By News Desk
So far, more than 900,000 newly eligible children were vaccinated against COVID-19 in the days after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention endorsed the shot, according to data from the White House COVID-19 Task Force briefing this week.
By Laura Santhanam
Looking across the coronavirus pandemic, people who remain unvaccinated make up the overwhelming majority of people who have suffered the most -- signaling the protective and preventive power of getting vaccinated.
The latest jobs report showed stronger than expected gains last month and found more jobs were created in August and September than previously estimated. The private sector gained momentum, with the leisure and hospitality sector adding 164,000 jobs. The professional…
By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
Since the beginning of the pandemic last year, researchers worldwide have been racing to find a pill to treat COVID-19 that can be taken at home to ease symptoms, speed recovery and keep people out of the hospital.
The U.S. has passed another tragic pandemic milestone — 750,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. Dr. Sanjay Gupta's new book, "World War C: Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic and How to Prepare for the Next One," focuses in part on…
A majority believe that getting vaccinated is -- at least in part -- an obligation we owe to each other, according to a new poll from the PBS NewsHour and Generation Lab.
COVID-19 has claimed the lives of over 5 million people globally and nearly 750,000 Americans. While questions about its origins still exist, the world has learned a lot about how it evolves, and gained insight into preparing for future pandemics.
By Roby Chavez
Parades are rolling and brass bands are back. Music venues are sold out again and mouth-watering Cajun and Creole dishes are being served up in packed restaurants in New Orleans. With its culture economy, the city is trying to rally…
By Associated Press
India is reopening its borders to fully vaccinated foreign tourists traveling on chartered flights starting Friday.
By Heather Hollingsworth, Grant Schulte, Associated Press
Some hospitals are so concerned that they equipped workers with panic buttons, while others have limited the number of public entrance to their facilities.
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