We are still in the midst of the biggest wave of COVID-19 cases yet in the US, with rates increasing throughout most of the world.
News this week has been dominated by vaccine issues. That is understandable, as vaccines are what will bring us out of this epidemic.
Two weeks ago, just about every state was seeing rapid increases in case numbers, currently, case numbers are decreasing throughout the US.
With the first COVID-19 vaccinations being administered, the biggest question on everyone’s mind is “when will I be able to get the vaccine?” and the answer is, “ it depends.”
This week marks two of the most important milestones in this entire COVID epidemic. The first person to receive a vaccine and formal independent review by the U.S. FDA.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, COVID rates have started to come off the highs that we saw through the month of November.
As of Wednesday, about 11 and a half million Americans are known to have been infected with SARS CoV2.
The combined effort of Pfizer and BioNTech announced that their vaccine has a 90% protective efficacy in vaccinated individuals.
There is very little news to report this week, so instead, we will look back at some of the original reports from March.
Year-end holidays are traditionally times when people travel distances to reunite friends and families, or even have simple parties to celebrate the milestones of another year. What we have learned over the past few months is that these types of events are exactly what fuels COVID-19 outbreaks and even spread as people take infections back with them when they go home.