Public Health

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Vaccine rollout: History shows us that it’s always a bit shambolic.

5 min read
History tells us that delays, administrative hurdles, messiness and complexity are the norm rather than the exception when it comes to the rollout of vaccines.

The Government can’t afford to get its vaccine strategy wrong.

5 min read
What is currently the government’s strategy regarding Covid-19 vaccines? Two doses? One dose? What are the risks? Who knows what the government’s SAGE committee has advised?

Delaying second COVID-19 vaccine doses will make supplies last longer but comes with risks.

7 min read
With vaccine shortages looming, experts are debating whether it is important to receive two doses or whether it is better to give one dose to more people and give a second when the supply is better.

Mutating coronavirus: Reaching herd immunity just got harder, but there is still hope.

5 min read
New variants will push the number needed to reach herd immunity up.

Are ‘immunity passports’ a good idea?

5 min read
Vaccinated people may still transmit infection, and we need to gather evidence after the Covid-19 vaccines are rolled out to measure if vaccines can confer sterilising immunity and eliminate transmission.

We cannot outrun the virus.

3 min read
To tackle the coronavirus, we need aggressive suppression measures and aggressive vaccination programmes.

School reopening — No, Government doesn’t really care about children’s education.

23 min read
No, Boris Johnson and his government don’t care about children’s education. Tories care about the Economy, Money, and their good friends’ businesses and shares. They worry not about the little ones learning Maths and English but about their parents showing up at work every morning.
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