COVID-19 updates for Saturday, February 13
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Update of anaphylaxis from mRNA vaccines: 66 cases out of ~18 million vaccinations (=0.00000003%). All but 1 within 11 minutes. No deaths. jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/…
Science shows us K-12 schools that have implemented strict mitigation strategies have been able to safely open for in-person instruction & remain open. Today, released a roadmap on how to do this safely:
The variants are concerning, to be sure. But let's not forget that immune responses aren't all or nothing. I wrote about how it takes a lot more than a couple mutations to stump B cells and T cells.
This COVID-vaccine designer is tackling vaccine hesitancy — in churches and on Twitter nature.com/articles/d4158… Pure wisdom from “Scientists are notorious for running over time. If you short people on their questions, you lose all the trust you just gained".
More vaccines soon, so which one is the best? All of them. They're ALL safe. They ALL protect against severe COVID-19 & death. When it's my turn, I'll take any of them. 🙌🏼 , , , , , usatoday.com/story/opinion/…