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TOKYO (AP) — Nearly in a single day, Japan has grow to be a shocking, and considerably mysterious, coronavirus success story.

Day by day new COVID-19 circumstances have plummeted from a mid-August peak of practically 6,000 in Tokyo, with caseloads within the densely populated capital now routinely under 100, an 11-month low.

The bars are packed, the trains are crowded, and the temper is celebratory, regardless of a common bafflement over what, precisely, is behind the sharp drop.

Japan, not like different locations in Europe and Asia, has by no means had something near a lockdown, only a collection of

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The Ketchum community has direct access to vaccines and resources thanks to the Oklahoma State Department of Health Mobile Unit. 

They said this is their way of doing something good for families who might not have regular access to medical care. 

“We know a lot of folks around here who need help,” said Tommy Pameticky with TnT Insurance Group Inc. 

In the parking lot of TnT Insurance Group in Ketchum, you will find a new kind of community resource.

“We have vaccines that we carry with us, not just COVID vaccines but childhood immunizations, adult immunizations, and then this is

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New Zealand’s Ministry of Health has introduced a new mechanism to monitor cases of adverse reactions to Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines.

Last week, the Post Vaccine Symptom Check mobile-based survey was launched. According to a media release, the ministry is randomly selecting up to 10% of citizens who have received a dose of the said vaccine brand to participate in the survey.

A text message will be sent six days after the administration of the first dose and 43 days after the second dose to ask whether they had any adverse reactions to the vaccine. Receivers can simply reply to the

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Live music, carnival games and a COVID-19 shot.

As Public Health Madison and Dane County prepares to end coronavirus testing and vaccinations at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison on June 26, it’s hitting the road.

Since April, when the health department held its first mobile vaccine clinics at group housing sites, its staff has travelled to far corners of the county to reach people who, for whatever reason, have yet to get a shot.

The vaccines are free and available to anyone age 12 and older without an appointment. Youth younger than 18 need parental consent.

As with the

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Jun. 10—GUILFORD COUNTY — The new Guilford County Public Health mobile unit has arrived and soon will host COVID-19 vaccination clinics in vulnerable neighborhoods.

But first, the county has to get the license plate, permits and insurance for the 183-square-foot vehicle it received Friday, said Dr. Iulia Vann, director of Guilford County Division of Public Health.

County officials hosted a ribbon-cutting Wednesday afternoon at the Maple Street Public Health office in Greensboro to show off the unit, which includes an examination room, registration/check-in area, medical-grade refrigerator, a lab work station, wheelchair lift and a privacy door between work areas.


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ONE Charlotte Health Alliance to Provide COVID-19 Vaccines Through Mobile Health Units

Atrium Health, Novant Health and Mecklenburg County Public Health team up with Blue Cross NC to increase vaccine access in Public Health Priority Areas

ONE Charlotte Health Alliance partners Atrium Health, Novant Health and Mecklenburg County Public Health are teaming up with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) to provide more vaccine access points to ensure vaccine equity in communities deeply impacted by COVID-19 in the Charlotte area.

ONE Charlotte Health Alliance was formed to begin conversations around investments in the community’s

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