Favorites July 30 2021
Vaccines are a winning issue politically, we’ll see if the electorate has a long enough memory though.
UESF @UESFUESF supports the requirement that workers either be vaccinated or be offered regular testing as a measure to keep workers, students and communities safe. We reject the idea that workers would lose their jobs for being unvaccinated, particularly in the midst of an economic crisis
This statement from the SF Teacher's Union was very popular to dunk on today, this particular response was nicely straightforward. But seriously, do they think that vaccinated teachers are going to be willing to go on strike for the right of other teachers not to be vaccinated?
Shane Crotty @profshanecrottyThe ‘leaked’ CDC presentation summarizes a lot of key Delta variant data, but it takes an unusually dark interpretation. Overall, the report basically restates what we have known for a month from England: https://t.co/rQEfBxLFAo
I mean, if the disguises get them vaccinated, I’m for it. But if you opened the article hoping to see someone in a halloween costume getting vaccinated, sorry to disappoint you.
Nat Bullard @NatBullard@Noahpinion So in our global base case it recovers a bit from COVID low, but not a lot, and starts declining thereafter. Peak will be later in US. From our global Economic Transition Scenario (published in 2020 and still in effect) https://t.co/ZSMkul1uE7 https://t.co/MYbNymhlCX
This is a follow-up to the news yesterday about renewables passing coal.
All this thinking about artificial meat, good to see that progress is being made on dairy.
This is really great to hear, I’m again surprised that we’ve apparently decided that it’s ok to mandate drugs that are still just EUAs, but if the FDA doesn’t want to move any faster, this is the only way. Although:
This is good advice for the future, then again, we really don’t want to need this advice.