COVID-19 and monkeypox require different strategies
I'm honestly not sure which is riskier, monkeypox or a 1/200 risk of myocarditis. Fractional dosing of the other vaccine sounds like a much better course of action to me.
Nature has an article on which booster to get for COVID-19, and how much to space 'em out:
The unsurprising answer: experts disagree.
"Bi" and "quadri" are Latin numeric prefixes, so if you say "bivalent", you should also say "quadrivalent". "-valent" is from Latin "valentia".
"Di" and "tetra" are Greek numeric prefixes, so where you use "di", you should use "tetra". E.g. "carbon dioxide" and "carbon tetrachloride".
Is the currently circulating avian flu any danger to humans?
whoa. only 20% against transmission even if boosted? I knew 'fully vaxed' was at this point a useless gathering requirement re transmission but thought up to date was better
something mentioned on this week in virology as an additional argument for intradermal: in the current priority population there's a lot of folk who don't actually have much if any fat layer, and accidentally going IM really sucks.