Vaccines

A Case for Continued Mask Wearing . . .
According to scientists, most respiratory infections, including the current coronavirus, the nose is the single entry point. It is reported that the virus rapidly multiplies there, jolting the immune system to produce a variety of antibodies that are specific to mucous, the moist tissue lining the n…
A Case for Continued Mask Wearing . . .
According to scientists, most respiratory infections, including the current coronavirus, the nose is the single entry point. It is reported that the virus rapidly multiplies there, jolting the immune system to produce a variety of antibodies that are specific to mucous, the moist tissue lining the n…
A Case for Continued Mask Wearing . . .
According to scientists, most respiratory infections, including the current coronavirus, the nose is the single entry point. It is reported that the virus rapidly multiplies there, jolting the immune system to produce a variety of antibodies that are specific to mucous, the moist tissue lining the n…