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    Authors: Jost, Karin; Rodriguez, Belén; Söll, Nicole; Hoepner, Robert; +1 Authors

    Postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is a form of autonomic dysregulation. There is increasing evidence that the etiology may be immune-mediated in a subgroup of patients. Patients with POTS often experience an exacerbation of their symptoms associated with infections and often fear the same symptom aggravation after vaccination. With this data we conducted a study to describe the tolerability of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 and the consequences of a COVID-19 infection on POTS symptoms in our cohort of patients with neuropathic POTS.We conducted a standardized, checklist-based interview with 23 patients and recorded the acute side effects of mRNA vaccination, acute symptoms of COVID-19 infection as well as the effects of vaccination and COVID-19 infection on POTS symptoms. The following side effects were assessed in their presence (yes/no) and duration (days): fever, shivering, fatigue, headache, joint pain, muscle pain, nausea, emesis, diarrhea, and reaction at injection site (pain, swelling and cutaneous reaction). For COVID-19 infection, the following additional symptoms were queried: coughing, sore throat, rhinorrhea, breathlessness, loss of taste, loss of smell and chest pain. For each symptom, the presence (yes/no), severity (mild, moderate, severe) and duration (in days) were evaluated. Furthermore, the duration of the infection, need for hospitalization and incapacity for work were assessed. To assess possible exacerbation of POTS symptoms, the presence (yes/no), severity (mild, moderate, severe; for COVID-19 infection only) and duration of symptom exacerbation (in days) for the following symptoms were evaluated: dizziness, nausea, weakness, palpitations, lightheadedness, tremulousness, blurred vision, concentration difficulties, memory difficulties, orthostatic leg and/or arm pain, gastrointestinal symptoms, sleep disturbances, restless legs syndrome and orthostatic headache. Our observations suggest that mRNA vaccines are not associated with a higher frequency of acute side effects in patients with POTS. Symptom exacerbation as a consequence of mRNA vaccination seems to be less frequent and of shorter duration compared to patients who suffered a COVID-19 infection. This study was carried out in accordance with the recommendations of the local ethics committee (Kantonale Ethikkommission Bern, Switzerland, project-ID: 2021-02115; 02.11.2021). We conducted a standardized checklist-based interview. Data analysis was descriptive.

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    Authors: Ficek, Mateusz; Bogdanowicz, Robert; Ryl, Jacek;

    The dataset contains the scanning electron micrographs (SEM), revealing the surface morphology of diamond electrodes on different substrates. The diamond surface is characterized by an aggregation of crystals that do not form a continuous layer. The selected micrographs were utilized when preparing the manuscript published in Acta Materialia: DOI 10.1016/j.actamat.2021.116989

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  • Authors: Zuckerman, Stephen;

