This is a very ambitious and rapid rollout campaign when comparing the COVID-19 vaccine rollout with that of the smallpox vaccine in 1947. On that occasion, 6,350,000 were vaccinated in New York City over a period of less than a month. https://t.co/xLZdiOQE4W
CDC has issued an order requiring air travelers to the US from a foreign country to get COVID tested no more than 3 days before their flight & provide negative results or documentation of COVID-19 recovery. This is effective Jan. 26th. Info/faq's at: https://t.co/rOV8pKc0Uy
“Providing schools and businesses with clear guidance on risk-reducing behaviors and testing helps them stay open safely, which is valuable for the economy and society as a whole,” said Nancy Gagliano, M.D., leader of the RADx Tech Implementation Core.
In terms of the vaccine itself, Dr. Russell Medford, Chairman of the Center for Global Health Innovation and Global Health Crisis Coordination Center, said that Americans should feel confident about its effectiveness. https://t.co/xLZdiOQE4W
"I think we're all hoping for somewhere between 70% to 75% of the population [to be vaccinated]," said Dr. Georges Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association. https://t.co/xLZdiOQE4W
Congratulations to our CEO @MariaThackerG on being named to @GeorgiaTrend's list of 100 Most Influential Georgians. Thank you for your leadership & dedication in advancing the life sciences, global health, and health technology industries worldwide.
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