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I said something like this recently, but after a report that every non-vaccinated person is going to catch the D or D+ variant of COVID-19, here is my policy: When you arrive at the hospital if you have been inoculated, show your card, you will be admitted. If you have not been inoculated, you will receive a COVID test and if positive, you will be sent home.
The COVID-19 Delta variant, a more transmissible form of SARS-CoV-2, is rapidly spreading and poses a threat to unvaccinated and partially vaccinated people.
The latest coronavirus variant has spread to about a dozen countries—including India, the U.S., and the U.K.—while scientists scramble to figure out if the strain is more deadly or transmissible.
The Delta variant infected almost everyone at a 'superspreader' party in Australia — but not the 6 vaccinated people
After a birthday party near Sydney, 24 guests tested positive for COVID-19. The six fully vaccinated guests remained healthy, a health official said.
To gauge what might happen going forward, let’s break down how the delta variant could affect New Yorkers based on their vaccine status.
A key issue as we move closer to ending the pandemic is determining more precisely how long people exposed to SARS-CoV-2, the COVID-19 virus, will make neutralizing antibodies against this dangerou…