NYT DAILY TRACKER FOR OUR AREA:
(J. Harris: The Olympics may be canceled again this year, which will be OK if we can still get to get together with our 500,000 closest friends in Sturgis SD in August.)
(J. Harris: Educators, parents, grandparents need to read this short summary.)
1. SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Response in Persons with Past Natural Infection (NEJM):In an observational cohort study, we enrolled 100 health care workers, including 38 with a documented history of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Our study also included 62 participants who had not been previously infected. Both groups of participants received the Pfizer vaccine. No significant difference in circulating anti-spike IgG antibody titers was observed between the samples from previously infected participants and those from previously uninfected participants.
2. The Most Popular J&J Vaccine Story On Facebook? A Conspiracy Theorist Posted It (NPR) CNN. ABC News. The New York Times. Fox News.Those are the publishers of four of the five most popular Facebook posts of articles about the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine this week. Number one however, isn’t from a news organization. Or a government official. Or a public health expert.The most popular link on Facebook about the Johnson & Johnson news was shared by a conspiracy theorist and self-described “news analyst & hip-hop artist” named An0maly.
(J. Harris: So, we’re doing fairly well with our area vaccinations, thanks to many local health departments, drug stores, and especially to Christus Hospitals in the area.)
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