“If approved, the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine would join the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, which are already being distributed nationwide. Food and Drug Administration reviews have found all three vaccines to be highly effective at preventing hospitalizations and deaths from covid-19.” So which one should you take? As WaPo’s Allyson Chiu explains: The best vaccine for you is the one you can get.

+ A UT Professor may have found a way stop vaccines from spoiling, by turning it in a medicine you can chew like fruit leather. (Great, in addition to eating all my ice cream and stealing all of my drinks from the fridge, my kids are gonna eat my vaccine too.)