1. Covid booster shots important to stop infection, finds English study  The Guardian
  2. English school return spurred COVID in children, but cases fell in adults — study  Arab News
  3. COVID-19 cases surge among children after schools reopen - but drop among adults  Sky News
  4. 1.3 million flu vaccine invitations to be sent out this weekend as NHS prepares for ‘challenging winter’  The Independent
  5. COVID-19: Long Island Sees Infection-Rate Uptick; New Rundown Of Cases By Community  Daily Voice
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Study shows protection against Covid starts to wane several months after full vaccinationStudy shows protection against Covid starts to wane several months after full vaccination

Covid booster shots important to stop infection, finds English study | Coronavirus | The Guardian

LONDON: COVID-19 infections in children in England rose in September after schools returned from summer holidays, helping to keep cases high even as there was a fall among adults, a large prevalence study showed on Thursday. The REACT-1 study, led by Imperial College London, is the latest to find that more children are getting infected with COVID-19 following the reopening ofLONDON: COVID-19 infections in children in England rose in September after schools returned from summer holidays, helping to keep cases high even as there was a fall among adults, a large prevalence

English school return spurred COVID in children, but cases fell in adults — study | Arab News

The epidemic is estimated to be growing among children, but shrinking among those aged 18 to 54, likely due to differences in vaccination rates.The epidemic is estimated to be growing among children, but shrinking among those aged 18 to 54, likely due to differences in vaccination rates.

COVID-19 cases surge among children after schools reopen - but drop among adults | UK News | Sky News

Senior health officials have warned there is a ‘realistic possibility’ that there could be up to 60,000 flu deaths this winter Senior health officials have warned there is a ‘realistic possibility’ that there could be up to 60,000 flu deaths this winter

1.3 million flu vaccine invitations to be sent out this weekend | The Independent

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Imperial College data ‘shows need for people to get booster jabs’, with overall prevalence of virus increasing last monthImperial College data ‘shows need for people to get booster jabs’, with overall prevalence of virus increasing last month

Chance of catching Covid rises almost 60pc three to six months after full vaccination

As the biggest drive to protect the population from the flu in NHS history gets under way, more than 1.5million emails and texts have been sent to parents of toddlers to encourage them to get the jab.As the biggest drive to protect the population from the flu in NHS history gets under way, more than 1.5million emails and texts have been sent to parents of toddlers to encourage them to get the jab.

1.5million emails and texts are sent to parents in the biggest drive for children's flu vaccines | Daily Mail Online

Long Island reported more than 200 new COVID-19 infections in both Nassau and Suffolk counties as the region continues ramping up its vaccination program.The average seven-day positive COVID-19 infection rate of Long Islanders tested for t…Long Island reported more than 200 new COVID-19 infections in both Nassau and Suffolk counties as the region continues ramping up its vaccination program.The average seven-day positive COVID-19 infection rate of Long Islanders tested for t…

COVID-19: Long Island Sees Infection-Rate Uptick; New Rundown Of Cases By Community | Nassau Daily Voice

School-going children may be bringing home COVID-19, the UK study suggests.School-going children may be bringing home COVID-19, the UK study suggests.

COVID-19 Rise Seen Among School-age Children In England

COVID-19 infections in children in England rose in September after schools returned from summer holidays, a large prevalence study showed Thursday.COVID-19 infections in children in England rose in September after schools returned from summer holidays, a large prevalence study showed Thursday.

Study: English school return spurred COVID in children | ABS-CBN News

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Covid infections rose exponentially among 5-17-year-olds in September | Evening Standard

Overall vaccine effectiveness against infection is estimated to be around 63%-66%Overall vaccine effectiveness against infection is estimated to be around 63%-66%

Covid infections soar among children - and people who are vaccinated - Gloucestershire Live

COVID-19 infections in children in England rose in September after schools returned from summer holidays, helping to keep cases high even as there was a fall among adults, a large prevalence study showed on Thursday.COVID-19 infections in children in England rose in September after schools returned from summer holidays, helping to keep cases high even as there was a fall among adults, a large prevalence study showed on Thursday.

English school return spurred COVID in children, but cases fell in adults - study | Reuters

The REACT-1 study, led by Imperial College London, is the latest to find that more children are getting infected with Covid-19 following the reopening of schools at the start of September. The REACT-1 study, led by Imperial College London, is the latest to find that more children are getting infected with Covid-19 following the reopening of schools at the start of September.

English school return spurred Covid in children, but cases fell in adults – study | World News,The Indian Express

The REACT-1 study, led by Imperial College London, is the latest to find that more children are getting infected with Covid-19 following the reopening of schools at the start of September. The REACT-1 study, led by Imperial College London, is the latest to find that more children are getting infected with Covid-19 following the reopening of schools at the start of September.

English school return spurred Covid in children, but cases fell in adults – study | World News,The Indian Express

Prevalence in 13 to 17-year-olds was 2.55% between Sept 9 - 27, with prevalence in those aged 5 to 12 at 2.32%.  . Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -Prevalence in 13 to 17-year-olds was 2.55% between Sept 9 - 27, with prevalence in those aged 5 to 12 at 2.32%.  . Read more at straitstimes.com.

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