“I think we need to move on from that and talk about what is effective.”
Only for those in a coma since March.
“We’re getting both sides of the immune system stimulated and that is fairly unusual for vaccines.”
“They are groups that need to be moved to the forefront, in my opinion.”
“To say that the Black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy.”
The new normal.
“The symptoms I experienced weren’t life threatening. They’re over, and I’m back to marathon training.”
“It will be tested in 10,260 volunteers across the United Kingdom…”
“This is going to go away at some point.”
“We don’t think at this point, given the totality of evidence, that it is reasonable to routinely give this drug to patients.”
The non-information superhighway
“We’re pretty sure we’ll get a signal by June about whether this works or not.”
“pandemic infections don’t tend to die down in the summer, like seasonal flu does”
“Why they opt to blame others?”
“other teams have had to start with small clinical trials”
“I am speaking out because to combat this deadly virus, science — not politics or cronyism — has to lead the way.”
“This finding could shed light on differences in regional mortality.”
“I think it might actually have some merit under certain circumstances.”
“Probably not going to happen.”
Emergency authorization for a billion doses by “early 2021”?
Good luck with that
“I would expect a vaccine for coronavirus would have a similar profile to those vaccines. It’s great news.”
Captain Trips? Is that you?
We have to be better at this by now, don’t we?
Could be on its way to extinction
“It shouldn’t require a law.”
“I think there are times in which there can be some rules.”
“I went up and said ‘Hey, this is not okay'”
Cutting through the red tape
Hang on, Karen. We’ll put you right through