Carl Zimmer

author of the “Matter” column for the New York Times

Carl Zimmer on KCRW

“The fact is that for most of us, the data suggests that we still got lots of strong protection, especially against serious disease.

Boosters and rapid COVID tests aren’t available. US government needs to step up on pandemic, says columnist

“The fact is that for most of us, the data suggests that we still got lots of strong protection, especially against serious disease.

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