January 12, 2024

Focusing on prevention in the continuing fight against COVID-19.

Treatments for COVID-19 are effective, but it’s better if you can avoid getting the coronavirus in the first place.

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Treatments for COVID-19 are effective, but it’s better if you can avoid getting the coronavirus in the first place. University of Arizona epidemiologist Kacey Ernst discusses the challenge of keeping people aware of vaccinations against COVID and other infectious diseases.

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Focusing on prevention in the continuing fight against COVID-19

This episode is supported by the The Research Corporation for Science Advancement.
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Episode 399: University of Arizona epidemiologist Kacey Ernst

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