Tara Kirk

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Tara Kirk says : "follow-on consequences for regular childhood vaccinations," External link

medicalxpress Friday, December 16, 2022 7:58:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “There has been such an incredible focus on developing vaccines quickly,” External link

nytimes Wednesday, November 23, 2022 3:36:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “There has been such an incredible focus on developing vaccines quickly,” External link

nytimes Wednesday, November 23, 2022 1:38:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It’s a nuanced conversation that needs a lot of thought,” External link

theglobeandmail Friday, August 12, 2022 2:09:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Pregnancy is a time where a lot of women are seeking information on a variety of pregnancy-related topics, but many pregnancy forums are filled with misinformation,” External link

nytimes Saturday, June 4, 2022 12:57:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The key message is that the vaccine helps a lot and even if you end up getting sick, the vaccine makes it less likely that you are going to have a bad outcome,” External link

huffingtonpost-us-en Thursday, April 28, 2022 10:31:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “If it’s a community in which most people are already going to mask and you just need to convince a few more, in that case a mandate actually might be beneficial,” External link

theatlantic Sunday, February 20, 2022 4:37:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “The bigger the bubble, the more opportunity you have for something to go wrong,” External link

time Monday, January 24, 2022 3:35:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Sure, they can happen. Japan has proven you can do it successfully. But I think it depends on what are the expectations,” External link

usaToday Friday, January 21, 2022 2:55:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The numbers of cases are just so high, really everywhere,” External link

virginislandsdailynews Friday, January 14, 2022 10:54:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "There's a lot more complication in the risk calculation," External link

news-yahoo Thursday, January 13, 2022 2:27:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "The numbers of cases are just so high, really everywhere," External link

medicalxpress Wednesday, January 12, 2022 8:01:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "The numbers of cases are just so high, really everywhere," External link

news-yahoo Monday, January 10, 2022 11:15:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “the most important thing is keeping people from breathing air that is filled with germs,” External link

nytimes Sunday, December 26, 2021 4:28:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “the most important thing is keeping people from breathing air that is filled with germs,” External link

nytimes Sunday, December 19, 2021 4:18:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “There’s no reasonable person, I think, in public health now who thinks that eradication or elimination or having zero COVID is a realistic goal,” External link

theatlantic Wednesday, December 1, 2021 11:44:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “We vaccinated a lot of people,” External link

cknw Thursday, June 17, 2021 5:27:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “We vaccinated a lot of people,” External link

globalnews Thursday, June 17, 2021 5:01:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

fox5atlanta Friday, May 21, 2021 11:12:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

usaToday Friday, May 21, 2021 12:09:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

messenger-inquirer Friday, May 21, 2021 8:45:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Friday, May 21, 2021 6:52:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 6:51:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Friday, May 21, 2021 6:48:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Friday, May 21, 2021 6:41:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 6:39:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

fox35orlando Friday, May 21, 2021 5:56:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ChinaPost Friday, May 21, 2021 5:38:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

eagletribune Friday, May 21, 2021 5:36:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

eagletribune Friday, May 21, 2021 5:08:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 5:07:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 4:47:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Friday, May 21, 2021 4:39:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 4:38:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Friday, May 21, 2021 4:28:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Friday, May 21, 2021 4:25:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 4:21:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

eagletribune Friday, May 21, 2021 3:42:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 2:47:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

beaumontenterprise Friday, May 21, 2021 2:46:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

eagletribune Friday, May 21, 2021 2:40:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 2:24:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

beaumontenterprise Friday, May 21, 2021 2:16:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 2:16:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 1:51:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Friday, May 21, 2021 1:51:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

beaumontenterprise Friday, May 21, 2021 1:46:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 1:46:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Friday, May 21, 2021 1:40:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Friday, May 21, 2021 1:27:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

bangordailynews Friday, May 21, 2021 1:12:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

news-yahoo Friday, May 21, 2021 12:37:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

