October 26, 2021

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Live Kovid-19 Tracker – The New York Times

Live Kovid-19 Tracker - The New York Times

The FDA plans Issue strict guidelines for emergency authority Any new coronavirus vaccine, which adds a new warning to the vetting process, will be ready for vaccination early next month, as Mr. Trump stressed. The guidelines could be officially released later this week if approved by the White House, and according to many people familiar with the draft, the FDA recommends that an independent expert committee examine clinical trial data before taking action.

On Wednesday, Dr. Han said science will guide staff decisions about granting Urgent approval for any Kovid-19 vaccine, and the FDA “will not allow any pressure from anyone to change it.” He said the agency would not approve a vaccine that their authorities did not give to their families. His agency seeks guidance from a team of outside experts and the process is “transparent and independent.”

The purpose of the agency’s guidelines on coronavirus testing in people without symptoms, Dr. Redfield, was reversed after widespread criticism was that “testing for asymptomatic people should never be limited.” Although he said that “the original guidance was produced with the full engagement of the individuals in the CDC”, he did not dispute that it was not subject to the agency’s scientific review and said that the final guidance was a “cooperation document” produced with the participation of the admi. Brett Giroir and Coronavirus Task Force.

Dr Redfield said the initial results of the study on the prevalence of Kovid-19 were that “more than 90 percent of the population is at risk.”

Senator Lamar Alexander, chairman of the committee that launched the investigation, urged Congress to begin planning for the coming epidemic, with experts saying one could come soon next year. “We need to take action now to stop the cycle of fear, neglect, fear,” he said.

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Senator Patty Murray, a top Democrat on the Senate Health Committee, told Dr. Hahn and Dr. Redfield that she wanted to question Trump’s attempts to suppress them and “destroy the work of our scientists and public health professionals in order to own them.”

Dr. Fauzi told the committee that federal scientists had begun to study so-called “long hallers” – People suffering from chronic side effects of coronavirus infection, Including fatigue, fever, neurological problems and cognitive abnormalities. In addition, scientists have found that “troubled people” who have recovered have inflammation of the heart.