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Logo for COVID immunity. Red virus particle with green checkmark.

Tracking Immunity

May 10, 2021

As research shows natural immunity should be considered along with vaccine immunity, experts say shots give best possible protection against virus & variants.

Dr Shikhar Mehrotra stands outside

COVID-19 Antibodies

May 06, 2021

Hollings researchers find that asymptomatic individuals had stronger antibody responses to COVID-19 versus symptomatic patients.

Woman's hand reaching into pink purse to get sanitary supplies.

Period Problems?

May 06, 2021

“My period comes 17 days early,” one woman reports. Another, 51, had her period for the first time in months. Are COVID vaccines the culprit?

Children sitting at table in school wearing masks.

Protecting Kids

May 04, 2021

COVID vaccinations have dramatic effect on school staff case rate. But expert urges anxious parents to hold on a little longer when it comes to masks and kids.

Sleeve of blue tshirt with vaccinated sticker

Immunity increase

April 29, 2021

As we move closer to herd immunity, there’s a group of people who are actually at a higher risk of getting COVID than in the past.

Stall High School student Sebastian Gutierrez gets a COVID-19 vaccine.

Student Vaccinations

April 28, 2021

Teenagers trickle into Stall High School gym for COVID shots, hoping the voluntary vaccinations will help life return to normal.

Dr. James Tolley (left) and Dr. Marvella Ford (right), co-directors of the Black Faculty Group at MUSC

Vaccine Ambassadors

April 23, 2021

MUSC Black and Hispanic/Latino Faculty groups join forces to encourage communities of color to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Box of Pfizer COVID vaccine vials.

Student Shots

April 22, 2021

Now that anyone 16 and up can get a COVID vaccine, MUSC Health prepares to work with school nurses to offer shots to students.

closeup of a masked woman in a booth putting her arms through gloves attached to holes in the wall while a woman inside the booth with her points what to do and a woman outside the booth in personal protective equipment watches

Real World Learning

April 21, 2021

MUSC nursing students have been helping to collect samples for COVID-19 testing through a partnership between MUSC Health and the College of Nursing.

Hand holding a vaccine card and a piece of paper that says a person has COVID antibodies.

Stratified Society?

April 21, 2021

As the number of South Carolinians with immunity to COVID ticks up, so does potential for “stratified society,” says expert.

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