Given that the CDC says vaccinated people can still spread the delta variant, how do vaccine mandates and passports make any sense?
A newly released study conducted by Emory University suggests recovered COVID-19 patients possess long-term immunity to the respiratory virus months after infection.
The excessively narrow medical exemptions for COVID vaccine mandates at many colleges put students at unnecessary risk of serious complications, including hospitalization and death.
‘Virtually all of them that you see on your TV cameras have been vaccinated. They are not going to be transmitting this disease, they are not going to be vulnerable to it anymore.’ But they still wear masks.
People who recovered from COVID-19 are likely to have “robust” and “long-lasting” immunity that lasts for years, a new study suggests.
Freaking out about ‘herd immunity’ looks like a smear campaign designed to prevent Americans, including the president, from hearing the scientific case against the lockdowns.
A rise in cases without a matching increase in deaths is something we should celebrate, not least because it likely protects vulnerable people from death due to rising immunity.
‘It might even be curiously safer for some to join the study than to await probable infection and then try to rely on the general health-care system,’ said Nir Eyal, director of the Center for Population-Level Bioethics at Rutgers University.
Rep. Paul Mosley, the driver in question, isn’t a member of Congress. He represents Arizona’s District 5 in the Arizona House of Representatives.
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