13newsnow Friday, May 21, 2021 12:31:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

startribune Friday, May 21, 2021 12:19:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailynews Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:33:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

whittierdailynews Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:29:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

wtva Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:09:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

12newsnow Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:08:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

startribune Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:49:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:48:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:48:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:46:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:33:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:29:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

news4jax Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:51:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

HonululuAdvertiser Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:25:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

hjnews Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:16:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:13:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:13:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

gazette Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:11:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

suntimes Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:09:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

startribune Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:08:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:08:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:58:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:56:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

beaumontenterprise Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:54:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. © Provided by Associated Press James Martin discusses his hesitancy to get a COVID-19 vaccine while stopping at a store in Clanton, Ala., on Wednesday, May 19, 2021. Martin said he doesn’t trust the vaccines because of the speed with which they were developed and a lack of knowledge about long-term effects. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves) Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. © Provided by Associated Press People work at a mass vaccination site operated by the University of Alabama at Birmingham on Tuesday, May 18, 2021, in Hoover, Ala. Across the Deep South, where vaccination rates are the lowest in the nation and mistrust remains high, this site, one of the largest clinics in Alabama already shut down Wednesday and others will follow in the coming weeks because demand for the shot has plunged. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves) “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

msn-uk Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:53:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

clickondetroit Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:46:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

news4jax Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:44:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

wsoctv Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:42:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including political leanings, religious beliefs, and education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

seattlepi Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:39:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

680news Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:35:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

actionnewsjax Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:35:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

yourerie Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:33:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including political leanings, religious beliefs, and education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

beaumontenterprise Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:22:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

wftv Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:22:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

arkansasonline Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:20:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including political leanings, religious beliefs, and education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

ABCnews Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:12:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

independent-UK Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:11:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The CDC wants to prevent people from getting sick, and the cruise lines want to go back to business and start making money,” External link

ajc Wednesday, April 28, 2021 2:44:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The CDC wants to prevent people from getting sick, and the cruise lines want to go back to business and start making money,” External link

orlandosentinel Saturday, April 24, 2021 9:57:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The C.D.C. wants to prevent people from getting sick and the cruise lines want to go back to business and start making money,” External link

nytimes Friday, April 23, 2021 12:45:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “I don’t think there’s one particular group,” External link

woub Wednesday, April 7, 2021 6:50:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : "I don't think there's one particular group," External link

npr Wednesday, April 7, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, March 29, 2021 12:16:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, March 29, 2021 9:39:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Sunday, March 28, 2021 10:28:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

nytimes Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:46:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Sunday, March 28, 2021 2:14:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Sunday, March 28, 2021 2:29:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

therepublic Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:41:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent," External link

foxnews Thursday, March 18, 2021 3:26:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

missoulian Thursday, March 18, 2021 2:27:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

gazette Thursday, March 18, 2021 12:23:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

wcfcourier Wednesday, March 17, 2021 11:54:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

TorontoStar Wednesday, March 17, 2021 11:04:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

nytimes Tuesday, February 9, 2021 1:20:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

nytimes Monday, February 8, 2021 10:23:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

expressindia Sunday, February 7, 2021 11:44:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

bostonglobe Saturday, February 6, 2021 11:10:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

nytimes Saturday, February 6, 2021 5:36:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

fox10tv Monday, November 16, 2020 12:07:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wcvb Sunday, November 15, 2020 7:39:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wxii12 Sunday, November 15, 2020 7:38:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wmur Sunday, November 15, 2020 7:37:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wlwt Sunday, November 15, 2020 7:19:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wesh Sunday, November 15, 2020 6:44:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

Koat Sunday, November 15, 2020 6:22:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

kcci Sunday, November 15, 2020 6:07:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wyff4 Sunday, November 15, 2020 6:00:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wrcbtv Sunday, November 15, 2020 12:23:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Those measures certainly make it so that they have lower risk,” External link

WashingtonPost Saturday, November 7, 2020 9:28:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Those measures certainly make it so that they have lower risk,” External link

