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The Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have fueled both hope and falsehood. Here, Professor Kelly Grindrod debunks the most common myths she and her colleagues have heard about the new COVID-19 protection.
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are being administered across Canada to priority groups.
We spoke to pharmacist and drug expert Professor Kelly Grindrod to answer some commonly asked questions about getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
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The “herd immunity strategy” has been discussed and largely rejected by scientists as a strategy to combat COVID-19. Why?
Pfizer and Moderna announced in recent days that they have vaccine candidates that are over 90 per cent effective in preventing the COVID-19 virus. How do they work? How long will it take to go back to normal once there's a vaccine being used?
Professor Mark Servos and his team have been working since early in the pandemic to develop and validate methods to detect the ruminants of SARS-CoV-2 gene fragments in wastewater. They have been working closely over the summer with other research groups, municipalities and public health agencies to develop and apply the approach and support and inform decision-makers.