Pfizer and BioNTech have officially asked the FDA to green-light its COVID-19 vaccine use in kids ages 5-11. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has approved the first-ever vaccine for malaria. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has become a microcosm of the nation’s divisions over COVID vaccines. And Press Play gets recommendations for Italian restaurants and steakhouses that are part of DineLA Restaurant Week.
COVID vaccines for kids in US could be coming, plus where to eat during DineLA Restaurant Week
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Will US kids be eligible for COVID vaccine by Thanksgiving? Pfizer seeks FDA approval
Pfizer and BioNTech have officially asked the FDA to approve their COVID-19 vaccine for use in kids ages 5-11. If approved, more than 28 million kids nationwide will be...
World Health Organization approves first-ever malaria vaccine. Can it be a game-changer?
The World Health Organization approved the first-ever vaccine for malaria on Wednesday. The organization’s director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called the approval a...
UK gripped by labor shortages and supply chain disruptions post-Brexit
American consumers are dealing with supply chain shortages and disruptions across the board these days. As it turns out, so are British consumers, with an added wrinkle. The...
LDS church has a strict hierarchy, but a small faction is bucking the leadership on COVID vax
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has become a microcosm of the nation’s divisions over COVID vaccines. In August, church leaders released a statement urging...