WashingtonPost Saturday, November 7, 2020 1:57:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It shows us that we may not need to have a vaccine to do things like have students in classes. But we have to be careful about it, and you have to have the epidemiological situation that can facilitate that,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, September 28, 2020 5:24:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It shows us that we may not need to have a vaccine to do things like have students in classes. But we have to be careful about it, and you have to have the epidemiological situation that can facilitate that,” External link

politico Monday, September 28, 2020 12:46:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It’s kind of putting the cart before the horse to be thinking about high school sports before we have students back in the classroom,” External link

baltimoresun Friday, September 25, 2020 2:03:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “I think the thing that we’re realizing more and more with COVID-19 is that events that are well controlled and have been thought through are usually not the ones that we have the biggest problems with,” External link

baltimoresun Friday, September 11, 2020 7:35:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “When people focus on having only prepackaged food and stuff like that, I guess you’re reducing your risk a little, but you’ve forgotten where the risk is really high — which is all the people standing in line to get that food,” External link

politico Wednesday, August 26, 2020 1:03:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “Understanding your local situation is really critical,” External link

wired Thursday, June 11, 2020 3:44:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The thing that they’re doing is a combination of testing and quarantine so that they can really lower the chances they end up with someone with COVID-19 at their tournament,” External link

usaToday Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:24:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “If there’s not coordinated responses in terms of messaging that aren’t along the same lines, you have a problem with losing a lot of trust,” External link

denverpost Wednesday, April 22, 2020 3:41:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “I think it's going to really take some imagination to think of ways you might reimagine the Olympics in a way that makes it safe to do,” External link

usaToday Monday, March 23, 2020 12:09:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The athletes deserve to have the IOC look after them and to put their well-being as a priority,” External link

usaToday Monday, March 16, 2020 8:17:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "You might have to go to work because that is the only way you can feed your family," External link

sentinelsource Thursday, March 5, 2020 8:33:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “I don’t see any public health reason to justify sealing of borders at this point in the outbreak,” External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, February 19, 2020 11:49:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Misinformation around these outbreaks is definitely a problem. When we undermine trust and get in the way of a public health response, those things can be really dangerous and really bad for trying to stop an outbreak," External link

thestandard-ph Monday, February 10, 2020 8:28:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Misinformation around these outbreaks is definitely a problem. When we undermine trust and get in the way of a public health response, those things can be really dangerous and really bad for trying to stop an outbreak," External link

manilastandardtoday Monday, February 10, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “That’s the risk that we run here when we deal with misinformation,” External link

time Friday, January 31, 2020 3:24:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They make an arrest and they take more precautions to be around the area because you never know," External link

wcnc Friday, January 4, 2019 2:59:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They make an arrest and they take more precautions to be around the area because you never know," External link

wcnc Friday, January 4, 2019 1:02:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They make an arrest and they take more precautions to be around the area because you never know," External link

wcnc Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:28:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “You really feel like you’re a part of everything that happened in the past, and you have that connection with all these great people who were part of the church,” External link

baltimore-cbslocal Monday, September 18, 2017 5:59:00 AM EAT



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Tara Kirk says : "follow-on consequences for regular childhood vaccinations," External link

medicalxpress Friday, December 16, 2022 7:58:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “There has been such an incredible focus on developing vaccines quickly,” External link

nytimes Wednesday, November 23, 2022 3:36:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “There has been such an incredible focus on developing vaccines quickly,” External link

nytimes Wednesday, November 23, 2022 1:38:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It’s a nuanced conversation that needs a lot of thought,” External link

theglobeandmail Friday, August 12, 2022 2:09:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Pregnancy is a time where a lot of women are seeking information on a variety of pregnancy-related topics, but many pregnancy forums are filled with misinformation,” External link

nytimes Saturday, June 4, 2022 12:57:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The key message is that the vaccine helps a lot and even if you end up getting sick, the vaccine makes it less likely that you are going to have a bad outcome,” External link

