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Keeping Safe and Protecting Yourself and Others from COVID19

| Feb. 01, 2021

The cavalry (COVID19 vaccines) have arrived. But this is no time to let down our guard. Community transmission of SARS-COV-2 is ongoing and the number of current and daily new infections are persistently high and new variants continuing to cause concern. Even with two highly efficacious COVID19 vaccines authorized in the United States and more in the pipeline (Johnson and Johnson and Novavax), we must continue preventative measures until transmission reduction is achieved and we learn more about COVID19 vaccines ability to prevent infection and onward spread.

The graphic “Keeping Safe and Protecting Yourself and Others from COVID19” covers 11 measures we should all be taking to prevent infection and spreading it to others.

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For Academic Citation: Madad, Syra and Angela Rasmussen.“Keeping Safe and Protecting Yourself and Others from COVID19 .” Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School, February 1, 2021.

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