Even as the WHO suggests that the pandemic may be coming to an end, researchers are grappling with the dilemma of what worked and what didn’t and what we might do differently next time.
It’s official. Both the FDA and the CDC have approved the first COVID vaccine to target specific Omicron variants BA.4 and BA.5 in addition to the original virus the vaccines were designed for in 2020. But we continue to see conflicting information about when
We’re approaching our third Labor Day of the pandemic (or post-pandemic, your choice) era. So far I haven’t noticed much anticipatory surge panic. Do you remember Labor Day 2020?
What’s the status of the Omicron vaccines? When we will have one, when we should get one, and how come the UK has one and we don’t?
Dr. Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota has been podcasting on COVID-19 since the pandemic began. I don’t always agree with him, but I appreciate his honest assessment of where we are with the coronavirus.
WHO has lost control of the public naming process. It was bound to happen.
Last week when I was in the UK, the news was all about inflation, heat waves, drought, fires, supply chain problems, and staff shortages. Sound familiar?
Last week I attended a very special reunion with two of my classmates from the 1950’s-era American Dependents School in Tehran.