Husson assistant professor to explain the science of COVID-19 vaccines at 2021 Maine Science Festival

BANGOR– It’s been over a year since COVID-19 first came to the United States. During this time, millions of Americans have been looking to science to come up with a vaccine that will allow our nation to resume life without masking, physical distancing, frequent hand washing and daily infection counts.

In less than a year, science delivered. Today, Americans have access to three different vaccines. A nationwide drive is currently underway that will provide every man and woman above the age of 16 with the opportunity to be inoculated. Once everyone has been vaccinated, the pandemic can finally end. Read more

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