Contact tracing—with its deceptively simple mantra of “test-trace-isolate”—varies wildly from country to country in strategy and success. 

“It feels amazing.” That's how one shipping staffer described sending out the first US COVID-19 vaccines yesterday from cargo hubs in Tennessee and Kentucky.

“It’s the best early birthday present I could wish for…”  

How will people respond to COVID-19 measures?

The Strategic National Stockpile is a crucial stop-gap resource for the US emergency response.   9 months into the pandemic, this clandestine network of warehouses bigger than Walmart, remains woefully inadequate.

Refusing a handshake was once considered rude—today, offering one may be ultimate faux pas.                                          But COVID-era social protocols are still new and awkward, and etiquette experts are here to help.  

Vaccines are on the way, but distribution presents herculean ethical and logistical challenges.

A controversial new study out of Denmark has found that wearing surgical masks did little to protect wearers from contracting COVID-19—clashing 

Less disruptive and costly COVID-19 restrictions can work as well as more intrusive steps like lockdowns to slow the spread of SARS-CoV2, according to a new study ranking the effectiveness of government interventions around the world. The researchers from the Medical…

The CDC released its strongest guidance yet on face coverings yesterday, underscoring