In a now-viral Facebook post, physician Brytney Cobia shared her experiences treating unvaccinated, dying Covid-19 patients—and her hope that their deaths can help save the lives of others who remain hesitant about vaccination.
Newly published data from Israel suggests that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine may now be just 39% effective at preventing infection with Covid-19 in the country, compared with 95% in the spring—but experts pointed to important limitations in the data, and emphasized that the vaccine continues to provide strong protection against serious illness.
The coronavirus's highly contagious delta variant has dominated headlines in recent weeks—but CDC and the World Health Organization have also labeled another variant, beta, a "variant of concern," and research suggests it could evade some vaccine protection.
As more offices reopen, you may have been inundated with requests to network or "just grab coffee." Writing for Harvard Business Review, Jenny Taitz and Greg McKeown share six steps to help you protect time for your priorities—while staying connected and maintaining relationships with others.