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Vaccines are Not an Excuse to Drop Safety Guidelines

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In addition to taking a massive toll on the well-being of humanity, the COVID-19 outbreak has revealed our vulnerability to novel diseases. Fortunately, now that the vaccine has been finally developed, we can stop dealing with all the inconveniences of a public health crisis like social distancing and face masks — at least that is what we’re inclined to believe. However, the reality is more nuanced…




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Sophie Zoria

Sophie Zoria

Sophie Zoria is a passioned author covered tech trends, mobile apps, and design.

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