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3 Million Doctors and Nurses Have Had the COVID-19 Vaccine. You Can, Too.

We have (nearly) forgotten what we learned from the anti-smoking campaigns of the sixties and seventies. On December 1, 1966, a lawyer in his 20s named John Banzhaf – later to become a professor at George Washington University Law School – petitioned WCBS-TV in New York City to provide free air time to respond to … Continue reading “3 Million Doctors and Nurses Have Had the COVID-19 Vaccine. You Can, Too.”

An Even Deeper Look at Vaccination Rates in New York City

Vaccination and seropositivity. The hyper-vaccinated Upper East and Upper West Sides. African American vaccination rates lag those of Spanish speakers. In A Deeper Look at Vaccination Inequity in Los Angeles County, we delved into the inequities of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in the largest county in the United States. Here, we head eastward to the … Continue reading “An Even Deeper Look at Vaccination Rates in New York City”