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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty during the past week, starting Thursday July 22, 2021.

CDC updates guidance, recommends vaccinated people wear masks indoors in certain areas – Dr. David Weber (CNN)

Health experts worry current COVID vaccine’s effectiveness could be compromised if people don’t get their shot – Dr. Mark Heise (Spectrum)

Anxieties, frustrations still high as pandemic continues, UNC psychiatrist says – Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody (ABC 11)

Will CDC’s recommendation for masks in schools lead to a renewed mandate in central NC classrooms? – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

NC’s hospital admissions trending younger during latest 2-week rise in COVID patient count – Dr. David Weber (CBS 17)

Medical groups push for more places in NC to require COVID vaccines – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

NC COVID-19 case count not likely to let up until fall – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

CDC reverses course on masks in some parts of US – Dr. David Weber (Associated Press)

UNC immunologist says waiting for full FDA approval before getting COVID vaccine is a bad idea – Dr. David Weber (CBS 17)

COVID vaccine live updates: Here’s what to know in North Carolina on July 24 – Dr. David Wohl (The News & Observer)

Potential COVID-19 boosters may be focused on immunocompromised population – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

COVID vaccine live updates: Here’s what to know in North Carolina on July 22 – Dr. David Wohl (The News & Observer)

Testing Critical as COVID-19 Cases Spike – Dr. Bryan Hodge, MAHEC (The Biltmore Beacon)

Why the delta variant is more contagious and prevalent in younger populations – Dr. David Wohl (The News & Observer)

As COVID cases surge, will mask rules return to NC? – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

10 years ago, IBM’s Watson threatened to disrupt health care. What happened? – University of North Carolina School of Medicine (The Daily Briefing)

Advanced bladder cancers respond to immunotherapy regardless of gene mutation status – Dr. William Kim and Dr. Tracy Rose (Oncology News)