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Covid 19 Vaccines

  1. plagued
    Paging Dr. NormalcyAshish Jha, the COVID czar, wants to make vaccines great again.
  2. qanon nation
    The ReAwaken America Tour Is the Start of QAnon 2.0The conspiracy theory that has gripped the conservative movement is evolving. But into what?
  3. the intelligencer profile
    The Pandemic InterpreterWhy are so many liberals mad at David Leonhardt?
  4. covid-19
    Pfizer Delays FDA Request for COVID Vaccine for Kids Under 5Shots for tots are now months away, as Pfizer anticipates pending data will prove administering three doses is more effective than two.
  5. 2022 midterms
    Will This Be the Year Senator Ron Johnson’s Luck Runs Out?He’s a loud-and-proud yahoo running for reelection in a battleground state, but that doesn’t guarantee he’ll be an easy target for Democrats.
  6. the pandemic
    The Infuriating Wait for the Youngest-Kids VaccinePfizer’s shot for children under 5 was expected soon. What happened?
  7. omicron
    Is Omicron a New Wave or a Parallel Pandemic?If the new variant is spreading preferentially among the vaccinated, it may not mean much for the future course of the pandemic.
  8. just asking questions
    A Skeptic’s Case Against Boosting EveryoneDr. Paul Offit, an FDA advisor, explains why he thinks another shot for most people is unnecessary, even with Omicron.
  9. pandemic
    Why Omicron and Delta Could Be a ‘Twin Epidemic’Dr. Peter Hotez sorts through the uncertainty about the new variant and how it may affect people differently than its cousin.
  10. politics
    The NYPD is the Latest Police Force to Fight Vaccine MandatesThe city’s biggest police union is suing.
  11. covid-19
    Cash Lotteries Didn’t Do Much to Boost Vaccination Rates, Study FindsA study in the JAMA Health Forum said a link between vaxx rates and lottery announcements was “statistically indistinguishable from zero.”
  12. covid-19
    FDA Sees Promise in J&J Booster But Finds Issues in DataThe agency couldn’t independently verify the company’s data and noted that one study’s result might have been due to a test’s low sensitivity.
  13. covid-19 vaccines
    How COVID Won the SummerFailures of solidarity both within countries and between them enabled the Delta variant’s spread.
  14. covid-19
    I Drove 8 Hours to (Maybe) Get My Baby the COVID VaccineLast week, I got an offer to enroll my 14-month-old in a COVID-vaccine trial. My only worry was that I wouldn’t make the appointment in time.
  15. pandemic
    You’ll Need a Vaccine to Eat Inside NYC Restaurants SoonThe requirement for indoor dining, gyms, concerts, and more comes down this month.
  16. pandemic
    Vaccine Mandates Are for the Public GoodIf you’re a frontline worker, vaccination is a moral obligation.
  17. covid-19
    What to Know About COVID Breakthrough InfectionsThere have been isolated reports of new cases among fully vaccinated people, prompting confusion and alarm. Here’s what’s going on.
  18. covid-19
    De Blasio Tells City Workers: Get a Shot or ElseUnvaccinated city employees including teachers and cops will be required to undergo weekly testing and mask indoors if they decline to get vaccinated.
  19. politics
    Tennessee Fires Vaccine Chief For Promoting VaccinesRepublicans have torn into the state’s health department after an official said teens can legally get the shots without their parents’ permission.
  20. covid-19 vaccines
    The Willfully Unvaccinated Are the Newest Republican MartyrsLike white folks and Christians, the unvaccinated are being encouraged to view themselves as objects of discrimination requiring political protection.
  21. covid-19
    Lotteries, Doughnuts, Joints: The Weird Incentives to Get People VaccinatedThe nation’s drive toward herd immunity gets creative.
  22. covid-19
    CDC Eases Up, Says People Don’t Always Need to Wear Masks OutdoorsThe long-awaited loosening of some COVID precautions begins, especially for the fully vaccinated.
  23. vaccines
    U.S. Vaccination Pace Stalls After Months of GrowthA sharp week-over-week drop is a bad sign in the fight for herd immunity.
  24. covid-19
    How Long Are You Immune After the COVID Vaccine?What we know and don’t know about the shots, which remain in their relative infancy.
  25. covid-19
    The Story of One DoseInside the sprawling operational puzzle of bringing the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine to the public.
  26. covid-19
    CDC Data Suggests Vaccinated Don’t Carry, Can’t Spread VirusSome public-health experts have pushed back on the CDC director’s claim that “vaccinated people do not carry the virus” and “don’t get sick.”
  27. covid-19 vaccines
    Ex-Presidents Come Together to Promote COVID Vaccination … Except TrumpTrump whining as the other former presidents work together on a PSA tells you everything you need to know about his historical uniqueness.
  28. covid-19
    U.K. Is First to Grant Emergency Authorization for Western VaccineHigh-risk Britons will start getting the shots next week.