“The world was not as prepared as it should have been, and it must do better,” concludes a WHO panel reviewing the pandemic response in an

COVID-19 in the US—which has caused nearly 400,000 deaths so far—is projected to shave 1.13 years off of Americans’ life expectancy, according to a USC/Princeton

The coronavirus mutation first discovered in Denmark is now whipping through Northern California, reaching nursing homes, jails, and a hospital, officials confirmed Sunday night.  

The long weekend was a busy one for vaccine news—here’s the latest:

The arrival of the first wave of COVID-19 vaccines brings hope to a battered, weary world that 2021 can be the beginning of the end of a devastating, still-raging pandemic. But while the fight against this terrible disease has showcased an impressive array of global health…

Saying “We cannot afford inaction,” President-Elect Joe Biden announced a $1.9 trillion stimulus plan yesterday to help America recover from the economic blows of the virus,

Editor’s Note: This is the first of an occasional GHN series examining the health challenges that the new Biden administration must confront in its first 100 days.   The incoming Biden administration promises a vigorous, across-the-board reboot of the failed US…

A Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine has an efficacy rate just over 50%—far lower than the 78% anticipated, according to a Brazilian clinical trial conducted by São Paulo’s Butantan Institute.