huffingtonpost-us-en Thursday, April 28, 2022 10:31:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “If it’s a community in which most people are already going to mask and you just need to convince a few more, in that case a mandate actually might be beneficial,” External link

theatlantic Sunday, February 20, 2022 4:37:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “The bigger the bubble, the more opportunity you have for something to go wrong,” External link

time Monday, January 24, 2022 3:35:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Sure, they can happen. Japan has proven you can do it successfully. But I think it depends on what are the expectations,” External link

usaToday Friday, January 21, 2022 2:55:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The numbers of cases are just so high, really everywhere,” External link

virginislandsdailynews Friday, January 14, 2022 10:54:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "There's a lot more complication in the risk calculation," External link

news-yahoo Thursday, January 13, 2022 2:27:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "The numbers of cases are just so high, really everywhere," External link

medicalxpress Wednesday, January 12, 2022 8:01:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "The numbers of cases are just so high, really everywhere," External link

news-yahoo Monday, January 10, 2022 11:15:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “the most important thing is keeping people from breathing air that is filled with germs,” External link

nytimes Sunday, December 26, 2021 4:28:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “the most important thing is keeping people from breathing air that is filled with germs,” External link

nytimes Sunday, December 19, 2021 4:18:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “There’s no reasonable person, I think, in public health now who thinks that eradication or elimination or having zero COVID is a realistic goal,” External link

theatlantic Wednesday, December 1, 2021 11:44:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “We vaccinated a lot of people,” External link

cknw Thursday, June 17, 2021 5:27:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “We vaccinated a lot of people,” External link

globalnews Thursday, June 17, 2021 5:01:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

fox5atlanta Friday, May 21, 2021 11:12:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

usaToday Friday, May 21, 2021 12:09:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

messenger-inquirer Friday, May 21, 2021 8:45:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Friday, May 21, 2021 6:52:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 6:51:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Friday, May 21, 2021 6:48:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Friday, May 21, 2021 6:41:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 6:39:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

fox35orlando Friday, May 21, 2021 5:56:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ChinaPost Friday, May 21, 2021 5:38:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

eagletribune Friday, May 21, 2021 5:36:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

eagletribune Friday, May 21, 2021 5:08:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 5:07:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 4:47:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Friday, May 21, 2021 4:39:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 4:38:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Friday, May 21, 2021 4:28:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Friday, May 21, 2021 4:25:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 4:21:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

eagletribune Friday, May 21, 2021 3:42:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 2:47:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

beaumontenterprise Friday, May 21, 2021 2:46:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

eagletribune Friday, May 21, 2021 2:40:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 2:24:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

beaumontenterprise Friday, May 21, 2021 2:16:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 2:16:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Friday, May 21, 2021 1:51:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Friday, May 21, 2021 1:51:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

beaumontenterprise Friday, May 21, 2021 1:46:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Friday, May 21, 2021 1:46:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Friday, May 21, 2021 1:40:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Friday, May 21, 2021 1:27:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

bangordailynews Friday, May 21, 2021 1:12:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

news-yahoo Friday, May 21, 2021 12:37:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

13newsnow Friday, May 21, 2021 12:31:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

startribune Friday, May 21, 2021 12:19:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailynews Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:33:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

whittierdailynews Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:29:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

wtva Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:09:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

12newsnow Thursday, May 20, 2021 11:08:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

startribune Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:49:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

ABCnews Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:48:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:48:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:46:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:33:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Thursday, May 20, 2021 10:29:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

news4jax Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:51:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

