COVID-19 updates for Wednesday, March 24
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The data AstraZeneca "chose to release was the most favorable for the study as opposed to the most recent and most complete. Decisions like this are what erode public trust in the scientific process.”
From University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center: 'The effect of vaccination on the preservation of our workforce has been dramatic. We observed a greater than 90% decrease in the number of employees who are either in isolation or quarantine'
Just published How mass, population-wide rapid antigen testing (~5.3 million tests) helped contain a major covid outbreak in Slovakia
. has been one among the most active, persistent, and fair-minded reporters covering lab accidents in the US . This long piece makes the serious case for investigating poss lab origin for . usatoday.com/in-depth/opini….
More encouraging data that vaccination protects against infection (not just disease), here from large healthcare system in California with mandatory weekly RT-PCR testing.
Latest updates and per-state vaccination rates: covidpath.net