Adriana Belmonte of Yahoo Finance writes an AOL article talking about vaccine hesitancy in the United States. She describes this as a “stubborn issue that is holding back America’s ability to defend itself against the particularly infectious Delta variant in certain parts of the country.” The two groups mentioned are children under 12 and individuals who are immune compromised, that cannot take vaccines due to allergies or do not have an active response to vaccines. As stated in the article, there are “about 57.4% of Americans over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated and 66.4% have received at least one dose, according to the latest CDC data. President Biden has stated that he is hoping to have a vaccine approved for children under 12 in the coming months.” Read more about vaccine hesitancy and the worries by public health officials in the AOL article here.
Vaccination Hesitancy Amid Delta Variant Puts Two Groups at Particular Risk
As reported by AOL The Winter Olympics is preparing to begin in China and this is not a good sign for visiting countries. China orders lockdown of 13 million people as it continues to battle the spike of Covid-19. China orders lockdown of as many as 13 million people in neighborhoods and workplaces in the northern city […]
As reported by StatNews The world begins to get boosters for the Covid-19 variants and it leaves us wondering will we always need Covid-19 boosters? In a recent article from StatNews, they tackle this very question. While many wonder will we always need Covid-19 boosters, this article might have the answers or insight to help. https://www.statnews.com/2021/12/15/will-we-always-need-covid-19-boosters-experts-have-theories/