Leaving middle seats empty on a plane reduces risk of Covid infection, says studyRisk of infection could be reduced by up to 57 per cent US recommends pause in J&J vaccine after reports of blood clotsThe CDC and FDA are investigating clots in six women after they were vaccinated. Until now, concern about unusual blood clots has centred on the AstraZeneca vaccine. 'Don't panic' over Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause, experts say. Chances of blood clot is less than 1 in a million.Officials are reviewing 6 reported cases out of nearly 7 million vaccines administered in the U.S., which makes it an 'extremely rare' occurrence. China considers mixing Covid vaccines to give greater protectionHead of disease control admits Chinese vaccines ‘don’t have very high protection rates’ CDC says fully vaccinated people can travel safely again within USInoculated travelers no longer need to take virus tests or quarantine, US health agency says; 66,000 Americans being diagnosed with COVID-19 per day It’s Probably OK to Be Optimistic About Bands Announcing Fall ToursWith Dinosaur Jr. and more planning shows, vaccination rates need to improve and masks stay necessary if live music comes back this year. Covid: World leaders in pandemic treaty call and 'impending doom' warning in USFive things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning. Israel to allow limited entry of foreign tour groups in MayIsrael will start allowing the limited entry of vaccinated tourist groups next month as its own inoculation campaign has sharply brought down COVID-19 infections, an official statement said on Tuesday. 700,000 renters hit with eviction notices during pandemicLandlords have served one in 12 tenants in the private rented sector with a no-fault eviction notice, according to a coalition of campaign groups and think tanks U.S. CDC: Vaccinated people can resume travel at 'low risk'The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday said fully vaccinated people can safely travel at "low risk", after the agency had held off for weeks on revising guidance that discouraged all non-essential trips.