    For each round, a stratified random sample of approximately 7,500 adults ages 18 to 64 is drawn from the KnowledgePanel, a probability-based, nationally representative Internet panel maintained by Ipsos. The WBNS includes an oversample of adults with household incomes under 150 percent of the federal poverty level to improve the precision of estimates for this group. Current recruitment into the KnowledgePanel is based on an address-based sampling frame that covers nearly all residential addresses in the United States. In earlier periods, recruitment was carried out by telephone based on random-digit dialing sampling techniques. Approximately 55,000 U.S. households participate in the panel, including those with and without internet access. Web-enabled devices and internet access are provided to panel members if needed, and respondents can complete the online surveys in English or Spanish. In December 2017, the Urban Institute launched the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey (WBNS), a nationally representative, internet-based survey of non-elderly adults designed to monitor changes in individual and family well-being during a time when policymakers are considering significant changes to federal safety net programs serving low-income families. The 2020 round of the survey collects information on a broad array of topics related to health, material hardship, and the safety net, including health insurance, housing, food security, employment, family income, program participation, family financial security, disability, school enrollment, child care, COVID-19 vaccine attitudes, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on family employment, and immigration issues. The WBNS weights reflect the probability of sample selection from the KnowledgePanel and post-stratification to the characteristics of nonelderly adults in the United States based on benchmarks from the Current Population Survey and American Community Survey for the following measures: age by gender; race and ethnicity; educational attainment; presence of children in the household; census region; residence in a metropolitan area; homeownership status; family income as a percentage of the federal poverty level; family composition (married or living with a partner by presence of children in the family); primary language; and internet access by age. web-based surveyUsers seeking the Noncitizen-Oversample (DS2) and Immigrant Module (DS3) datasets must enter a restricted data agreement with ICPSR to gain access to those datasets.This collection is related to the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey, 2017 (ICPSR 37513), the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey, 2018 (ICPSR 37653), and the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey, 2019 (ICPSR 38044).Additional information about the survey is available at the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey website. The Urban Institute launched the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey (WBNS) to monitor changes in individual and family health and well-being as policymakers make changes to federal safety net programs and the labor market continues to evolve. Datasets: DS0: Study-Level Files DS1: Public-Use Data DS2: Noncitizen-Oversample Restricted-Use Data DS3: Immigrant Module Restricted-Use Data Response Rates: The WBNS response rate is roughly three to four percent each round. Household population aged 18-64. Smallest Geographic Unit: Census region

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    Authors: Murugesan, Malathi; Mathews, Prasad; Paul, Hema; Karthik, Rajiv; +2 Authors

    The emergence of newer variants with the immune escape potential raises concerns about breakthroughs and re-infections resulting in future waves of infection. We examined the protective effect of prior COVID-19 disease and vaccination on infection rates among a cohort of healthcare workers (HCW) in South India during the second wave driven mainly by the delta variant. Symptomatic HCWs were routinely tested by RT-PCR as per institutional policy. Vaccination was offered to all HCWs in late January, and the details were documented. We set up a non-concurrent cohort to document infection rates and estimated protective efficacy of prior infection and vaccination between 16th Apr to 31st May 2021, using a Cox proportional hazards model with time-varying covariates adjusting for daily incidence. Between June 2020 and May 2021, 2735 (23.9%) of 11,405 HCWs were infected, with 1412, including 32 re-infections, reported during the second wave. 6863 HCWs received two doses of vaccine and 1905 one dose. The protective efficacy of prior infection against symptomatic infection was 86.0% (95% CI 76.7% - 91.6%). Vaccination combined with prior infection provided 91.1% (95% CI 84.1% - 94.9%) efficacy. In the absence of prior infection, vaccine efficacy against symptomatic infection during the second wave was 31.8% (95% CI 23.5% – 39.1%). Prior infection provided substantial protection against symptomatic re-infection and severe disease during a delta variant-driven second wave in a cohort of health care workers. This non-concurrent cohort study was conducted among the staff of a tertiary care teaching hospital in South India. The demographic, clinical and exposure variables and vaccination history were prospectively documented in an electronic database from all those presenting for COVID testing. All immunization was documented along with the date of vaccination, type of vaccine, and any adverse events. Linking the SARS-COV2 testing data set with the vaccination and administrative payroll information, we established a non-concurrent cohort that included all current employees. Every employee has a unique employment ID which was used to match across the datasets. Two investigators independently assessed the datasets to verify the accuracy of the data and linkages between the datasets. Participants were categorized into four risk groups based on their prior infection and vaccination status, namely, the unvaccinated and previously uninfected; vaccinated and previously uninfected; unvaccinated and previously infected, and vaccinated and previously infected. A sensitivity analysis that excluded participants who had received a single dose was not significantly different from the one that included those who received one dose as unvaccinated. Hence the binary classification of vaccinated and unvaccinated was based on the completion of two doses of vaccination 2 weeks after the second dose. Kaplan Meier Survival analysis was done with failure defined as the acquisition of infection during the analysis period. A Log-rank test was performed to compare the survival curves across the four risk groups. We developed a Cox-proportional hazards (PH) model with time-varying covariates adjusting for smoothed daily incidence of COVID-19 and potential confounders (S1 table). The model included participant age, type of work, sex, history of prior infection, and vaccination, as epidemiologically relevant factors. The model was tested for the proportional-hazards assumption on Schoenfeld's residuals and the PH assumption was not violated (p-value - 0.134). Efficacy of prior infection and vaccines to prevent symptomatic infection in the study period were calculated as VE= 1- hazard ratio from the Cox proportional hazard model. All data analysis was performed using Stata 15.1 (Statacorp LLC, College Station, TX).

