Evusheld explained further, in weekly COVID Q&A
We learned a new term in our most recent chat with Jackson County Public Health: Evusheld.
It's a drug--actually two in combination--given as a preventative measure to people who are medically unable to get a COVID vaccine. Its emergency use authorization by the FDA is just one more wrinkle in the effort to keep people safe from SARS-CoV-2.
The virus is still a story, and Jackson County Medical Director Dr. Leona O'Keefe continues to join us for regular COVID Q&A sessions.
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