How will you actually know when it’s your turn to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

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When and how you’ll be notified about your place in the vaccine line—and how proactive you’ll have to be in finding the information—will depend heavily on the state and city you live in. The Onion recently satirized the disjointed nature of information around the vaccine rollout, suggesting that the best shot at staying informed is to cobble together information from Twitter accounts of “reporters, medical researchers, and politically engaged musicians… [and a] Tacoma-area mom who shares screenshots of vital information.” Read Full Story

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Sorry, the COVID-19 vaccine won’t make life go back to normal right away

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If you were hoping that the new COVID-19 vaccines could make it possible to stop wearing masks and social distancing, think again. Pfizer’s new COVID-19 vaccine might get FDA emergency use authorization in a few weeks, and a small group of Americans might begin getting shots in December. Moderna’s vaccine might quickly follow. But even for those who can get vaccinated soon—potentially 20 million people in the U.S., out of a population of more than 320 million—life won’t be able to go back to normal yet. Read Full Story

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COVID-19 vaccine update: Young people might have to wait until 2022, says WHO

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“People tend to think that on the first of January or the first of April, I’m going to get the vaccine, and then things will be back to normal. It’s not going to work like that.” As there are fewer than three months left to the year, and as another COVID-19 vaccination trial has been forced to hit the pause button , it’s looking increasingly unlikely that there will be a COVID-19 vaccine this year. Read Full Story

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