Walz to expand vaccine eligibility to Minnesotans over 16

All Texas adults to become eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine next week

Moderna Inc has delayed the shipment of 590,400 doses of its Covid-19 vaccine that were due to arrive in Canada this weekend, the federal procurement minister said on Thursday.

"More contagious variants like B.1.1.7 can result in a rapid spike of cases, whereas vaccines may be less effective against variants like B.1.351", Tam said.

Texas reported more than 4,200 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, but the rolling average number of daily new cases has decreased by nearly 2,200 over the past two weeks, a 36% drop, according to Johns Hopkins University.

While this announcement is exciting and welcome, for folks keeping up with vaccine updates the news isn't necessarily a surprise. Besides, 2,42,50,649 beneficiaries more than 60-years-old and 54,31,424 beneficiaries aged 45 to 60 with specific comorbidities were also administered the first dose. "This marks an important milestone, with more than 11 per cent of eligible adult Canadians. having received at least one dose".

Texas is becoming the most populous state to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all adults, more than a month before President Joe Biden's goal of making the shots available to anyone who wants one by May 1.

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DSHS said this is to ensure vaccination of anyone 80 or older with as small a burden on themselves as possible. In Canada, the provinces are reporting 186,278 new vaccinations administered for a total of 4,580,154 doses given.

Anand said this week's delay was not caused by recent changes in European export controls and that the backlog will not affect Moderna's next scheduled shipment of 855,600 doses, set for the week of April 5. But in the state's latest sampling batch of COVID-19 tests, they identified 479 infections of the more contagious variant.

Ontario reported another 2,380 cases and 17 deaths, but officials noted that number was inflated because of a data catchup.

It has 38,922 active cases at present and reported 5,202 new cases, as of March 25. There are nearly 19 cases per 100,000 people and there are 93 patients in the ICU.

The state now samples up to 500 random COVID tests each week to test them for any variants, in addition to testing areas with rapid case growth.

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