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CDC data confirms J&J is the worst-performing COVID-19 vaccine in the US - but being unvaccinated is far more dangerous

Johnson & Johnson's one shot COVID-19 vaccine isn't performing as well as two shot mRNA vaccines. Stephen Zenner/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images The CDC has released data breaking down COVID-19 cases and deaths by vaccination status, as well as vaccine brand. The data shows "firstly, the vaccines work," an independent immunologist said. But it also suggests that Moderna's vaccine has an edge, and J&J's probably needs a boost. Two COVID-19 shots work better than on...
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These researchers are driving health equity with Fitbit

Under-resourced communities across the country have long faced disparities in health due to structural and long-standing inequities. Unfortunately, the pandemic has further widened many of these gaps. Still, health equity research in digital health remains limited. To help address these issues, we announced the Fitbit Health Equity Research Initiative earlier this year to help support underrepresented researchers who are early in their careers and working to address health disparities in comm...
Tags: Health, Google, Colorado, Georgia, Fitbit, Santa Barbara, Georgia Tech, Md, Oregon State University, John Moore, Texas A M University, Loveland Colo, PhD, Scripps Research, Rony, Sherilyn


4 leading public-health experts describe what it would take for them to fully return to normal life

A couple take a selfie as Madison Square Garden reopens for a full-capacity concert in New York City on June 20, 2021. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images Insider asked four public-health experts what it would take for them to fully return to their pre-pandemic lifestyles. Some are holding out for specific COVID-19 case rates or vaccination thresholds. Others are waiting to hear about fewer cases among their extended social networks. See more stories on Insider's business page. It's the quest...
Tags: Science, News, New York City, US, Trends, Thailand, South Africa, Delta, New Orleans, University of Florida, Salt Lake City, Birmingham, Louisiana, Anthony Fauci, University Of Alabama, Madison Square Garden


Chick-fil-A is opening a new delivery-only restaurant in 2 cities that will serve wings, salads, and BLTs

Chick-fil-A is launching a virtual concept in Nashville. Chick-fil-A Chick-fil-A is planning a new delivery restaurant concept for Nashville and Atlanta. Little Blue Menu will serve normal Chick-fil-A fare plus wings and other chicken dishes. Delivery concepts have become key as restaurants close dining rooms. See more stories on Insider's business page. Chick-fil-A's new delivery-only restaurant concept will launch this fall in Nashville, the chain announced.The concept, Little B...
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Headed to the beach for the holiday? What to know before you go

Summer on the coast is starting to wind down as the kids head back to school and tourists trickle back home. Labor Day is typically one of the biggest beach days of the year, and with local mountain resorts shut down by fires, or concerns of fire risk, no doubt the crowds will be flocking to the coast. If you plan on hitting the beach, there’s a few things to know before you go. Beat the heat The temperatures will start heating up as we get into the weekend, with the warmest days Saturday and ...
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3 leading COVID experts say there isn't clear evidence that healthy, vaccinated people will need booster shots 8 months out

An Ohio resident receives the COVID-19 vaccine in March 2021. Stephen Zenner/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images US health officials said Wednesday that a booster shot is recommended eight months after a person's second shot. Three leading COVID-19 experts say they aren't sure this is the right strategy to curb the pandemic. Ultimately, they said, we need to vaccinate the unvaccinated. See more stories on Insider's business page. The federal government has officially recom...
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3 leading COVID-19 experts say there isn't clear evidence that healthy, vaccinated people will need booster shots 8 months out

An Ohio resident receives the COVID-19 vaccine in March. Stephen Zenner/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images On Wednesday, US officials recommended a booster shot eight months after a person's second jab. Three COVID-19 experts said they weren't sure this was the right strategy to curb the pandemic. Ultimately, they said, we need to vaccinate the unvaccinated. See more stories on Insider's business page. The federal government has recommended COVID-19 booster shots for all....
Tags: New York, Science, Cdc, Israel, US, America, Trends, Healthcare, Delta, Ohio, Philadelphia, Fda, Pfizer, Vaccine, Biden, Anthony Fauci


