More Vaccination Doses Bring Optimism in Fight Against COVID-19

Every day seems to bring a new reason for optimism in the fight to end COVID-19 as more doses are on the way to California and the Bay Area.

Kaiser Permanente, one of the Bay Area’s largest insurers says it’s expanding who qualifies for the vaccine at their hospitals. In addition, according to a newly-released study, one dose of a coronavirus vaccine is all you may need.

The study that shows that one dose of the vaccine may be enough comes out of Israel. According to the data, the Pfizer vaccine was 85% effective at preventing COVID-19 symptoms even after just one shot.

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