UC San Diego Data

1. Masks As Long Term Behavior Change

2. Introverts Want to Continue Social Distancing After COVID Ends

  • Introverts should be given accommodations to allow them to return to social life at their own pace. From a mental health standpoint, it’d be healthier to wean introverts off their me-time gradually rather than expecting them to part with such a significant amount of me-time overnight.

3. Students Are MultiMasking (and Fashion Masks Don’t Seem to Make a Difference)

4. Course Modality Preference When We Return

Most students indicated that they want some form of online course option to continue to exist as an (at-will/ any given day) option for any class they may be taking.

Given that introverts already have their cameras off more, it makes sense they’d be less interested in using Zoom in the future.

5. You Can’t Sit With Us Without a Vaccine Passport (Vaccine Sterilizing Immunity)

6. COV-Eye-D

7. Human Space Avoidance (Recognizing Implied Social Environments)

UCSD Mask Adherence Project File

Sidenotes

Vaccine Passports: Protection, Not Preference

Student Confidence

Fall 2021 Exam Grades

Long COVID19

National Institute for Health Research March 16th, 2021

#långtidscovid

Syra Madad et al. (NYC Health Hospitals)

https://hhinternet.blob.core.windows.net/uploads/2021/03/understanding-covid-19-vaccines.pdf

Immunological Memory For Up to 8 Months After Infection

Jennifer Dan et al. (February 5th, 2021)

Shane Crotty (UC San Diego)

Variants

COVAX Vaccines Delivered by Drone

Beijing Wantai Rapid Test

Sterilizing Immunity — Jennie Lavine et al., 2021

Huffpost UK — 3.12.2021

India Serology Tests

Updated 3.19

Brown, M., & Sacco, D. F. (2016). Avoiding extraverts: Pathogen concern downregulates preferences for extraverted faces. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 2(4), 278–286.

Visits between fully vaccinated people and unvaccinated people

Therefore, the level of precautions taken should be determined by the characteristics of the unvaccinated people, who remain unprotected against COVID-19.

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