Cash incentives didn’t do it. The deaths of 840,000 Americans didn’t do it. Thirteen months after COVID-19 vaccinations became available, only 63 percent of eligible Americans are fully vaccinated. After the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a vaccine mandate for large employers last week, that number probably won’t change much. “It is now highly unlikely that the U.S. will hit the 85-90% of Americans vaccinated to get to the other side of the pandemic," tweeted Celine Gounder, an infectious disease expert and former Biden administration advisory board member. Here’s more from Axios.