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Catching coronavirus gives 83% protection against reinfection for up to 5 months, a study suggests - but you could still spread the virus

A CVS pharmacist gives the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to a resident at the Emerald Court senior living community in Anaheim, California. Paul Bersebach/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images Catching coronavirus gives you about 83% protection from reinfection for up to five months, a large preliminary UK study suggests. This is comparable to the protection offered by vaccines. Work is ongoing to find out how long immunity lasts, whether vaccines work in people previo...
Tags: Health, UK, England, Trends, Healthcare, National Health Service, Pfizer, Public Health England, Young, Cvs, Hopkins, Tang, Eleanor Riley, Warwick Medical School, Moderna, Lawrence Young


AstraZeneca and Oxford's Stories Clash on COVID-19 Vaccine

AstraZeneca and Oxford University have given conflicting accounts of how they came upon the most effective dosing pattern for their COVID-19 vaccine, a rare instance of public dissension between major institutions collaborating on a pivotal project. From a report: The discrepancy, reported for the first time by Reuters, centres on the regimen administered to a smaller group of volunteers in the late-stage trials, of half a dose followed by a full dose. This diverged from the original plan of two...
Tags: Tech, Oxford, Astrazeneca, Oxford University, University of Edinburgh, Reuters, Eleanor Riley, Reuters Trust


US Coronavirus Child Cases Have Increased By 21% Since Early August, New Data Shows

(CNN) — More than 70,000 new Covid-19 cases in children have been reported across the US since early August, new data shows. Child cases increased by 21% between August 6 and August 20, according to an updated joint report from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children’s Hospital Association. More than 440,000 children have been infected in the US since the start of the pandemic, the report said. Despite the climbing numbers, severe illness in children from the virus is rare, the repor...
Tags: Health, Florida, UK, New York, Mississippi, Cdc, US, California News, Georgia, Connecticut, Bill De Blasio, De Blasio, University of Edinburgh, Yale University, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Academy of Pediatrics


Comment on endive salad with toasted breadcrumbs and walnuts by Eleanor Riley

Welcome back! Your blog was missed. This salad looks peerrrrfect. Going to serve it with fish I think.
Tags: Food, Eleanor Riley


Chris Cairns told players to assist match-fixing or ‘never play again’

• Lou Vincent’s former wife tells court of Cairns’ threat• ‘He said he could ensure that their careers would go badly’The former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns told other players they would “never play cricket” again unless they agreed to take part in match-fixing, a court in London has heard.Eleanor Riley, the ex-wife of the former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent, told the court how Vincent called her in tears in April 2008 saying he had agreed with Cairns to match-fix but had been unable t...
Tags: London, Sport, UK News, Cricket, New Zealand, Cairns, Chris Cairns, Lou Vincent, Vincent, Eleanor Riley