Distribution of Fake Vaccines in Uganda Undermines Trust in Government

The revealed distribution of false and substandard vaccines in Uganda has further undermined citizens’ trust in government and the vaccination process at the peak of a new wave of COVID-19, according to a local civil society leader. https://www.ptfund.org/distribution-of-fake-vaccines-in-uganda-undermines-trust-in-government/

Study: MU researchers found flu shots decreases children’s COVID-19 symptoms

University of Missouri researchers recently found children who received seasonal flu shots suffer less from COVID-19 symptoms after infected.  https://www.komu.com/news/covid19/study-mu-researchers-found-flu-shots-decreases-childrens-covid-19-symptoms/article_4a6f4992-7d19-11eb-968c-47b5272a0794.html

April general municipal election candidate filing ends; candidates announce their priorities

Missouri’s April general municipal election candidate filing ended on Jan. 19, right before Inauguration Day. The final certification day will be Tuesday, Jan. 26 and the special election will be held April 6. https://www.komu.com/news/elections/april-general-municipal-election-candidate-filing-ends-candidates-announce-their-priorities/article_95efe8d8-5c10-11eb-8676-b7c37ef3c603.html

International Day of People with Disabilities – A Day for Learning and Empathy

Masks help slow the spread of COVID-19, but they also hinder lip-reading and facial cues – all of which play a huge role in everyday conversation. https://www.kbia.org/post/international-day-people-disabilities-day-learning-and-empathy#stream/0