Liz Szabo, Kaiser Health News January 15, 2021 As an emergency physician, Dr. Eugenia South was in the first group of people to receive a covid vaccine. She received her second dose last week — even before President-elect Joe Biden. Yet South said she’s in no rush […]
Judith Graham January 14, 2021 Use Our Content It can be republished for free. For weeks, doctors’ phones have been ringing off the hook with anxious older patients on the other end of the line. “When can I get a covid-19 vaccine?” these patients want to know. […]
Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News January 13, 2021 Dr. Andrew Carroll — a family doctor in Chandler, Arizona — wants to help his patients get immunized against covid, so he paid more than $4,000 to buy an ultra-low-temperature freezer from eBay needed to store the Pfizer vaccine. […]
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Natural scientists have done their part by creating vaccines. To get people to take them, we need social science. By Jill Richardson | December 22, 2020 With the new COVID-19 vaccine available, Dr. Anthony Fauci says Americans can begin to achieve herd immunity by next summer. Herd immunity occurs when so many […]
Black and Latina women have been on the frontlines of fighting COVID-19. Across the country, they are now the first to be inoculated against it. Chabeli Carrazana, Barbara Rodriguez Originally published by The 19th The women went first. In hospitals across the country this week, woman after woman […]
By Steve Bittenbender | The Center Square/December 14, 2020 (The Center Square) – A critical care registered nurse from a hospital in Queens became the first New Yorker – and possibly first American – to receive the COVID-19 vaccination Monday morning. Sandra Lindsay received the first dose of the […]