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How COVID-19 drug/vaccine decisions might be based on little evidence

At this point, the Food and Drug Administration could grant emergency-use authorization. In other words, the two vaccines could hinge on the combined results of 64 people. Haseltine concludes: If — or perhaps when — positive early results from these trials are announced, keep my warnings in mind. These protocols seem designed to get a… Read More »

People are getting reinfected with COVID-19. What that means for ‘herd immunity’ and vaccines

Article content continued “It very well might be very rare. But it very well might not be as rare as we think. We just need a better surveillance system for it.” From a public health perspective, “People who have had COVID-19 should behave and be treated as if they had not had the virus,” Pandori… Read More »

What We Know About President Trump’s COVID-19 Antibody Treatment

President Donald Trump announced via Twitter early Friday morning that he and Melania Trump had tested positive for COVID-19. On Friday afternoon, an update from the White House Physician stated that he “received a single 8-gram dose of Regeneron’s polyclonal antibody cocktail.” This content is imported from Twitter. You may be able to find the… Read More »