Opinion | A Vaccine That Stops Covid-19 Won’t Be Enough

“best vaccines also serve another, critical, function: They block a pathogen’s transmission from one person to another. And this result, often called an “indirect” effect of vaccination, is no less important than the direct effect of preventing the disease caused by that pathogen. In fact, during a pandemic, it probably is even more important.” …
“That’s what we should be focusing on right now. And yet we are not.”

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