While some on the front lines say they are seeing more COVID infections now than at this time last year, most say hospitalizations have still not reached last year’s levels.
“It’s telling us that COVID has not left us,” Dr. Pablo Rodriguez said. “It’s still with us, and the new variants are definitely creating a spike in new infections.”
Growing evidence suggests that vaccines delivered by nasal spray or inhaler would block infections.
Dana-Farber, UMass and Beth Israel are among the hospitals that have resumed masking requirements.
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The updated COVID shots are a good match for the latest variant, JN.1., but relatively few people have bothered to get them.
As COVID and influenza cases rise, more qualify for free testing, telehealth visits and treatment.
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