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Vaxi Taxi targets vaccine anxiety as UK minority uptake lags

The Vaxi Taxi was a godsend for Leslie Reid.

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The growth of vaccine passports

Vaccine passports were touted early in the pandemic as an important piece of the plan to get people back to normal life. Now they’re becoming a reality.Driving the news: CLEAR, the secure digital identity app that you see in airports around the world, and Com…

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“Vaccine tourism” stretches states’ supplies

Americans who are highly motivated to get vaccinated are traveling across state lines after hearing about larger vaccine supplies or loopholes in sign-up systems.Why it matters: “Vaccine tourism” raises ethical and legal questions, and could worsen the racial…

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Vaccine Passports Pave the Road to the New Normal

With COVID-19 vaccines being rolled out globally, digital vaccine immunity certificates hold great promise for helping us reach a post-pandemic normal.

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Merck/J&J deal may help US get enough vaccine for all adults by end of May

Merck will dedicate two facilities to making the newly authorized J&J vaccine.

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Tensions over vaccine equity pit rural against urban America

Rita Fentress was worried she might get lost as she traveled down the unfamiliar forested, one-lane road in rural Tennessee in search of a coronavirus vaccine. Then the trees cleared and the Hickman County Agricultural Pavilion appeared.

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This is the coronavirus vaccine data everybody needs to see right now

More than 20 million people in the UK have received at least one vaccine dose as of today. The UK mutation drove a record COVID-19 wave that peaked on January 8th, a few weeks after the nation’s vaccination campaign first started. A variety of studies show that both the Pfizer/BioNTech and AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines effectively prevent…

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Why COVID-19 vaccine distribution methods fall short and 3 ways to improve them

Several proposals have emerged on how to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine, but they fall short in ensuring that the vaccine is distributed fairly. A team including Binghamton University professor Nicole Hassoun suggests three ways to more fairly and effectively distribute the vaccine so that people in poor countries get the vaccine as soon as possible.

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Vaccine trials ramp up in children and adolescents

Vaccine trials ramp up in children and adolescents

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Push for improved vaccine accessibility as world carefully looks ahead

Some of the world’s most powerful countries issued a rare unified call for better vaccine access for poorer nations on Friday, as inoculation campaigns strengthened and governments cautiously envisioned a post-COVID future.