@nytimes
The New York Times
5 days ago
With the U.S. set to allow vaccinated travelers from Canada into the U.S., it’s not clear how the policy will apply to “mix and match” vaccinations — a strategy common in Canada in which someone gets one shot of one vaccine and a second of another.
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@Bier_Automata
whale bone self cath enthusiast
5 days ago
@nytimes All the early data shows mixing vaccines works comparably as well, the downside is side effects are more pronounced but tolerable. Sorry the US has no room to criticize any other countries vaccination policies when it's the cause of that limited supply to other countries.
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@nyttypos
Typos of the New York Times
5 days ago
@nytimes Mid-sentence capitalized "But," @heathertal, @amyvirshup. Maybe you intended that comma before it to be a period.
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@ibidibid
June Winters
5 days ago
@nytimes We just might find out about the efficacy of a ‘mix and match’ vaccine and booster strategy, here in the US - as early as Friday- after the FDA/VRBPAC releases new data for the currently available COVID-19 vaccines.
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@daydream90
Daydream
5 days ago
@nytimes A strategy the US should be using, as well. Because it works.
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@riter_lee
Lee Riter
5 days ago
@nytimes Is there someway to get in contact with someone to discuss the vaccination, to get it there would pretty much have to be some way to do it here. I've got no transportation.
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@Preston83405795
Preston Tucker
4 days ago
@nytimes It's perfectly clear. They both work.
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@piddy44
ThePiddy44
4 days ago
@nytimes Lifting travel restrictions? NOT at Mexico's border. It's been opened.
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@jock_bruce
Jock Bruce
4 days ago
@nytimes Going by the clusterfuck that was entry to the US through Toronto Pearson this morning - nobody cares. After a 3 hr queue to reach the CBP desk I endured the most perfunctory check in 40+ years of entering he US. Pure theatre, the whole thing.
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