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  • Authors: Kordas, George;

    By March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic had reached Greece, forcing the Greek government to enforce lockdown for two months. While governmental measures included banning citizens' mobility, except for a six-bullets catalogue, the church was excluded, remaining open for its believers. That resulted in an official clash, having on the one side, the state and the scientists, while on the other was the official church. After the decline in the number of COVID-19 cases during the summer period, the governmental decision of enforcing the use of masks indoors triggered the rise of anti-systemic and anti-governmental rhetoric. Having the above in mind, we aim to apply a grounded theory methodology, drawing our data from two derivations: the official announcements of the church and the Greek government during the examined period; and the scientific approach to the Church's and anti-mask supporters stand. Consequently, our main research question attempts to answer how the anti-systemic rhetoric of Greek society has been transformed during the pandemic crisis.

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    Authors: Benach, Joan; Cash-Gibson, Lucinda; Rojas-Gualdrón, Diego F.; Padilla-Pozo, Álvaro; +2 Authors

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  • Authors: MIDAS Coordination Center;

    Project Tycho datasets contain case counts for reported disease conditions for countries around the world. The Project Tycho data curation team extracts these case counts from various reputable sources, typically from national or international health authorities, such as the US Centers for Disease Control or the World Health Organization. These original data sources include both open- and restricted-access sources. For restricted-access sources, the Project Tycho team has obtained permission for redistribution from data contributors. All datasets contain case count data that are identical to counts published in the original source and no counts have been modified in any way by the Project Tycho team, except for aggregation of individual case count data into daily counts when that was the best data available for a disease and location. The Project Tycho team has pre-processed datasets by adding new variables, such as standard disease and location identifiers, that improve data interpretability. We also formatted the data into a standard data format. All geographic locations at the country and admin1 level have been represented at the same geographic level as in the data source, provided an ISO code or codes could be identified, unless the data source specifies that the location is listed at an inaccurate geographical level. For more information about decisions made by the curation team, recommended data processing steps, and the data sources used, please see the README that is included in the dataset download ZIP file.

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    Authors: Eva Lantsoght;

    Anonimized dataset of the survey on the impact of COVID-19 on academic parents. Participants who did not give consent were filtered out as well.

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    Authors: Jost, Karin; Rodriguez, Belén; Söll, Nicole; Hoepner, Robert; +1 Authors

    Postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is a form of autonomic dysregulation. There is increasing evidence that the etiology may be immune-mediated in a subgroup of patients. Patients with POTS often experience an exacerbation of their symptoms associated with infections and often fear the same symptom aggravation after vaccination. With this data we conducted a study to describe the tolerability of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 and the consequences of a COVID-19 infection on POTS symptoms in our cohort of patients with neuropathic POTS.We conducted a standardized, checklist-based interview with 23 patients and recorded the acute side effects of mRNA vaccination, acute symptoms of COVID-19 infection as well as the effects of vaccination and COVID-19 infection on POTS symptoms. The following side effects were assessed in their presence (yes/no) and duration (days): fever, shivering, fatigue, headache, joint pain, muscle pain, nausea, emesis, diarrhea, and reaction at injection site (pain, swelling and cutaneous reaction). For COVID-19 infection, the following additional symptoms were queried: coughing, sore throat, rhinorrhea, breathlessness, loss of taste, loss of smell and chest pain. For each symptom, the presence (yes/no), severity (mild, moderate, severe) and duration (in days) were evaluated. Furthermore, the duration of the infection, need for hospitalization and incapacity for work were assessed. To assess possible exacerbation of POTS symptoms, the presence (yes/no), severity (mild, moderate, severe; for COVID-19 infection only) and duration of symptom exacerbation (in days) for the following symptoms were evaluated: dizziness, nausea, weakness, palpitations, lightheadedness, tremulousness, blurred vision, concentration difficulties, memory difficulties, orthostatic leg and/or arm pain, gastrointestinal symptoms, sleep disturbances, restless legs syndrome and orthostatic headache. Our observations suggest that mRNA vaccines are not associated with a higher frequency of acute side effects in patients with POTS. Symptom exacerbation as a consequence of mRNA vaccination seems to be less frequent and of shorter duration compared to patients who suffered a COVID-19 infection. This study was carried out in accordance with the recommendations of the local ethics committee (Kantonale Ethikkommission Bern, Switzerland, project-ID: 2021-02115; 02.11.2021). We conducted a standardized checklist-based interview. Data analysis was descriptive.

