Mar. 4, 2021 — With distribution of COVID-19 vaccines ramping up, and President Joe Biden promising all U.S. adults will be able to get inoculated by the end of May, many Americans are finally anticipating the end of the pandemic.
But Arthur Caplan, PhD, a bioethicist at NYU Langone Medical Center, sees the beginning… Continue reading As Vaccines Roll Out, Will Risky Behavior Increase?
Rapid approval without lengthy tests can happen if new vaccines are needed to fight variants, say regulators. Source link
The CEO of Healthcare Australia has stood aside after the company was involved in a series of blunders while rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine in aged care … source
Latest study on UK rollout suggests jabs significantly reduce risk of being admitted to hospital. Source link
There was a 75% reduction in staff at Addenbrooke’s Hospital testing positive after a vaccination. Source link
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out across the US, many grandparents — including one co-author of this blog post — are thrilled to hold out their arms for a jab. In some parts of the country, these vaccinations began as early as mid-January. By mid-February, legions of energized and relieved seniors were trading selfie shots of… Continue reading Grandparents and vaccines: Now what?
Dr. Kelley Lee Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University Burnaby, BC Dr. Lee speaks about “The politics of global disease outbreaks: What … source
It is a milestone for a scheme aiming to ensure fair distribution of Covid-19 jabs to poorer countries. Source link
First evidence jabs are having major impact on serious illness as well as cutting transmission. Source link
First evidence from the UK’s vaccine programme shows a reduction in hospitalisations in Scotland. Source link