How To Navigate Life When You’re Vaccinated And Others Aren’t (Or Vice Versa)

How To Navigate Life When You’re Vaccinated And Others Aren’t (Or Vice Versa)
How To Navigate Life When You’re Vaccinated And Others Aren’t (Or Vice Versa)

How To Navigate Life When You’re Vaccinated And Others Aren’t (Or Vice Versa)

A little more than half of adults in the U.S. have had at least one shot of a COVID-19 vaccine. That means a growing number of Americans are figuring out how to navigate life in a hybrid society where some people are vaccinated and some are not.

Two experts offer advice on how to do that: Dr. Leana Wen with George Washington University, and Dr. Monica Gandhi with the University Of California San Francisco.

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