

Desperate to dampen even a dim echo of last winter’s horrors, the administration is betting that booster shots will shore up what some have characterized as waning immunity against infection among the fully vaccinated.

The F.D.A. authorized boosters of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for all adults on Friday, but the C.D.C. generally makes the recommendations followed by the medical profession.

Pfizer seeks to have its Covid antiviral pill authorized.
Pfizer asked the F.D.A. to authorize its antiviral pill to treat unvaccinated people with Covid who are at high risk of becoming severely ill, the company said on Tuesday.

The drug, which will be sold under the brand name Paxlovid and is geared toward older people and those who have obesity or medical conditions, could become available within weeks if authorization is granted.

It is meant to be dispensed by pharmacies, taken at home and reach far more patients than other Covid drugs that are typically given by infusion.

The Biden administration is planning to pay more than $5 billion for a stockpile of the pills, enough for about 10 million courses of treatment, after the company gears up production next year.

Senior federal health officials described the pill as a powerful new weapon against Covid. When given promptly to trial groups of high-risk unvaccinated people who developed symptoms of the disease, the drug sharply reduced the risk of hospitalization and death.

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The U.S. plans to expand Covid vaccine manufacturing.
The White House, under pressure to increase the supply of coronavirus vaccines to poor nations, plans to invest billions of dollars to expand U.S. manufacturing capacity, with the goal of producing at least one billion doses a year beginning in the second half of 2022.

President Biden has pledged to fight the coronavirus pandemic by making the United States the “arsenal of vaccines” for the world. But national self-interest is also at work; as long as vaccination rates remain low in other parts of the world, allowing the virus to spread, dangerous new variants could arise and plunge the United States into crisis once again.

Loyce Pace, the director of global affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services, said that more than half of the world’s five million coronavirus deaths had occurred in low- and middle-income countries, and that vaccination rates in some of them were “in the single digits.”

Apoorva Mandavilli, Sharon LaFraniere, Noah Weiland, Rebecca Robbins and Sheryl Gay Stolberg contributed reporting.

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Skirmishes break out as thousands march in Vienna against Austria’s Covid measures.
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Austrians Protest Lockdown and Vaccine Mandate
Thousands in Vienna demonstrated against the measures, which includes a nationwide lockdown that the government said would begin on Monday.
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Austrians Protest Lockdown and Vaccine Mandate
Thousands in Vienna demonstrated against the measures, which includes a nationwide lockdown that the government said would begin on Monday.CreditCredit…Lisa Leutner/Associated Press
VIENNA — Chanting “freedom” and “resistance,” thousands of Austrians marched through the heart of Vienna on Saturday, united in their anger at their government’s decision to impose a new lockdown and a sweeping nationwide vaccine mandate in an effort to squelch a fresh resurgence of the coronavirus.

The police in Vienna estimated that up to 40,000 people took part in the march, families and far-right groups alike. The protests were largely peaceful throughout the afternoon, but as dusk fell over the Austrian capital, skirmishes broke out between officers and groups of demonstrators.

The size of the turnout surprised officials and reflected the depth of opposition to the government’s efforts to crack down on those who continue to resist vaccination, nearly two years after the pandemic first reached Europe.

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