Entering our third pandemic summer, it’s easy to get frustrated with the vaccines.
They aren’t as effective against variants and subvariants that keep taunting us. They aren’t preventing ongoing transmission of infection — and reinfection. They didn’t restore our pre-pandemic normal (partly because too many people refused a vaccine, often for ideological reasons).
And we keep needing more boosters.
But the vaccines are a victim of their own success. We complain about them because we have such high expectations for them — because they’ve worked so well. Read More from Politico.