With billions of people around the world yet to be vaccinated and little chance now of eliminating the virus, we can expect more outbreaks over the coming months.
For Michelle Cortez's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Australian virologist Danielle Anderson had an insider’s perspective on a place that’s become a flash point in the search for what caused the worst pandemic in a century.
The virus is winning. That much is certain more than six months into a shape-shifting pandemic that’s killed 450,000 people worldwide, is gaining ground globally and has disrupted lives from Wuhan to Sao Paulo. While promising, fast-moving vaccine projects are underway in China, Europe and ...
The demonstrations are a new challenge in efforts to test and trace new infections, a key step to swatting down new clusters of cases.