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05/07/2021 - The Parkersburg News and Sentinel by: Candice Black
GRANTSVILLE, WV - Minnie Hamilton Health System has affiliated with Mon Health System with a goal of increasing health care access in Calhoun and Gilmer counties.

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05/07/2021 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Courtney Hessler
CHARLESTON, WV - Witnesses in the Cabell County and Huntington opioid case accusing wholesalers of fueling the opioid crisis in the area explored at trial Wednesday the history behind the opioid crises in America to explain what led to the area becoming one of the hardest hit in the country.

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05/06/2021 - The Hill by: Peter Sullivan
WASHINGTON, DC - Moderna on Wednesday reported positive early results from booster shots of its vaccine targeted at variants of the coronavirus.

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05/06/2021 - NPR by: Joe Palca
WASHINGTON, DC - Typically, if you get a COVID-19 vaccine that requires two doses, you should get two of the same vaccine. Two Pfizer shots, or two Moderna shots. Not one and then the other.

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05/06/2021 - The Hill by: Celine Castronubo
WASHINGTON, DC - Two studies published Wednesday found that the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine was highly effective at preventing infection and severe cases of the virus caused by more infectious variants.

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05/06/2021 - WVNews
CLARKSBURG, WV - After a strong rollout in its initial COVID-19 vaccination campaign, West Virginia’s rate of seniors vaccinated and its overall rate of first-dose vaccinations now trail the rest of the nation, according to federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state Department of Health and Human Resources data.

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05/06/2021 - WVNews by: Charles Young
CHARLESTON, WV - Federal regulators are expected to open eligibility to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 12 to 15 “within the next week,” state officials said Wednesday.

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