In an interview about COVID-19 vaccines, Richard Marlink, the director of Rutgers Global Health Institute, discusses that people may need to get vaccinated annually as well as the importance of a global approach to controlling the pandemic. The following is an excerpt from the story published by ROI-NJ: Marlink said allowing the virus to continue in other countries will let the pandemic continue. He cited the variant found in the U.K. in recent weeks as not being the first — and certainly not the last time — the virus will evolve. And that was before a Colorado man — who has not traveled — was reported to have the variant. To read the full story.
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