Photos from 25 years ago show what Afghanistan looked like the last time the Taliban took over

Three Taliban militiamen dance alongside one of their tanks at a position some 15 kms north of Kabul Saturday November 9, 1996 on their way to the front line. AP Photo/Santiago Lyon The Taliban took over Afghanistan Sunday after US forces withdrew and the Afghani government folded. Photos from more than two decades ago show what life was like under Taliban rule from 1996 to 2001. WARNING: Some photos contain graphic content. See more stories on Insider's business page. Photos from Afg...
Tags: Politics, Osama Bin Laden, US, Trends, Ap, Features, Afghanistan, Taliban, Kabul, Ashraf Ghani, KABUL Afghanistan, John Moore, Kandahar, Afghani, Tomas Munita, Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan


Amazon says it'll delay a return to the office until January

John Moore/Getty Images Amazon said tech and corporate employees will not return regularly to the office until January. The company is monitoring COVID-19 conditions worldwide, a spokesperson said. The announcement follows similar moves by Uber and Microsoft, who plan to return in October. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon said it's pushing back the planned return of its tech and corporate employees to the office, according to internal emails seen by the Seattle ...
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Amazon will delay a return to the office until January 2022

John Moore/Getty Images Amazon tech and corporate employees will not return regularly to the office until January 2022. The company is monitoring COVID-19 conditions around the world, a spokesperson said. The announcement follows similar moves by Uber and Microsoft, who currently plan to return in October. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon is pushing back the planned return of its tech and corporate employees to the office, according to internal emails seen by the Se...
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A San Francisco hospital is offering a dose of Pfizer's or Moderna's vaccine to people who got J&J

Nurse Elizabeth Johnson administers a COVID-19 vaccine to Melissa Mendez in Reading, Pennsylvania. Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle/Getty Images A San Francisco hospital is letting people who got Johnson & Johnson's vaccine get a dose of Pfizer's or Moderna's. J&J's shot may be the least effective against the Delta variant. But US regulators haven't recommended extra shots or boosters for any Americans yet. See more stories on Insider's business page. It'...
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A survey of long-haulers found 66 symptoms that lasted more than 6 months. Tiredness and brain fog were most common.

Maria Romero, a coronavirus long-hauler in Stamford, Connecticut, on December 22, 2020. John Moore/Getty Images Researchers at University College London say there may be up to 203 symptoms related to long COVID. In a survey of more than 3,600 long-haulers, fatigue and brain fog were commonly reported. The leader of the research said there may be "thousands of long COVID patients suffering in silence." See more stories on Insider's business page. Long haulers may experience up to 203 di...
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Some experts say J&J vaccine recipients should get an mRNA booster. Here's what we know about mixing shots.

J&J's review process is more compassionate, more conversational, and places a greater emphasis on the employee's future growth. Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images Some people who got the J&J vaccine are seeking mRNA booster shots. The CDC and FDA don't recommend mixing vaccines, but experts say it can't hurt. Early data on mixing vaccines suggests it could trigger a stronger immune response. See more stories on Insider's business page. As the Delta variant becomes...
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One year or 5? Doctors and drug companies increasingly disagree about when we'll need COVID-19 booster shots

Marianne Ayala/Insider Booster shots may not be medically necessary for another one to five years, disease experts wager. But pharmaceutical companies are prepping to distribute boosters to the US before the end of 2021. In either case, boosters probably won't require the same urgency as initial vaccines do. See more stories on Insider's business page. The next vaccine race is underway - this time for booster shots.Leading vaccine developers, including Pfizer, Moderna, and Novavax...
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The 17 best swim trunks for every style

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Bonobos Beat the summer heat and dive into some cool water in a cool new pair of swim trunks. We've included retro styles with shorter inseams, boardshorts that end at or below the knee, and everything in between. Many brands offer eco-friendly swim trunks made from recycled materials that look good and do good. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Summer is here and that means getting into some coo...
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The 14 best swim trunks for every style

