More than 150 million Americans – 46% of the country – has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 36% of the country’s population is fully vaccinated. Despite very rare side effects, public health officials consider vaccines to be effective at preventing severe illness and be the ticket to something resembling pre-pandemic life.haryha
Stories from Drexel University's media relations team
Will Increasing Number of Disease Outbreaks Affect Vaccine Legislation?
With cases of measles spreading across the country and an increasing number of parents not wanting to vaccinate their children due to religious or philosophical beliefs, more states are expected to debate legislation on whether […]
Q+A: How Do Flu Shots Work? And Why Do They Fail?
Entire classes of students calling out sick. Young, healthy adults dying. Hospitals overwhelmed with too many patients and not enough IV bags. Illness is plaguing thousands of Americans during what officials say is the worst […]