Coronavirus links: empty gas tanksPost author:AdminPost published:January 24, 2021Post category:FinancePost comments:0 CommentsTable of Contents VariantsVaccinesVaccine distributionGetting vaccinatedResearchTreatmentSpreadMasksDataEarlier on Abnormal ReturnsMixed mediaVariantsThe UK variant will eventually become dominant in the US. (nytimes.com)The Pfizer ($PFE)-BioNTech ($BTNX) also works against the UK variant. (statnews.com)A closer look at the B.1.1.7 variant. (nytimes.com)Why researchers are more concerned with the 501Y.V2 variant. (vox.com)The U.S. is trying to up capacity to test for new coronavirus variants. (ft.com)What we know, and importantly, don’t know about the variants. (statnews.com)VaccinesHow the UK’s use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca ($AZN) vaccine is speeding vaccinations. (wsj.com)Chinese and Russian manufacturers are seeing growing appetite from foreign buyers for their Covid-19 vaccines. (ft.com)The French are uniquely skeptical about the coronavirus vaccines. (wsj.com)Vaccines for children are coming, albeit slowly. And will be necessary for herd immunity. (theatlantic.com)The second generation Covid vaccines are coming. (scientificamerican.com)Vaccine distributionAlex Tabbarok, “We have a very limited window in the United States to make a big push on vaccines and we are failing. We are failing phenomenally badly.” (marginalrevolution.com)As the vaccine rollout continue the big pharmacy chains have a big role to play. (bloomberg.com)Black Americans are getting vaccinated at a lower rate. (scientificamerican.com)Why we should delay vaccinating those people already with Covid antibodies. (statnews.com)Retailers are offering workers extra pay (and time) to get vaccinated. (npr.org)The vaccine rollout in nursing homes has been uneven. (nytimes.com)Getting vaccinatedYou’re own your own to stay on top of vaccine appointments. (fastcompany.com)Side effects are a sign that the vaccines are working. (behavioralscientist.org)If offered the shot, take it. (nytimes.com)ResearchHow Covid could set off autoantibodies. (nature.com)mRNAs rely on lipids to work. (blogs.sciencemag.org)TreatmentEli Lilly’s ($LLY) bamlanivimab is effective in preventing severe cases of Covid-19. (indystar.com)A cheap anti-viral, ivermectin, seems to help with moderate to severe Covid cases. (ft.com)SpreadWhat does a more contagious virus mean for schools? (nytimes.com)In a car these days with someone else? Open the windows. (nytimes.com)MasksDouble-masking is the new masking. (nytimes.com)When can we stop wearing face masks? It depends… (theatlantic.com)DataHow big data can be used to forecast which patients will develop severe Covid. (theconversation.com)The pandemic has nearly wiped out seasonal influenza this year. (wsj.com)Across the board, men are more vulnerable to Covid-19. (newatlas.com)How Arizona’s second wave played out. (politicalcalculations.blogspot.com)Earlier on Abnormal ReturnsCoronavirus links: good enough. (abnormalreturns.com)There’s only one way through the pandemic tunnel. (abnormalreturns.com)The ‘Swiss cheese model’ and the importance of avoiding single points of failure in pandemic and life. (abnormalreturns.com)Get used to the term ‘digital health passport’ as the coronavirus vaccine rolls out nationwide. (abnormalreturns.com)On the challenge of holding two competing thoughts on the pandemic in your head a the same time. (abnormalreturns.com)Mixed mediaThe pandemic provided us with horrible tradeoffs – no wonder some people wished it away. (quillette.com)There’s no telling the long term impact the pandemic will have on health care workers. (bloomberg.com)How one low-income elementary school has navigated the pandemic so far. (wired.com) You Might Also Like Longform links: desire’s greatest trickJanuary 24, 2021 Personal finance links: your brain on moneyJanuary 24, 2021 Top clicks this week on Abnormal ReturnsJanuary 24, 2021Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to commentEnter your email address to commentEnter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.