What Should Public Health Messages Look Like As Covid Cases Decline?

The average daily rate of Covid-19 infections in the U.S. hits its lowest since September, and former Obama White House health policy director Dr. Kavita Patel discusses what she thinks public health messaging should look like as cases continue to drop

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Undergraduate enrollment continues to decline at U.S. colleges and universities

Most high school seniors have decided where they will pursue the next four years of their education, but some colleges and universities are struggling to fill spaces for new students. Doug Shapiro, executive director of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, joined CBSN to break down the 4.5% decline in undergraduate enrollment compared with last spring.

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With U.S. COVID cases predicted to decline, Biden backs waiving patent rights on vaccines

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky says the U.S. could see a "sharp decline" in new COVID-19 cases by July, as long as people continue to wear masks and get vaccinated. Meanwhile, the Biden administration says it will support the temporary waiver of patent rights to allow developing nations to produce vaccines. CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta joins "CBSN AM" to discuss.

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CDC projects ‘sharp decline’ in US COVID cases by summer | ABC News

There’s a major milestone in the road to reopening America, With COVID-19 cases declining and more people vaccinated, Broadway will reopen September 14 and some tickets are going on sale today. https://abcn.ws/3vLCUAC

Plus, House republican Liz Cheney is warned her colleagues to give up on the “big lie” and accept the consequences of Donald Trump losing the 2020 election. https://abcn.ws/3eZIeJD

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CDC predicts spike in COVID-19 cases this month, then a decline

The CDC has predicted an increase in COVID-19 infections this month, followed by a sharp drop in July. This all depends upon high vaccination rates and continued following of health and safety guidelines. Internal medicine physician Dr. Stella Safo joined CBSN to discuss the most recent coronavirus research.

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CDC Predicts ‘Sharp Decline’ In COVID-19 Cases By July | TODAY

U.S. health officials are now projecting a “sharp decline” in COVID-19 cases by July if Americans keep getting vaccinated. A major push for people to get their shots is underway, with officials even going door to door in cities from coast to coast. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY.

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Nintendo expects decline in Switch sales

Nintendo has signalled that sales of its Switch console are likely to have peaked after five years on sale and following a lockdown-driven boom.

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U.S. coronavirus infections continue to decline despite a slowing pace of vaccinations

New CDC models predict coronavirus infections and death will fall in the coming weeks. But officials say a drop in vaccinations and circulating variants threaten to reverse any progress. Dr. Len Horovitz, a pulmonary specialist at Lenox Hill Hospital, joins CBSN’s Lana Zak with more on vaccination efforts.

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India’s COVID-19 emergency a global reminder as cases decline in US

A threat anywhere on the globe is a threat to all of us, said the dean of Harvard’s school of public health.

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