Tag Archives: Vaccine

John Snow or Great Barrington? The actuaries chart this week’s COVID issues.

                                                WWW.COVID-ARG.COM The Friday Report – Issue 25 By Matthew Fletcher, John Roberts & Dan Ryan COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Why a vaccine can provide better immunity than an actual infection

Thanks to Nicola Oliver for highlighting this article from the Conversation in Linked in. At a time of increased anxiety, information about roads to immunity give some comfort, but this article by Maitreyi Shivkumar manages to underpin optimism with medical … Continue reading

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WAITING FOR THE VACCINE. C-19 actuaries new monthly medical update

Given the pace of change with ‘all things COVID’, it can be hard – even for those who follow all the updates – to know what the overall state of play is regarding medical developments in particular, as opposed to … Continue reading

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COVID-19 ; Vaccines and Antivirals

  What is a vaccine? Vaccination is the administration of a vaccine to help the immune system develop protection from a disease which is achieved by essentially imitating an infection. Vaccines have historically been constructed to  contain either inactivated viruses … Continue reading

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