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  1. 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.
  2. vaccines
    The J&J Vaccine Supply Is About to PlummetIf you’re hoping to find an appointment for a one-and-done COVID vaccine in the next few days, your chances are about to get considerably worse.
  3. covid-19
    Biden Shaves Off Two Weeks From His Goal for Vaccine EligibilityWith shots accelerating, he wants all adults to be cleared for one by April 19.
  4. covid-19
    Pfizer Vaccine 100 Percent Effective in Teens, New Study ShowsAppears to work even better than it does in adults, raising hopes of a return to normalcy in schools this fall.
  5. covid-19
    Got Breast Milk? With Antibodies?Without a vaccine for children, parents hunt for what they think is the next best thing.
  6. covid-19
    Polls: Vaccine Hesitancy Dropping, Satisfaction With Rollout RisingMore good news as the daily rate of shots nears 3 million.
  7. covid-19
    How Johnson & Johnson’s Vaccine Became the Hot ShotWhat first looked like an inferior option has become popular, with many people seeking it out over Pfizer or Moderna’s jabs.
  8. covid-19
    Did Europe Go Too Far in Pausing the AstraZeneca Vaccine?One expert says she is “tremendously disturbed” by the decision to halt the shot over blood-clot fears.
  9. covid-19
    Whatever Happened to the AstraZeneca Vaccine?Expectations were high for the shot; now it’s languishing in U.S. warehouses and European authorities have put it on pause.
  10. covid-19
    COVID Vaccine Side Effects: Everything You Need to KnowYou’re more likely to have a reaction if you’re younger, female, or receiving your second dose — but severe side effects are rare.
  11. covid-19
    America’s Next COVID Obstacle: Vaccine DesertsThe supply has never been higher, but it’s not always getting to communities most desperately in need.
  12. public health
    Fully Vaccinated People Can Gather Unmasked, CDC SaysThe federal agency says fully vaccinated people can indulge in perks like spending time unmasked with low-risk or other vaccinated individuals.
  13. covid-19
    The Pandemic’s Dr. Doom Bets It AllWhy Michael Osterholm staked his credibility on predicting a new wave — and delayed his own second shot to stop it.
  14. vaccines
    Vaccine Hesitancy Is Falling, According to a New PollThe number of people who say they want a shot (or have already gotten one) has jumped way up.
  15. covid-19
    How to Overcome Fear of Needles to Get Vaccinated, According to Experts“Shots in arms” isn’t exactly a comforting phrase for many.
  16. covid-19
    The U.S. Vaccination Effort Is Speeding Up — FastSupplies are booming, and the number of shots in arms is skyrocketing.
  17. coronavirus
    I Was a COVID-Vaccine-Site BouncerThe city tried to build a COVID volunteer corps. The system wasn’t prepared for the demand.
  18. covid-19
    9 Reasons to Believe the Worst of the Pandemic Is OverThe good news is really starting to roll in. (Though there are also a few reasons for caution.)
  19. covid-19
    Evidence Rolls In That One Pfizer Shot Offers Strong Protection Against COVIDIt may bolster the case for delaying second shots in favor of more first doses of vaccine.
  20. covid-19
    Pfizer COVID Vaccine Is Highly Effective After Just One Dose, Study FindsAn Israeli study found the first jab reduces infections by 75 percent, bolstering the case for delaying second doses to stretch out supply.
  21. vaccines
    Biden Said Vaccines for All by Spring — Now It’s SummerWhy do the goal posts keep shifting?
  22. covid-19
    How COVID Vaccines Will Be Upgraded to Fight New VariantsTechnology that brought the world shots in record time have another advantage.
  23. covid-19
    Herd Immunity May Be Out of Reach — But Normality Is in SightThe virus may keep circulating indefinitely, but the vaccines appear robust enough to turn all COVID variants into minor ailments.
  24. tomorrow
    What If the COVID Pandemic Never Really Ends?The latest math on herd immunity is looking grim.
  25. covid-19
    Why Aren’t More Health-Care Workers Getting Vaccinated?The reasons are complex, but the largest health-care workers union may have found a solution to the hesitancy problem.
