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75%, or three out of four, heads of state are utilizing Twitter.
I think this is a prescient analysis of what happened in California- we didn't protect workers with financial help or chisel lockdowns so they could work; also started lockdowns very early. Let's chisel them now. https://t.co/fdQ414iXYa
@AmeshAA Thanks, Amesh! Since several have mentioned influenza, this vaccine prevents both infection and disease. It's just unfortunately not that effective in either, though effective enough still to recommend widespread use.
Yes. If a vaccine is just ~60% effective (in a good year) at protecting against symptomatic disease it is not going to be that effective at protection against asymptomatic infection https://t.co/DzGcQIYbBR
“If there is an example of a vaccine in widespread clinical use that has this selective effect — prevents disease but not infection — I can’t think of one!”— important point from @PaulSaxMD on unlikely asymptomatic transmission from the vaccinated https://t.co/sGtYXzkGH3
Asymptomatic spread is actually the Achilles heel of COVID-19 prevention which is why masks are recommended. But that is because people were not immune as they will be after vaccine; immunity takes this from bad virus to nothing virus (95% efficacy) https://t.co/6oDxIFsrbu
Pittsburgh-based infectious disease expert Dr. Amesh Adalja said taking the same precautions that have been advised since the start of the pandemic will help contain the spread of the disease, including the covid variants. https://t.co/1RJXp1Vnit