HonululuAdvertiser Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:25:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

hjnews Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:16:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:13:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

dailyjournal Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:13:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

gazette Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:11:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

suntimes Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:09:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

startribune Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:08:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

seattlepi Thursday, May 20, 2021 9:08:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

therepublic Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:58:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

tribtown Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:56:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

beaumontenterprise Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:54:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. © Provided by Associated Press James Martin discusses his hesitancy to get a COVID-19 vaccine while stopping at a store in Clanton, Ala., on Wednesday, May 19, 2021. Martin said he doesn’t trust the vaccines because of the speed with which they were developed and a lack of knowledge about long-term effects. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves) Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. © Provided by Associated Press People work at a mass vaccination site operated by the University of Alabama at Birmingham on Tuesday, May 18, 2021, in Hoover, Ala. Across the Deep South, where vaccination rates are the lowest in the nation and mistrust remains high, this site, one of the largest clinics in Alabama already shut down Wednesday and others will follow in the coming weeks because demand for the shot has plunged. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves) “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

msn-uk Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:53:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

clickondetroit Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:46:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

news4jax Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:44:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

wsoctv Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:42:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including political leanings, religious beliefs, and education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

seattlepi Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:39:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

680news Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:35:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

actionnewsjax Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:35:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants,” External link

yourerie Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:33:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including political leanings, religious beliefs, and education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

beaumontenterprise Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:22:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

wftv Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:22:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

arkansasonline Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:20:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Experts say the gap reflects a multitude of factors, including political leanings, religious beliefs, and education and income levels. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

ABCnews Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:12:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They don’t know what the long-term effect is. That’s what makes me skeptical”. A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged: The highest vaccination rates are concentrated in the Northeast, while the lowest ones are mostly in the South. Close to 160 million Americans -- 48% of the population -- have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 125 million are fully vaccinated against the virus. New England and Northeastern states account for eight of the top 10 in vaccination rates, with Vermont No. 1 as of last Friday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 64% of its population has received as least one dose. Following right behind are Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New Mexico, all of them at 54% or higher. Eight Southern states are in the bottom 10, all of which are under 40%. Mississippi was dead last at 32%, followed by Louisiana, Alabama, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia, West Virginia and South Carolina. Closing the gaps is vital to controlling the virus that has killed 588,000 people in the U.S., health experts say. The vaccination drive has helped drive U.S. cases down to their lowest level since last June, at around 30,000 a day on average, and reduced deaths to about 570 a day, a level not seen since last July. “Low vaccination rates will leave room for the virus to circulate, re-emerge and possibly form new variants," External link

independent-UK Thursday, May 20, 2021 8:11:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The CDC wants to prevent people from getting sick, and the cruise lines want to go back to business and start making money,” External link

ajc Wednesday, April 28, 2021 2:44:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The CDC wants to prevent people from getting sick, and the cruise lines want to go back to business and start making money,” External link

orlandosentinel Saturday, April 24, 2021 9:57:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The C.D.C. wants to prevent people from getting sick and the cruise lines want to go back to business and start making money,” External link

nytimes Friday, April 23, 2021 12:45:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “I don’t think there’s one particular group,” External link

woub Wednesday, April 7, 2021 6:50:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : "I don't think there's one particular group," External link

npr Wednesday, April 7, 2021 6:20:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, March 29, 2021 12:16:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, March 29, 2021 9:39:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Sunday, March 28, 2021 10:28:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

nytimes Sunday, March 28, 2021 8:46:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Sunday, March 28, 2021 2:14:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The movement back to normal life should be a slow step-by-step,” External link

news-yahoo Sunday, March 28, 2021 2:29:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

therepublic Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:41:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent," External link

foxnews Thursday, March 18, 2021 3:26:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

missoulian Thursday, March 18, 2021 2:27:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

gazette Thursday, March 18, 2021 12:23:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

wcfcourier Wednesday, March 17, 2021 11:54:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “While you can become reinfected with COVID, and it looks like new variants may be able to evade some of the immune response, reinfections are not that frequent,” External link

TorontoStar Wednesday, March 17, 2021 11:04:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

nytimes Tuesday, February 9, 2021 1:20:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

nytimes Monday, February 8, 2021 10:23:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

expressindia Sunday, February 7, 2021 11:44:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

bostonglobe Saturday, February 6, 2021 11:10:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It helps to galvanize similar behavior among other people who might be observing that,” External link

nytimes Saturday, February 6, 2021 5:36:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

fox10tv Monday, November 16, 2020 12:07:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wcvb Sunday, November 15, 2020 7:39:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wxii12 Sunday, November 15, 2020 7:38:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wmur Sunday, November 15, 2020 7:37:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wlwt Sunday, November 15, 2020 7:19:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wesh Sunday, November 15, 2020 6:44:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

