We don’t know who the support staff are, it could be people who don’t travel. Regardless, the J&J vaccine was 66.3% effective at preventing illness, it was approved because it had high efficacy at preventing hospitalization and death.not really. It’s 8 people that share a locker room, bus, airplane, dugout. They are in close contact with each other. Doesn’t matter if they throw a little white ball or coach them how to throw a little white ball.
We don’t know who the support staff are, it could be people who don’t travel. Regardless, the J&J vaccine was 66.3% effective at preventing illness, it was approved because it had high efficacy at preventing hospitalization and death.
How Well the Vaccine Works
- The J&J/Janssen vaccine was 66.3% effective in clinical trials (efficacy) at preventing laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 illness in people who had no evidence of prior infection 2 weeks after receiving the vaccine. People had the most protection 2 weeks after getting vaccinated.
- The vaccine had high efficacy at preventing hospitalization and death in people who did get sick. No one who got COVID-19 at least 4 weeks after receiving the J&J/Janssen vaccine had to be hospitalized.
- Early evidence suggests that the J&J/Janssen vaccine might provide protection against asymptomatic infection, which is when a person is infected by the virus that causes COVID-19 but does not get sick.
- CDC will continue to provide updates as we learn more about how well the J&J/Janssen vaccine works in real-world conditions.
The vaccine is designed to help prevent but also make it less likely you get severe symptoms. Looks to have worked in that regard.
Luckily I work from home. I only need it when I go out, so admittedly much easier for me to deal with then mostThe office I’m working in requires masks in common areas but they can be removed in offices and conference rooms with the doors closed if all occupants are fully vaccinated. I was in a conference room the last 2 days and I’m squatting in an empty office today.
I do too. I was here for 1 day in December to observe a physical inventory and then the 3 days this week. Those are the only 4 days since 3/16/20 that I haven’t worked from my bonus room.Luckily I work from home. I only need it when I go out, so admittedly much easier for me to deal with then most
NHL rules would allow 13,000 or so ... but getting there with a couple of day's notice is a pipe dream. There's some equipment required, not to mention all the temporary employees they'll have to make appear from nowhere on short notice. Hopefully they had a heads up to get a head start, but even then ... we'll see.Waddell says they still have to go by NHL rules Probably 10k to 12k but details probably tomorow
I mean ... maybe, but not like in the next couple of hours or anything. And maybe not for the first two games. They have to double the arena staffing, if nothing else. In this labor market you don't just pretend you can do that without some effort.so 6k more to go on sale? Can’t listen to his pc now. Thanks