As we predicted yesterday (and updated hours after publication), the CDC has revised its guidance from last May — which said that vaccinated people do not need to wear masks in most indoor settings. Now the recommendation is that everyone … Continue reading →
Items of recent pandemic news you may have missed: Too much testing of asymptomatic immune people? The new risk calculus of the delta variant, the coming mitigations, the anatomy of why delta spreads so fast, and more. Plus a frippery. … Continue reading →
Items of recent pandemic news you may have missed: What the delta variant actually does (hint: it doesn’t “transmit” better); about correlates of protection; and the unresolved question of how the J&J vaccine works against delta. Plus a frippery. J&J … Continue reading →
Nine items of recent pandemic news you may have missed: Rapid testing, mixing and matching vaccines, booster shots, the genetics predicting severe Covid-19, another blow to J&J, some mechanisms behind neurological damage, and more. Plus a frippery. 1. Pfizer wants … Continue reading →
Items of recent pandemic news you may have missed: The animals sold in Wuhan’s wet markets; animal reservoirs for SARS-CoV-2; and animal vaccinations. Plus the usual frippery, this one animal-themed as well. A vaccine for zoo animals We have discussed … Continue reading →
This blog is a weekly current awareness service for the pandemic, with occasional feature articles. It began as a group blog chronicling lives in the Twin Cities in the time of coronavirus social distancing, quarantine, working from home, and distance learning. For nine months the blog posted pandemic awareness content twice weekly, on Tuesdays and Fridays.
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