Vermont will receive $ 104,438,131 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to support the State with emergency protective measures to store, handle, transport, distribute, and administer the COVID-19 vaccine.
A virtual emergency meeting of the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will be held today 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., to discuss how to proceed in light of the ‘pause’ on distributing the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine due to reported blood clotting problems.
Several marketed vaccinations, including two Covid-19 vaccinations, are produced using human fetal tissue.
While “there has been no known impact at this time” of Covid-19 vaccinations on current or future pregnancies, “it’s a little premature to answer” whether vaccines are positively safe for pregnant women and the children they carry, Vermont Health Commissioner Mark Levine said at a press conference Tuesday.
Essex County, the rural heart of the Northeast Kingdom, was the only county to vote red for Donald Trump in the November, 2020 general election. State officials say many residents also are showing ‘vaccine hesitancy’ – the term for unwillingness to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. Is there a connection?
If I were still “allowed” to participate in Governor Scott’s news conferences, the question I would ask Dr. Levine: “Are there HIV (AIDs, incurable) and HCV (Hep—C, curable) ‘parts’ in this vaccine?”
By Guy Page The Vermont Department of Health doesn’t know how many young Vermonters suffer from longterm, debilitating “Long Covid” that reportedly afflicts young people nationwide. ‘Long Covid’ was cited today by […]
Gov. Phil Scott says China should be held accountable for transparency over the origins of Covid-19.
Neither bill supported by Health Choice Vermont, a Waitsfield-based advocacy group opposed to mandatory vaccination, survived the Friday March 12 crossover deadline in the Vermont House of Representatives.
Orleans Superior Court Judge Mary Miles Teachout Friday ruled for the state on the final merits of its enforcement action against HNR Desautels LLC, currently doing business as Derby Port Press, and its owner, Andre “Michael” Desautels.