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Vaccination may be a pass to certain activities—but what about actual vaccine passports?
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Data visualizations have been key to COVID-19 public messaging—but “counter-visualizations” have been leveraged by coronavirus skeptics and anti-maskers.
After initially rejecting Johnson & Johnson vaccines—saying they were “very good” but “not as good” as the Moderna and Pfizer’s—Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan walked back his statement,