The Race Against Time to Stop the Delta Variant in the Bay

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Roxanne Akins receives her second Covid-19 shot at vaccine pop-up clinic in Alameda.
Roxanne Akins receives her second Covid-19 shot at vaccine pop-up clinic in Alameda.  (Lesley McClurg/ KQED)

Just when there was a palpable sense that everything might be OK, the highly contagious Delta variant of COVID-19 came along.

The race to vaccinate more people is now even more urgent; healthcare workers who are seeing more patients say another surge is entirely preventable, if only more people would get vaccinated. 

Guest: Lesley McClurg, KQED science reporter


Read the episode transcript here. 

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