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CDC Confirms First U.S. Case of Monkeypox in 2022, Health Officials Assure 'No Risk' to Public
A Massachusetts resident contracted monkeypox after traveling to Canada by private transportation
Nearly 60% of Americans — and 3 in 4 Kids — Have Now Had COVID, CDC Says
Health officials warned, though, that prior COVID-19 illness does not mean that people are protected from getting it again, and urged Americans to stay up-to-date on vaccinations
WHO Reports 1 Death, 17 Liver Transplants Linked to Hepatitis Outbreak in Children
A multi-country hepatitis outbreak with an “unknown origin” has been reported among children aged 1 month to 16 years old
Federal Mask Mandate on Airplanes Extended Until May 3 Due to New COVID Sub-Variant
Under provisions of the extended travel mask mandate, passengers using public transportation, airplanes and trains are required to wear face masks
CDC Dropping Nationwide Mask Recommendation with Most of the U.S. at 'Low or Medium' COVID Spread
The CDC also removed their recommendation for masks in schools, except in areas with high COVID-19 transmission rates
COVID Booster Loses Potency After 4 Months, Fauci Says 'There May Be the Need' for Fourth Dose
Although new CDC data finds that the COVID-19 booster loses much of its potency after about four months, Dr. Anthony Fauci says a fourth dose wouldn't be recommended "across the board for everyone"
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Pet Bearded Dragons Linked to Salmonella Outbreak, CDC Warns Not to 'Kiss or Snuggle' Reptiles
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating an outbreak of Salmonella Uganda — linked to pet bearded dragons — that has infected at least 44 people across 25 states
CDC Warns Rapid Spread of Omicron Could Lead to Massive Spike in COVID Cases by January

Dr. Anthony Fauci said, though, that booster shots should be enough to prevent infections