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By Amna Nawaz, Stephanie Kotuby, Ryan Connelly Holmes, Cybele Mayes-Osterman
With the rise of the BA.2 variant in some parts of the country, many questions remain about how to best navigate daily life and what precautions should or should not be taken. White House COVID-19 response coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha…
By News Desk and Associated Press
While many Americans are trying to move on with their lives after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. health officials are debating the best way to use vaccines to stay ahead of the coronavirus.
By Lauran Neergaard, Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
U.S. regulators are allowing people 50 and older to get another booster dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
By Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press
The pharmaceutical company said in the coming weeks it would ask regulators in the U.S. and Europe to authorize two small-dose shots for youngsters under 6.
By Associated Press
Obama encouraged more Americans to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, despite the declining infection rate in the U.S.
A new government report shows Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine gave children 5 and older strong protection against hospitalization and death even during the omicron surge.
The Food and Drug Administration had urged Pfizer and its partner BioNTech to apply for authorization of extra-low doses of its vaccine for the youngest children before clinical studies were finished. On Friday, the FDA reversed course.
By PBS NewsHour
Two years since the first lockdown in China, there have been great strides to combat COVID-19, but confusion and questions remain. From vaccinations to testing, to masking and how many days to isolate—there hasn’t always been clarity. More collaboration between…
By Simon Ostrovsky
Russian disinformation is rife in countries formerly ruled from Moscow. Some ex-Soviet states have tried to suppress it altogether by banning Russian television stations and even limiting the use of the Russian language on their own domestic channels. Special Correspondent…
By Mark Sherman, Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
The Supreme Court has stopped the Biden administration from enforcing a requirement that employees at large businesses be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing and wear a mask on the job.
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