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    Authors: Ficek, Mateusz; Bogdanowicz, Robert; Ryl, Jacek;

    The dataset contains the scanning electron micrographs (SEM), revealing the surface morphology of diamond electrodes on different substrates. The diamond surface is characterized by an aggregation of crystals that do not form a continuous layer. The selected micrographs were utilized when preparing the manuscript published in Acta Materialia: DOI 10.1016/j.actamat.2021.116989

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    For each round, a stratified random sample of approximately 7,500 adults ages 18 to 64 is drawn from the KnowledgePanel, a probability-based, nationally representative Internet panel maintained by Ipsos. The WBNS includes an oversample of adults with household incomes under 150 percent of the federal poverty level to improve the precision of estimates for this group. Current recruitment into the KnowledgePanel is based on an address-based sampling frame that covers nearly all residential addresses in the United States. In earlier periods, recruitment was carried out by telephone based on random-digit dialing sampling techniques. Approximately 55,000 U.S. households participate in the panel, including those with and without internet access. Web-enabled devices and internet access are provided to panel members if needed, and respondents can complete the online surveys in English or Spanish. In December 2017, the Urban Institute launched the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey (WBNS), a nationally representative, internet-based survey of non-elderly adults designed to monitor changes in individual and family well-being during a time when policymakers are considering significant changes to federal safety net programs serving low-income families. The 2020 round of the survey collects information on a broad array of topics related to health, material hardship, and the safety net, including health insurance, housing, food security, employment, family income, program participation, family financial security, disability, school enrollment, child care, COVID-19 vaccine attitudes, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on family employment, and immigration issues. The WBNS weights reflect the probability of sample selection from the KnowledgePanel and post-stratification to the characteristics of nonelderly adults in the United States based on benchmarks from the Current Population Survey and American Community Survey for the following measures: age by gender; race and ethnicity; educational attainment; presence of children in the household; census region; residence in a metropolitan area; homeownership status; family income as a percentage of the federal poverty level; family composition (married or living with a partner by presence of children in the family); primary language; and internet access by age. web-based surveyUsers seeking the Noncitizen-Oversample (DS2) and Immigrant Module (DS3) datasets must enter a restricted data agreement with ICPSR to gain access to those datasets.This collection is related to the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey, 2017 (ICPSR 37513), the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey, 2018 (ICPSR 37653), and the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey, 2019 (ICPSR 38044).Additional information about the survey is available at the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey website. The Urban Institute launched the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey (WBNS) to monitor changes in individual and family health and well-being as policymakers make changes to federal safety net programs and the labor market continues to evolve. Datasets: DS0: Study-Level Files DS1: Public-Use Data DS2: Noncitizen-Oversample Restricted-Use Data DS3: Immigrant Module Restricted-Use Data Response Rates: The WBNS response rate is roughly three to four percent each round. Household population aged 18-64. Smallest Geographic Unit: Census region

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