In order to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2 in breast milk, researchers will test maternal breast milk samples from women for viral RNA. They will also test for the virus’ presence in the infant serum, or blood, on a weekly basis.
It is startling to see the words “now in the third year of the pandemic” in print, but here we are.
The CDC has switched from talking about being “fully vaccinated” to staying “up to date on vaccinations.”
President Gabel announced some drop in the mask policy on UMN Twin Cities campus. But does that mean we're out of the clear?