Letters: Vaccinations Save Us From Covid Deaths, So Why Not Get Them Done Faster?

Letter: Vaccinations can save lives

Have you killed anybody today? If you did, I’m sure that you’re sorry. But you may not even know that it happened.  If you are running ...

Letters: Inspiring stand | Fans disgusted | Prison vaccinations | Thirsty crops | In it for themselves | Media mistrust | Policies for the people

Dennis Fagaly A’s leaders’ recalcitrance is alienating team’s fans I think many A’s fans agree with me that we are disgusted with the position of John Fisher and Dave Kaval. Oakland is doing ...

Letters: Backward approach | Vaccines over masks | Home study | Light rail unnecessary | Divided Islam | Ben & Jerry’s hypocrisy | Pricing carbon

Craig Bates Vaccine passport better We’re on a path to mandating the wearing of masks by all. Why? To protect the unvaccinated among us — the unvaccinated — a certain backward step in the drive to ...

Letter to the editor: Stay on track with vaccinations

When most Coloradans hear of vaccinations today, they think of the pandemic and COVID-19. Remarkably effective and safe vaccines have helped us to return to more normal lives and saved so ...

Letters: Vaccines marketed to children

With this week’s Question of the Week, we asked readers about state lawmakers’ opposition to vaccines marketed directly to children. Here are some of the responses we received.

Letter: Vaccination, masking needed to prevent exponential transmission increase

In an unpublished letter sent to The Transcript July 15, I outlined how the COVID-19 pandemic offers insights into the harsh, indifferent nature of evolution and the principal of natural ...

Want to get your COVID-19 vaccination passport digitally? Now you can, but there’s a catch.

So with COVID-19 still wreaking havoc around NSW and now Queensland, more and more people are finally starting to get their COVID-19 vaccines. It’s been a confusing ride with ever changing eligibility ...

Our View: Vaccinations remain our best way to save lives and return to normal

Mandates by businesses, organizations and institutions can help protect the people who remain vulnerable to COVID-19.

Letters to the Editor: Today’s anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers would not have done well during World War II

During World War II, Americans were told to sacrifice some basic freedoms for the common good. Today, people invoke patriotism to avoid masking and vaccinating.

Letters to the Editor: On Gov. Stitt and vaccines

Will Gov. Stitt have the courage to change his mind and declare a COVID emergency? Will Gov. Stitt decide to start saving lives instead of costing lives? Will Gov. Stitt fulfill his primary and most ...

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