Koat Sunday, November 15, 2020 6:22:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

kcci Sunday, November 15, 2020 6:07:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wyff4 Sunday, November 15, 2020 6:00:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Getting to the Super Bowl, it's completely possible," External link

wrcbtv Sunday, November 15, 2020 12:23:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Those measures certainly make it so that they have lower risk,” External link

WashingtonPost Saturday, November 7, 2020 9:28:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “Those measures certainly make it so that they have lower risk,” External link

WashingtonPost Saturday, November 7, 2020 1:57:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It shows us that we may not need to have a vaccine to do things like have students in classes. But we have to be careful about it, and you have to have the epidemiological situation that can facilitate that,” External link

news-yahoo Monday, September 28, 2020 5:24:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It shows us that we may not need to have a vaccine to do things like have students in classes. But we have to be careful about it, and you have to have the epidemiological situation that can facilitate that,” External link

politico Monday, September 28, 2020 12:46:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “It’s kind of putting the cart before the horse to be thinking about high school sports before we have students back in the classroom,” External link

baltimoresun Friday, September 25, 2020 2:03:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “I think the thing that we’re realizing more and more with COVID-19 is that events that are well controlled and have been thought through are usually not the ones that we have the biggest problems with,” External link

baltimoresun Friday, September 11, 2020 7:35:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “When people focus on having only prepackaged food and stuff like that, I guess you’re reducing your risk a little, but you’ve forgotten where the risk is really high — which is all the people standing in line to get that food,” External link

politico Wednesday, August 26, 2020 1:03:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “Understanding your local situation is really critical,” External link

wired Thursday, June 11, 2020 3:44:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The thing that they’re doing is a combination of testing and quarantine so that they can really lower the chances they end up with someone with COVID-19 at their tournament,” External link

usaToday Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:24:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “If there’s not coordinated responses in terms of messaging that aren’t along the same lines, you have a problem with losing a lot of trust,” External link

denverpost Wednesday, April 22, 2020 3:41:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “I think it's going to really take some imagination to think of ways you might reimagine the Olympics in a way that makes it safe to do,” External link

usaToday Monday, March 23, 2020 12:09:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “The athletes deserve to have the IOC look after them and to put their well-being as a priority,” External link

usaToday Monday, March 16, 2020 8:17:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "You might have to go to work because that is the only way you can feed your family," External link

sentinelsource Thursday, March 5, 2020 8:33:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “I don’t see any public health reason to justify sealing of borders at this point in the outbreak,” External link

news-yahoo Wednesday, February 19, 2020 11:49:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Misinformation around these outbreaks is definitely a problem. When we undermine trust and get in the way of a public health response, those things can be really dangerous and really bad for trying to stop an outbreak," External link

thestandard-ph Monday, February 10, 2020 8:28:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "Misinformation around these outbreaks is definitely a problem. When we undermine trust and get in the way of a public health response, those things can be really dangerous and really bad for trying to stop an outbreak," External link

manilastandardtoday Monday, February 10, 2020 8:20:00 PM EAT

Tara Kirk says : “That’s the risk that we run here when we deal with misinformation,” External link

time Friday, January 31, 2020 3:24:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They make an arrest and they take more precautions to be around the area because you never know," External link

wcnc Friday, January 4, 2019 2:59:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They make an arrest and they take more precautions to be around the area because you never know," External link

wcnc Friday, January 4, 2019 1:02:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : "They make an arrest and they take more precautions to be around the area because you never know," External link

wcnc Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:28:00 AM EAT

Tara Kirk said : “You really feel like you’re a part of everything that happened in the past, and you have that connection with all these great people who were part of the church,” External link

baltimore-cbslocal Monday, September 18, 2017 5:59:00 AM EAT



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