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May 07 2021
America’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout has dwindled in recent weeks, plummeting from a previous high of nearly 3.4 million doses administered a day, on average, in mid-April to around 2.2 million a day this week.
The best analogy I’ve heard to explain the trend comes from Brown University School of Public Health dean Ashish Jha: Think of what happens when a new iPhone is released.Vox
Apr 13 2022
Claims that COVID-19 vaccination causes male infertility are still unsupported, experts told Reuters, despite recent social media posts reviving the longstanding allegation.
During the first days of April, some internet users pointed to an article on a website called Study Finds ( here ), entitled: “Male infertility may be a new symptom of long COVID.” Some users commenting on the pieceReuters
Sep 09 2022
Some companies are rolling back mandates for employee COVID vaccination — but few are making official public statements about it.
Why it matters: These moves signal that we’ve shifted into a new chapter of the pandemic — and that employers are desperate to get people back to the office.
Employers are trying to reduce any barriers to entry for new hires, says Erin Grau, co-founderAxios
Mar 25 2021
Concerns that vaccine hesitancy might prevent the United States from ending the coronavirus pandemic have been prominent among public health experts since well before any COVID vaccines had been approved. While much of the attention in the early weeks of the rollout was on addressing skepticism among people of color, polls suggest that the biggest divide in vaccine acceptance is not alongYahoo! The 360
Nov 29 2022
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) warned his skeptics in the House Republican Conference against opposing him for Speaker on the House floor.
“We have to speak as one voice. We will only be successful if we work together, or we’ll lose individually. This is very fragile — that we are the only stopgap for this Biden administration,” McCarthy said on Newsmax Monday.
Nov 29 2022
Small protests against China’s strict “zero covid” policy occurred in several cities Monday evening, as citizens defied a police crackdown and threats of reprisal, with Beijing blaming “foreign forces” even as authorities moved to vaccinate more seniors and relax some distancing measures.
From Hangzhou in the east to Kunming in the southwest and Beijing in the north, groups of peopleWashington Post
Nov 28 2022
In 2018 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Google CEO Sundar Pichai had something to say: “AI is probably the most important thing humanity has ever worked on. I think of it as something more profound than electricity or fire.” Pichai’s comment was met with a healthy dose of skepticism. But nearly five years later, it’s looking more and more prescient.
AI translation is now soVox
Nov 22 2022
Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared Tuesday at his final White House press briefing, as he prepares to leave government next month following a half-century on the front lines of the world's gravest public health crises.
“The idea that this may be very likely the last time I’m in that press briefing room is kind of sad. Sad, and yet with the full realization and appreciation that all things mustNBC News (Online)
Mar 24 2022
Social media users are falsely claiming that a Swedish study conducted by Lund University found that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines permanently alter human DNA.
The text in one post reads: “BOMBSHELL: Biological Study PROVES Pfizer mRNA Vaccine Permanently Alters Human DNA”.
The posts share articles such as ones archived (here) and (here) saying the study, which was published in theReuters
Nov 28 2022
The nation’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said the U.S. is “certainly” still in the middle of a Covid-19 pandemic and he is “very troubled” by the divisive state of American politics.
“As a public health official, I don’t want to see anyone suffer and die from Covid,” he told NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday. “I don’t care if you’re a far-right Republican or a far-CNBC