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A man who got his first COVID-19 vaccine a year ago in Moderna's clinical trial just received his third shot - and he's feeling great

13 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Ian Haydon was one of the first people to try out Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, as part of the company's phase 1 trial, with first and second doses administered in April and May of 2020.
Ian Haydon
Ian Haydon got his first Moderna shot in a clinical trial more than a year ago.
He's now participating in a trial to determine whether a booster shot would be safe to take.
Haydon has posted about his experience on social media and said he's been amazed at the responses.
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Burning Man might return this year. If it does, vaccines may be required

13 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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Burning Man organizers will soon decide if attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination this year.
CEO Marion Goodell said the festival's "radical inclusion" has to be weighed against "civic responsibility."
If this year's festival does go forward, it will be capped at 69,000 attendees, down from 80,000 in prior years.
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Burning Man attendees may be required to show proof of vaccination if the festival takes place this year in August. On Saturday, CEO Marian Goodell walked back an earlier statement in which she...
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