New daily COVID-19 infections have recently hit their lowest numbers since March of 2020.
By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
The U.S. will donate 75 percent of its unused COVID-19 vaccine doses to nations in need. The Biden administration announced Thursday its plan to ship 80 million doses by month's end to countries around the world. Nick Schifrin reports, and…
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week for a fifth straight week to a new pandemic low, the latest evidence that the U.S. job market is regaining its health as the economy further reopens.
By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, President Joe Biden rolled out new enticements today to get more Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 — ranging from free beer to cash giveaways. There's word that a ring of Venezuelans stole U.S. pandemic stimulus checks…
By Kyla Thomas, The Conversation
A survey finds that hardship disparities across racial and ethnic groups have persisted throughout the pandemic.
By Liz Szabo, Kaiser Health News
More than 5 million Americans lost a loved one to COVID, and the ripple effects could lead to serious illness down the road.
By Associated Press
China on Monday hit out at the U.S. for its "politicization" of the COVID-19 origin tracing, saying it has obstructed international efforts to "fight the outbreak and save lives."…
By Chalida Ekvittayavechnukul, Patrick Quinn, Associated Press
Thailand is redoubling efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus in labor camps, factories and markets as the number of new cases surges to record levels.
By Helen Branswell, STAT
Some experts point to a series of factors that could make for a rough re-entry to the mixed microbes world of cold and flu viruses.
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