Total 38 Posts
At this point in the pandemic, we ought to be able to both offer boosters to the most vulnerable ahead of the winter and increase the pace of vaccine rollout across the world.
Evidence shows the government’s vaccine-obsessed strategy is misguided. Eliminating the Delta variant cannot be achieved with vaccines only but together with mitigation.
No, we can’t treat COVID-19 like the flu. We have to consider the lasting health problems it causes.5 min read
COVID-19 will always be a very different disease to the flu. We should aim to stamp it out like measles, not let it spread.
Why it is important to pay attention to evolutionary theory when considering population health.
Will the government act quickly enough to protect the most vulnerable from the third wave of COVID-19?3 min read
The populations most at risk of severe COVID-19, older and vaccinated early, may need to receive a booster jab earlier than expected because their protection is waning significantly against vaccine-resistant Delta variant.
Stories of reaching herd immunity were certainly premature. We may easily have “the next India” just around the corner. How much excess death must we see before global cooperations overcome the “me first” approaches from the wealthier countries?