A speedy vaccine rollout is Bangladesh’s shining victory during the pandemic, but there aren’t enough takers for the shots, says Taufique Joarder, MBBS, DrPH, MPH, executive director of the Public Health Foundation, Bangladesh. Even as the country negotiated quick access to…

India topped more than 100,000 COVID-19 cases per day yesterday and potentially faces an “out of control” virus, 

Hospital doctors treating the first COVID-19 cases had no way to know how the disease would progress in any given patient. 

The UK is set to offer the entire population twice-a-week testing beginning on Friday, though the plan is drawing fire from critics.   Different takes:

The AstraZeneca/Oxford University vaccine’s troubled ride through recent weeks has run into new doubts as 

In Tigray, sexual violence has become a key weapon in the civil war that began in November in the mountainous region of northern Ethiopia.  

In countries where the B.1.1.7 variant is dominating, the picture is getting much worse, 

Rochelle Walensky took off her CDC director hat yesterday and addressed Americans as a concerned fellow citizen, urging them to not let their guards down,

Leaders of 23 countries are backing a call for a pandemic treaty to boost cooperation and tackle gaps exposed by COVID-19,

Messenger RNA vaccines work extraordinarily well in “the real world,” a