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    Nov 13 (Reuters) – South Korea women’s head coach Colin Bell has been hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19, the sport’s national federation, the Korea Football Association (KFA), said on Saturday.

    The English coach had tested positive for the novel coronavirus last week after the team returned from the United States where they had played two matches last month, the Korea Football Association (KFA) was quoted by the news agency as saying.

    And the national charity, The Oliver King Foundation, was named Charity of the Year for its efforts to install defibrillators in schools around the country and lobbied the government to pass a law making the equipment mandatory for every institution.  

    Amazon is bringing Alexa to hospitals and senior living communities in an effort to make residents’ and patients’ lives easier, the company said Monday. The program uses the virtual assistant’s Smart Properties features, which are designed to let business owners deploy Alexa-enabled devices at a scale beyond the home.

    Professor Joseph, a world-leading physician in Endocrinology and Diabetes at the Countess of Chester Hospital, received the award for his work fighting coronavirus for the NHS and private medical and diagnostics company Dam Health.

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    If you tested negative for COVID-19 and the flu, it’s best to consult with your primary care provider. Some doctors will conduct a respiratory pathogens panel to determine what virus or bacteria is causing you to feel sick. 

    Pfizer’s vaccine for kids is one-third of a regular dose, a slightly different formula and given with a smaller needle. It was authorized by the US Food and Drug Administration last week after data showing an encouraging safety profile and high effectiveness (90.7%) was reviewed by an independent committee for the FDA. In an ongoing trial that tested the vaccine in about 3,100 children ages 5 to 11, no serious side effects were reported. 

    “If there’s fever, body aches or chills that would make me more concerned about other respiratory illnesses — like the flu or COVID,” Solomon said. Since the COVID-19 vaccine helps prevent severe symptoms, more common signs of a cold can still be COVID, he added. 

    ‘I was honoured to present the Lifetime Achievement award to Professor Frank Joseph, who has overseen the rollout of COVID-19 testing in private clinics across the UK and Europe and has been at the forefront of the fight against the pandemic with the NHS and Dam Health,’ she added. 

    As we head into flu season (which could be different this year), now’s a good time to understand the differences between each illness and what overlapping symptoms could mean. We spoke with medical experts to find out the best ways to protect yourself and your loved ones. Plus, here’s what you need to know about getting the flu shot if you’re vaccinated against COVID-19. And here’s everything to know about mixing COVID-19 booster shots, the latest on COVID-19 vaccines for kids and the antiviral COVID pill that’s in the works. 

    Dr. David Hamer, a Boston University School of Public Health professor and physician at Boston Medical Center, agreed that the symptoms aren’t easy to differentiate right away. But the biggest COVID-19 sign that isn’t found in influenza is the loss of taste or smell. 

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    My child has allergies. Can they get the vaccine? “If the child has a history of anaphylaxis or other severe allergies, then the observation time after the injection may be 30 minutes instead of 15,” Dr. Anne Liu, an infectious disease specialist with Stanford Hospital and Clinics and the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, said in August. So you might be asked to stick around the waiting room with your child for an extra 15 minutes so health care providers can monitor vaccine recipients for the (extremely rare) allergic reaction that can occur after any vaccination. 

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