One Size Does Not Fit All When It Comes to Pandemic Applications

This week, Columbia University and Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center researchers reported their assessment of the newly approved COVID-19 booster shot. Unfortunately, the recent release by the FDA of the newest booster shot is not improving our chances of becoming … Continue reading

Could the United States be as Successful with Combatting the Pandemic as India with Antiviral Pills?

The United States has relied on vaccines to fight coronavirus. By many measures, it has been a successful campaign with over 212 million vaccinated. https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vaccinations?country=USA Around 55% have both doses of vaccine, and another 10% have had a single dose. … Continue reading

COVID-19 Coming Back Soon?

One of the charts we do not see when talking about COVID-19 is the number of recoveries versus the number of new cases. I think that is a critical indicator of the effectiveness of the constraints placed on populations around … Continue reading