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Live. Coronavirus Daily News Updates, March 16. What to Know About COVID-19 in Seattle, Washington, DC և Worldwide

On Monday, Gov. Aye Insley instructed all Washington public schools to offer students a return to personalized learning, hoping to address “alarming” educational inequalities in students during an outbreak of mental health crisis.

But even as the state and the country step up their efforts to vaccinate COVID-19 comprehensively, health officials are concerned that political preferences threaten to fight the virus.

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China approves another COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

File.  In a photo of this file on January 15, 2021, a medical worker at a Beijing Vaccine Institute gives a patient a coronavirus vaccine.  China aims to vaccinate 70-80% of its population by mid-2022, the head of the country's Centers for Disease Control said on Saturday.  (AP Photo / Mark Schiefelbein, File)
File. In a photo of this file on January 15, 2021, a medical worker at a Beijing Vaccine Institute gives a patient a coronavirus vaccine. China aims to vaccinate 70-80% of its population by mid-2022, the head of the country’s Centers for Disease Control said on Saturday. (AP Photo / Mark Schiefelbein, File)

China has approved a new COVID-19 emergency vaccine developed by the head of the Centers for Disease Control, adding a fifth strike to its arsenal.

Gao Fu, head of China’s CDC, led a protein vaccine approved by regulators last week for emergency use.

It is the fourth coronavirus vaccine approved in China and the fourth to be authorized for emergency use. Three of those approved for emergencies have since been approved for general use. All developed by Chinese companies.

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– The Associated Press

Moderna begins testing COVID vaccine in infants and young children

The pharmaceutical company Moderna has launched a study that will test its COVID vaccine in children under 12, including 6-month-olds, the company said on Tuesday.

The study estimates that 6,750 healthy children will be included in the United States and Canada.

In a separate study, Moderna tested its vaccine on 3,000 children aged 12-17.

Many parents want to protect their children. Եւ Vaccinating children should help promote herd immunity, which is crucial to stopping the epidemic. The American Academy of Pediatrics has called for expanded vaccine testing to include children.

The red story here,

– Dennis Grade, The New York Times

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“The third wave has already begun.” Things are escalating across Europe, with some leaders fearing it will be the most difficult week of the epidemic. The streets of Rome were emptied yesterday when Italy was blocked again, a year after the first.

The epidemic “is going to change education forever.” Teachers are reviewing everything from technology եստ testing to the education desk model.

How many cancers have been missed? or were they not cured quickly enough because of the epidemic? Researchers see signs of difficulty.

– Chris Higginson

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