October 18, 2021

Weekly review: Do vaccinated people spread Covid-19? Here's what early research suggests.

Daily Briefing

    Whether Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines need boosters, the best- and worst-case scenarios for Covid-19 this winter, and more.

    The best- and worst-case scenarios for Covid-19 this winter, according to experts (Tuesday, Oct. 12)

    The Covid-19 surge caused by the delta variant is starting to slow, but as winter approaches, the trajectory of the coronavirus is unknown. Here are the best- and worst-case scenarios of the pandemic this winter.

    Do the Moderna and J&J vaccines need boosters? Here's what the data reveals. (Wednesday, Oct. 13)

    FDA on Tuesday released data on potential Covid-19 booster shots for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine recipients, but the agency's staff chose not to take a position on whether those boosters were necessary ahead of the meeting of an independent advisory panel.

    Do vaccinated people spread Covid-19? Here's what early research suggests. (Thursday, Oct. 14)

    Although the conventional wisdom is that people with breakthrough infections can still transmit the coronavirus to others, new research suggests vaccination may change the virus and make it less transmissible, Joe Palca reports for NPR's "Shots."

    7 must-read books for the fall, according to Advisory Board experts (Friday, Oct. 15)

    For Advisory Board’s fall reading list, our experts have harvested a wide-ranging list of seven recommendations on the experience of silence, self-acceptance through yoga, an examination of our mortality, and more.

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