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Efforts to administer vaccinations are expected to be fully up and running next week   Pediatricians are preparing to administer the nation’s first coronavirus children’s vaccine as early as Wednesday after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention signed off Tuesday night on giving the Pfizer-BioNTech shots to millions of kids ag...

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When Sarah Tuttle visited a Rite Aid with her 7- and 14-year-old children this month, she figured they’d be able to get walk-in flu shots, as they always have. Not this time. She could tell by the pharmacy worker's expression.  “She looked at me with this totally harried face and said, ‘We’re not doing walk-ins,’” Tuttle said of the emp...

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Centene, the nation’s largest Medicaid managed-care company, is planning to stop its work as a pharmacy middleman, or pharmacy benefit manager. Executives last week said the company is issuing a $30 billion request for proposals from an outside contractor to take over the work. The news comes after Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost sued the company in March, accusing it of working thro...

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted emergency use authorization on Oct. 29 for children aged 5–11 years to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine. Nearly 2 million children in this age group have been infected, federal health officials report, with at least 146 related deaths. Regulators cleared them for vaccination based on clinical trial data showing that a redu...

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Detroit — When Nikki Neuzil opened her vintage clothing shop in 2018, the exterior of the century-old building on Vernor Highway needed lots of repairs. The storefront for Flamingo Vintage has a deep glass display windows where Neuzil shows off the clothing, accessories and housewares she sells. However, it lacked proper signage, had running tar, and mortar was crumbling from ...

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