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Hello, everyone, and how are you today? We are doing just fine, thank you, courtesy of clear and sunny skies hovering over the Pharmalot campus, which has settled down now that the short person has left for the local schoolhouse. This leaves us to engage in our usual rituals. You know the drill — we are firing up the coffee kettle for a cup of stimulation and getting our to-do list in order. Never a day goes by without a to-do list, yes? So time to get cracking. Here are some tidbits to help you on your own journey. Hope today is successful and do keep in touch…

Researchers have started to recruit healthy Seattle-area volunteers to participate in the first clinical trial of an experimental coronavirus vaccine, a faster-than-expected start for the first vaccine readied for testing, The Wall Street Journal notes. Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute in Seattle said Wednesday it aims to enroll 45 adults from the region in the trial. The study will test the safety of various doses of the vaccine developed by Moderna (MRNA) and whether the shots produce an immune response.

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