YSPH in the Media - Selected Links
A federal advisory panel will meet Wednesday to debate whether and how Johnson & Johnson’s JNJ +0.11% Covid-19 vaccine should continue to be used in the U.S., following reports of rare but severe blood clots among a few recipients.
- April 13, 2021
We’re not seeing anything that is outside the bounds of what we typically see with new vaccines: Dr. Howard FormanSource: Yahoo! Finance
Dr. Howard Forman, Yale School of Public Health Professor joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss the latest with the JNJ vaccine.
- April 13, 2021Source: The Christian Science Monitor
Hoping to attract students back into the classroom for a more normal fall semester, colleges and universities are starting to require COVID-19 vaccinations for in-person attendance.
- April 10, 2021Source: Fox 61
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases will be the commencement speaker for the 2021 graduates of the Yale School of Public Health.
- April 10, 2021Source: NBC Connecticut
The Yale School of Public Health announced that Dr. Anthony Fauci will be the commencement speaker this year. Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will speak during the hybrid ceremony on May 24.
- April 09, 2021Source: WFSB Eyewitness News 3
Is the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine a different make-up than the first dose? Or is it the same thing again?
- April 09, 2021Source: Today
Many have reported experiencing side effects, like fatigue, chills or muscle aches after receiving a COVID-19 vaccination, but others may experience no symptoms or just feel arm pain.
- April 09, 2021Source: US News & World Report
FRIDAY, April 9, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Could there actually be a mental health upside to the ongoing pandemic?
- April 08, 2021Source: New Haven Register
NEW HAVEN — A vaccine made from inactivated coronavirus has shown to be effective against the virus variant discovered in Brazil, according to a Yale University release.
- April 08, 2021Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
It’s been more than three months since the coronavirus last infiltrated Westbury Medical Care and Rehab in Jackson. The section reserved for COVID-19 patients sits empty. But, when registered nurse Jennifer Vasil walks down the unit’s quiet hallway, she can still see the faces of the sick, still feel the fear.