April 5, 2021

Weekly review: 10 tips for talking to people hesitant to get a Covid-19 vaccine

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    What CDC's data shows about how Covid-19 vaccines work in the real world, the most (and least) stressed states in America, according to WalletHub, and more.

    10 tips for talking to people hesitant to get a Covid-19 vaccine (Monday, March 29)

    As the supply of Covid-19 vaccines ramps up, experts expect the next obstacle to achieving herd immunity will be persuading more people to actually get vaccinated. Here's how to talk to people who are hesitant to get a vaccine, according to physicians, vaccine experts, and more.

    Do Covid-19 vaccines work in the real world? Here's what CDC's latest data shows.(Tuesday, March 30)

    New CDC data is shedding light on how well the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines work in real-world conditions. But even as the country races to vaccinate the population, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky warned of a sense of "impending doom" as coronavirus cases rise yet again.

    The most (and least) stressed states in America, according to WalletHub(Wednesday, March 31)

    WalletHub on Monday released its annual list of the most stressed-out states in America, with Nevada ranking as the most stressed state and South Dakota ranking as the least stressed. See how your state performed on our interactive map.

    Deaths in America climbed by 18% in 2020—and Covid-19 wasn't the only cause(Thursday, April 1)

    New mortality data published by CDC researchers indicates that Covid-19 was the third-leading cause of death in the United States in 2020—but the researchers also found substantial increases in deaths attributed to other major causes.

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