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The COVID-19 vaccines are a smash success. But that doesn’t mean they keep every vaccinated person completely free of the coronavirus.
A COVID-19 vaccine that prevents both the disease and viral transmission is the aim. Until then, here is what we need to do.4 min read
We still don’t know if current vaccines prevent people from transmitting the virus to others. Here is why that matters in 2021.
Even if you get vaccinated, you will still wear a mask, work from home if you can, and practice social distancing for many months.
Children may transmit coronavirus at the same rate as adults – What we now know about schools and COVID-19.6 min read
The risk associated with schools is tied to the level of community transmission. The more community transmission there is, the more transmission there will be in schools.
Winter weather forces us to congregate inside but evidence suggests cold, dry air also helps spread respiratory viruses.