‘Herd immunity’ isn’t the answer

Since the start of the pandemic, the term “herd immunity” has spread almost as fast as the corona­virus. But its use is fraught with ­misconceptions. In the U.K., officials briefly considered a herd-immunity strategy to protect the most vulnerable members of its population by encouraging others to become exposed and develop immunity. But trying to…

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