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The Definition of “Fully Vaccinated” Needs to Change

The COVID-19 pandemic is a rapidly changing landscape. We are long gone from the days of being threatened by a rampant Alpha virus to having several successive variants. It now appears that the very fast-spreading Omicron may become dominant over … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Vaccinations – Where a Commitment to Diversity is Essential

In my last posting on preparedness for a post-vaccination world I touched on some of the questions facing employers in general – policy questions that should be considered now for the eventualities of later. But digging a little deeper, there … Continue reading

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As the Prospect of a Vaccine Approaches, Business and Communications Challenges Are Just Around the Corner

Coincident to COVID-19 case levels in Europe and the United States entering new and serious levels comes welcome news on the development of a vaccine. Last week Pfizer and BioNTech announced findings from the first interim analysis of the Phase … Continue reading

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FDA AdComm Agenda Covers the Bases

First of all, we are having a bit of a crisis with our crisis. As we appear to be moving into yet another wave of COVID-19 infections, and as research into a vaccine is aggressively underway, we also see serious … Continue reading

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After a Vaccine – What? The Shift from Research and Discovery to Communications

Vaccines for COVID-19 are the focus of the moment – politically and scientifically speaking. On the political front, there has not only been jockeying to try to squeeze the square peg of a vaccine development timeline into a round hole … Continue reading

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