Saturday, June 19, 2021

Saturday Stories: Delta, Ventilation, and Childhood COVID

Jennifer Yang and Kenyon Wallace, in The Toronto Star, on how cities, provinces and countries awash in vaccines can still mess things up if they're not cautious with the Delta variant. 

Tavia Grant, in The Globe and Mail, on the need to address ventilation in workplaces.

Edward Nirenberg and Risa Hoshino, in Medpage Today, on COVID in childhood.


Saturday, June 05, 2021

Saturday Stories: The Finish Line and Microchips


Jessica Smith-Cross, in QP Briefing, on Ontario's (and really everywhere's) COVID finish line

James Heathers, in The Atlantic, ponders whether or not he received a microchip in his COVID vaccine.


Saturday, May 22, 2021

Saturday Stories: They Were Loved


More than 25,000 Canadians have been lost to COVID-19 (and terrible governance given the bulk of those deaths were preventable), Macleans is collecting their stories. Please take the time today to click at least a few.



Saturday, May 15, 2021

Saturday Stories: Vaccinating Kids, Hatred And COVID


Gideon M-K, in Medium, on whether or not we should be vaccinating kids against the coronavirus (tl;dr - yes) 

Bernie Farber and David Fisman, in The Globe and Mail, on the overlap between racism, hate, and COVID denialists. 

Photo byAnthony Crider; cropped by Beyond My Ken (talk) 20:37, 9 April 2018 (UTC) - Charlottesville "Unite the Right" Rally, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=68193094


Saturday, May 08, 2021

Saturday Stories: Blood Clots, NNTs, And Incentives


Kai Kupferschmidt and Gretchen Vogel, in Science, explore the future of vaccines with rare risks of blood clots.

Andrew Althouse, in Medscape, on vaccines and the failure of NNTs.

John Michael McGrath, in TVO, makes the case for paying people to get vaccinated



Saturday, April 17, 2021