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As more people get vaccinated and spring weather and sunshine beckon us outdoors, one question may be nagging at you: Do we still need to wear masks outside?
- April 21, 2021
UP CLOSE | Let’s talk about it: The triumphs and failures of public health messaging during COVID-19Source: Yale Daily News
hat is the most effective method to communicate health guidance so that it prompts substantive behavioral change among the population?
- April 20, 2021Source: NBC Connecticut
A full reopening for the state is about a month away. When that happens, experts say a key part of how residents move forward through the pandemic and stay healthy will include wearing a mask.
- April 19, 2021Source: News 8 wtnh.com
Rare blood clots seen with some COVID-19 cases and spring break travel dangers
- April 19, 2021Source: ctpost
Lamont to lift most outdoor COVID restrictions May 1; all remaining business restrictions May 19
- April 19, 2021Source: Salon
Joe Biden has been president for only three months. In that short time his administration has made remarkable strides in the fight against the COVID pandemic and the economic and social devastation it has caused to the United States and the American people. The Trump regime's approach to the pandemic was one of incompetence, negligence, sabotage, lies, conspiracy theories, cruel indifference and outright democide, all filtered through political sadism and authoritarianism. By comparison, the Biden administration has responded to the plague with science, reason, expertise and genuine care and concern for the well-being of the country and its people.
- April 19, 2021Source: Hartford Courant
Connecticut will lift all COVID-19 restrictions with the exception of the mask mandate on May 19, Gov. Ned Lamont announced Monday.
- April 18, 2021Source: China Global Television Network
Chile has found that China's Sinovac vaccine provides significant protection against COVID-19 infection and is more effective in preventing serious cases. The country released a new report that says the Sinovac vaccine is 67 percent effective in preventing infections and at least 80 percent effective in preventing hospitalizations and deaths.
- April 17, 2021Source: New York Post
New York City was awash in COVID-19 vaccination opportunities Saturday, a possible turning point in the inoculation campaign where supply may be outstripping demand.
- April 16, 2021Source: Snopes
A blog post riddled with misinformation is effectively a "Now That's What I Call Music" style anthology of debunked anti-vaccine and COVID-19 denial claims.