POSTED: August 12, 2021Category: AAIE AlertsBY: Steve

While vaccines still overwhelmingly prevent severe disease and death, the delta variant has been changing how we think about coronavirus spread. Read through the briefing to find answers to a few important questions about what it all means.

  • Register for the AAIE Global and Latin America CONVERSATIONS: Thursday, 12 AUG at 8:00 AM EDT and 10:00 AM EDT respectively
  • Read an article by Bridget McNamer on The Sidecar Summit: Bringing Women in Leadership to Life
  • Scrap the Old COVID Script for Act Four: A narrative-based communications framework by Randy Olson that can help international school leaders alleviate public confusion.
  • MIT responds to some key questions about the Delta Variant
  • View a graphic on worldwide vaccinations per 100 people. Here are some summary data:
    • 30.2% of the world population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 15.6% is fully vaccinated.
    • 4.48 billion doses have been administered globally, and 36.36 million are now administered each day.
    • Only 1.1% of people in low-income countries have received at least one dose.

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