By now, we know that there are at least two potentially highly effective Covid-19 vaccines that may soon be available on an Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA. Fantastic news. When that happens, these vaccines will have to be distributed and administered. How will that work?
Let’s look at these parameters: Logistics, Priorities, Administration Process, Labor and Cost. I’m only going to look at this from the perspective of the United States. But we have to understand that this is a global concern. Continue reading →
You’re not alone! At least one-third of the global population is under some form of “stay at home” or lock down restrictions. Perhaps in no other time in history have we seen this much of humanity being asked (or ordered) to limit their movement beyond their own front door. This has led to tremendous changes for millions of people with schools closed, malls, restaurants, bars, movie theaters and most other retail establishments like hair salons, gyms and clothing stores all closed as well. Of course, this has led to millions of stories of quarantine and lock down.
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