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“The slow rollout and the variants are connected because now we’re not only in a race against COVID, but we’re now in a different, slightly different race against a competition that’s running faster than it was before,” said Robert Wachter, chair of the UCSF Department of Medicine, on the “In the Bubble” podcast. “So we have to run even faster to get people vaccinated, and get on top of this.” … [Read more...] about The coronavirus is becoming more infectious. Here’s how to protect yourself
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"Initially, when the COVID surges were hitting one part of the country at a time, traveling nurses were able to go to areas more severely affected. Now with almost the entire country surging at the same time," hospitals are paying twice and three times what they would normally pay for temporary, traveling nurses, said Dr. Jeff Smith, the hospital’s chief operating officer. … [Read more...] about 2 in 5 Americans live where COVID-19 strains hospital ICUs