Recent media reports suggest fully vaccinated people from the U.S. may soon be able to travel internationally for leisure—but experts say several international focuses, including global Covid-19 surges and local restrictions abroad, may complicate that timeline, the New York Times reports.
On Sunday, the United States saw its lowest level of Covid-19 cases in nearly a year. But according to a Washington Post analysis, the death rate among the unvaccinated is about the same as it was two months ago—and the hospitalization rate is as high as it was three months ago.
In an investigation notice, CDC warned that chicken owners should not "kiss or snuggle backyard poultry" or "eat or drink around them" as doing so "can spread Salmonella germs," in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Georgia, Kansas, and Massachusetts.
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