How Too Many Vaccine Refusals Could Threaten The COVID Recovery
While Americans line up to get their shots against COVID, vaccine hesitancy, and an even greater disregard for masks and distancing, threaten to stand in the way of herd immunity. A new poll from NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist highlights a main part of the challenge ahead, with 49% of Republican men saying they will refuse the vaccine. Dr. Vanessa Kerry, director of the Global Public Policy and Social Change program at Harvard Medical School, a physician at Mass General Hospital, and CEO of the non-profit Seed Global Health joined Jim Braude to discuss the impact vaccine hesitancy has on the virus, and our ability to resume normal activities.
City Councilor Annissa Essaibi George On Why She’s Running For Mayor Of Boston
After Mayor Marty Walsh was officially named as President Biden's pick for Labor Secretary, Boston City Councilor Annissa Essaibi George launched her campaign to replace him. She explained her platform and why she is running for mayor.
To Get One Of The Country’s Best Bagels, Look No Further Than Cambridge
Food and Wine Magazine recently declared Cambridge’s Bagelsaurus as one of the best bagel shops in the country. Founder and owner Mary Ting Hyatt talked about the delight of baking and how she has weathered the storm of being a small business owner during COVID-19.