  26. tomorrow
    Brazil’s New Covid Strain Raises Big – and Scary – QuestionsThe biggest pandemic news may not be from Johnson & Johnson but the Amazonian city of Manaus.
  27. vaccines
    Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shown Highly Effective Against Severe COVIDThe one-shot dose, while less effective against a new coronavirus variant, is great at preventing the worst effects of the virus.
  28. covid-19
    U.S. COVID Cases Continue to PlummetThe big question: Is this another temporary blip or the beginning of the end?
  29. vaccines
    Vaccine Delays Are Screwing Up the E.U.’s Already Slow RolloutLeaders in the bloc are growing increasingly frustrated, as the U.K. and U.S. surge ahead in doses administered.
  30. public policy
    Should You ‘Wait Your Turn’ for the COVID-19 Vaccine?Amid a disastrous vaccine rollout, is it wrong to take advantage of technicalities and glitches?
  31. covid-19
    Why Has America’s Vaccination Drive Suddenly Stalled?Just as Trump left, the U.S. started running out of vaccine, leading to canceled appointments and growing anger as the pandemic kills record numbers.
  32. covid-19
    What We’re Not Telling the Public When They Get the VaccineThe time to prevent rumors is when people’s sleeves are rolled up.
  33. covid vaccines
    The Vaccine Stockpile the White House Released This Week Doesn’t Exist: ReportThe Trump administration had already depleted the vaccine stockpile it said it would release, sowing more confusion for state and local authorities.
  34. coronavirus
    America’s Vaccine Rollout Is Already a DisasterVaccines should bring the end of the pandemic, but we’re bungling their distribution just as badly as the rest of our coronavirus response.
  35. covid-19
    All the U.S. Officials Who Have Received the COVID-19 VaccineKamala Harris is the latest public official to get vaccinated. She joins several GOP lawmakers who got the shot after downplaying the pandemic.
  36. liveblog
    Pfizer, Trump Administration Reach Deal for More Doses: Live UpdatesThere will now be enough vaccine for at least 200 million Americans by the end of July.
  37. covid-19
    The Lonely Immunity of the COVID VaccineWhat participating in the Pfizer/BioNTech trial taught me about vaccine skepticism.
  38. shot in the arm
    The Vaccine Arsenal That Will Win the War on COVIDNot all shots are created equal. Here’s what the treacherous, hopeful road ahead looks like.
  39. off like a shot
    The Vaccine Is Coming. When Will New Yorkers Get It?The largest vaccination campaign in the city’s history begins. Here’s what to know.
  40. covid-19
    Should Pregnant People Take the Vaccine? FDA and CDC Say That’s Up to Them.Why there isn’t a definitive answer from the authorities.
  41. encounter
    On the Front Lines of Moderna’s Vaccine ProgramThe past year has been a blur for scientist Mike Smith: “I want my kids to see their grandparents again. It feels like a crushing responsibility.”
  42. tomorrow
    We Had the Vaccine the Whole TimeThe silver bullet we’ve been waiting for took all of one weekend to design.
  43. coronavirus news
    Pfizer Says Its COVID Vaccine May Be 90 Percent EffectiveThe news is exciting, but experts warn that the findings haven’t been peer-reviewed yet.
  44. vision 2020
    Where Does Marianne Williamson Actually Stand on Vaccines?The candidate’s prescriptions for the structural, spiritual revival of the body politic often fail when it comes to the human body.
  45. health
    Measles for the One PercentVaccines, Waldorf schools, and the problem with liberal Luddites.
  46. measles
    President Trump Might Not Be an Anti-Vaxxer AnymoreHey, it’s something!
  47. global tech
    Solar-Powered Fridges Can Help Stop EpidemicsMuch of the world doesn’t have access to vaccines for one solvable reason: transportation logistics.
  48. Trump Is Failing to Follow Through on Many of His Worst IdeasBut the Executive branch is still doing damage.
  49. Trump Health Secretary: States Should Only Require Vaccines If They Feel Like ItGood thing infectious diseases can’t cross state lines.
  50. 2016 gop primary debate
    Asking a Childhood Vaccination Expert About the GOP Debate Will Donald Trump’s or Ben Carson’s opinions on vaccines infect the general populace?
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