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Bonobos Beat the summer heat and dive into some cool water in a cool new pair of swim trunks. We've included retro styles with shorter inseams, boardshorts that end at or below the knee, and everything in between. Many brands offer eco-friendly swim trunks made from recycled materials that look good and do good. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Summer is here and that means getting into some coo...
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3 lingering questions about COVID-19 vaccines will shape the pandemic's trajectory into 2022 and beyond

A medical assistant administers a COVID-19 vaccine dose to a woman at a clinic in Los Angeles on March 25, 2021. Mario Tama/Getty Images Coronavirus vaccines have been a stunning success story of the pandemic. But there are still a few key unanswered questions about the COVID-19 vaccines we have. Some of the biggest: How long does vaccine protection last, and how good will it be against new variants? See more stories on Insider's business page. Hot vax summer is here.More than half o...
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One chart shows how COVID-19 vaccines stack up against 4 worrisome variants, including the one found in India

Medical workers administer COVID-19 vaccines in Mumbai, India, April 13, 2021. Rajanish Kakade/AP Some coronavirus variants are more transmissible and can partially evade vaccine-induced antibodies. But COVID-19 vaccines appear to be effective against many variants, including those found in India. The charts below compare worrisome variants and how well leading vaccines work against them. See more stories on Insider's business page. Sixteen months into the pandemic, half of all US adul...
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The 14 best swim trunks for every style and need

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Bonobos There are swim trunks for every style and need, whether you're surfing or just lounging poolside. Many brands have introduced eco-friendly trunks that are even better than the traditional versions. Swim trunks have gotten a little shorter so dare to show a little more leg this summer. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky The days are getting warmer, and summer is nearly here. You may think ...
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A 'perfect storm' is causing massive rental-car shortages, and prices are skyrocketing up to $700 a day in popular destinations

Hertz. Cindy Ord/Getty Images A "perfect storm" has created a car-rental shortage across the US, an expert said. Prices have risen to $700 per day in some markets, becoming more expensive than airfare and hotels. If you want to avoid these high prices, plan ahead. See more stories on Insider's business page. A rental-car shortage is pummeling the US and may only get worse as travel increases.Vaccinations and easing travel restrictions have been pushing more people to travel again. Airl...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Florida, News, Enterprise, Montana, US, Trends, Hawaii, Avis, Deutsche Bank, Rental Car, Hertz, Orlando, Puerto Rico, Orlando Florida


In search of transparency at the border

On Tuesday, reporters finally were allowed access inside the main border detention facility at Donna, Texas, where thousands of migrants — mostly unaccompanied minors — are being held by the Department of Homeland Security. The facility at Donna has a capacity of 250 people under COVID-19 safety restrictions. Journalists reported that there are currently 4,100 people crammed inside. By law, DHS is required to transfer children to Health and Human Services shelters in less than 72 hours, but with...
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The 'border-industrial complex' is bigger than Trump or Biden, and it thrives on crisis

US Border Patrol agents follow the tire tracks of drug smugglers through the Sonoran Desert in the Tohono O'odham Reservation in Arizona, near the US-Mexico border, December 9, 2010. Getty Images/John Moore President Donald Trump made the US-Mexico border, and migration there, a centerpiece of his presidency. An influx of migrants at the border has become a dominant issue of President Joe Biden's first weeks in office. How Biden addresses the border remains to be seen, but his admi...
Tags: Politics, Washington Post, Washington, Mexico, Senate, White House, Iraq, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Dhs, Afghanistan, United States, House, Border, Bill Clinton


Photojournalist: Biden giving media 'zero access' to border operations

Award-winning photo journalist John Moore blasted the Biden administration for giving "zero access" to the media.
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2021 is a 'turning point' for inflation and stock investors should anticipate lower long-term returns as a result, Bank of America says

