Andrea Polonijo, assistant professor of sociology, publishes "Opinion: Normal may be a long way off for about 10 million immunocompromised Americans" on The San Diego Union-Tribune.
"Forty-seven percent of Americans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced fully vaccinated people can go maskless indoors. In response, states and businesses have lifted masking and other pandemic restrictions, signifying a return to normal. But normal may be a long way off for about 10 million immunocompromised Americans who face unprecedented health risk and uncertainty when it comes to COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness. Emerging studies suggest their bodies are not producing the levels of immunity that they should, leaving many of them vulnerable to infection."
Read more on The San Diego Union-Tribune article here.