How Families Cope When Only One Gets COVID Vaccine


Linsey Marr, PhD, professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.

Leana Wen,  MD, emergency medicine doctor; public health policy professor, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Amesh Adalja, MD, emerging infectious diseases specialist, Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, Baltimore.

Melissa Martin, Atlanta area.

Lindsay Macheska, New York City.

Kaiser Health News: “COVID Vaccines Appear Safe and Effective, but Key Questions Remain.”

CDC: “Frequently Asked Questions about vaccination,” “Covid Data Tracker,” “How to Protect Yourself & Others.”

The Wall Street Journal: “FDA Finds Moderna Covid-19 Vaccine Highly Effective.”

The Associated Press: “Study finds COVID-19 vaccine may reduce virus transmission.”

Mayo Clinic: “Herd immunity and COVID-19 (coronavirus): What you need to know.”



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