John Moore/Getty Images Bank of America sees 2021 as a "turning point" for inflation that could weigh on stock returns. An economic re-opening, $1.9 trillion stimulus, and vaccine rollout could push up inflation.The firm is bullish on value stocks, cyclicals, commodities and real assets against this backdrop. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.The lower inflation of the last 40 years that sent interest rates down and stock market valuations higher has ...
Tags: Washington, US, Trends, Markets, Bank Of America, Treasury, Hartnett, John Moore, BofA, Michael Hartnett, Stock Market Outlook, Emily Graffeo, Getty Images Bank of America, Inflation Outlook, Stocks And Inflation, MI Exclusive


Can my boss make me get a COVID-19 vaccine? The answer is complicated

Yes, your boss can require that you get a COVID-19 vaccination. Will they? That’s a more complicated answer, influenced by who you are, what you do, where you work and how badly you’re needed. And there are exceptions. It’s still early, of course, with not enough doses for most working Californians. But as vaccine distribution expands, companies are racing to desi gn the policies needed to open, get back to business and prevent fatal, on-the-job contagion – while not losing valuable employees wh...
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Coronavirus live news: Novavax says vaccine is effective against UK variant; Paris hospitals to suspend jabs next week

UK has ordered 60m doses of Novavax jab; French health authority says only enough doses left for second shots from 2 FebruaryEU could block millions of vaccine doses from entering UK with new powersGermany recommends Oxford vaccine not be used on over-65sGermany pushes on with travel ban as EU tries to coordinate rulesFrench police accused of breaking curfew with Macarena partyDramatic drop in Covid cases gives India hope of return to normal life 10.29pm GMT John Moore, a professor of micro...
Tags: UK, New York, India, Eu, World news, US news, United States, Paris, Brazil, Pfizer, John Moore, Novavax, Weill Cornell Medical College, Moderna, Coronavirus, Novavax UK


The scoop on Walmart's latest health venture

Welcome to Business Insider's daily healthcare newsletter, your daily dose of pharma, biotech, and healthcare news. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Hello,Today in healthcare news: Walmart's quietly building a startup that wants to use data to help customers make healthier choices, a senior living chain is requiring employees to get shots, and Verve's building a gene-editing treatment for heart disease.  A Walmart per...
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Goldman Sachs is growing more bullish on the US economy and has raised its GDP forecast after Democrats took the Senate

The US economy suffered a record contraction in the second quarter of 2020. John Moore/Getty Images Goldman Sachs has upgraded its outlook for the US economy this year, after the Democrats won control of the Senate, which increases the likelihood of more fiscal stimulus early on to combat the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.In a tight run-off election on Wednesday, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff defeated their Republican rivals, handing control of the Senate to the Democrats for the f...
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New UK COVID-19 vaccine recommendations say 'it is reasonable' for people to mix and match different shots, even though there's not yet evidence that works

A nurse prepares to inject staff with the Pfizer/BioNTech covid-19 vaccine at Bradley Manor residential care home in Belfast on December 9, 2020. Liam McBurney/PA Images via Getty Images The UK has authorized two different coronavirus vaccines: one from Pfizer/BioNTech, and another from AstraZeneca/University of Oxford. Both require two doses, given several weeks apart.  The British government is suggesting that people could mix and match their two COVID-19 shots, if need be. There's a tri...
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Pfizer and Moderna vaccines should be safe for most Americans, but 5 groups may want to wait for more data before getting shots

Margaret Keenan was the first person to be given the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine outside clinical trials. Getty The FDA authorized Moderna's coronavirus vaccine for emergency use in people ages 18 and older on Friday. Pfizer's COVID-19 shot got US clearance for people ages 16 and older a week ago. The FDA said it's up to pregnant people and their doctors to decide whether to get Pfizer's vaccine. The agency warns that anyone with severe allergies to a vaccine's ingredients shouldn't be immu...
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