COVID-19 updates for Saturday, March 27
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BREAKING: Can people immunized against the coronavirus still spread it to others? A new study will attempt to answer the question by tracking infections in vaccinated college students and their close contacts.
How does COVID reinfection happen? Our deep dive into the immune profiles during the 1st and 2nd infections. A case study. Work led by Paul Turbin and Marwan Azar (1/)
Missourians have driven hours to find vaccines in rural counties. Doses are still slowly being rolled out in a federal long-term care program. Black residents are getting left behind. Here's what went wrong in Missouri's vaccine rollout.
Experts: 3-foot rule in schools problematic in light of COVID variants Scientists say aerosols, the B117 variant, classroom density, and lunchtime all play a role cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspecti…
Vaccines required for on-campus college—Rutgers University will require students who are enrolling for 2021 fall semester to have received a vaccine, saying requirement will help it make "a full return to our pre-pandemic normal" on campus.
Latest updates and per-state vaccination rates: covidpath.net