I generally write one blog on a subject and then move on. This is because the world is a fascinating place for a hedgehog like me who likes to dart – oh, look, there’s a squirrel! – from one idea to the next.
But mix in a pandemic, and the columnist’s lament of what to write about collapses under the weight of just so much riveting stuff – from how the US military is starting to read minds, to an Icelandic reading list – in English; to how ketamine can relieve people who feel out of their minds.
But for both my blogs this week, I want to continue looking into what I wrote about in my last blog: why are people not rushing to get vaccinated? Especially Americans, but Canadians as well. And how can we help get them vaccinated?
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