One Friday last month, I posted a map on Twitter. It drew immediate global attention, was seen by 8 million people, and has provoked strong responses and anger—and hopefully some soul-searching among those in governments and pharmaceutical companies.

For many detainees in US immigration facilities, the coronavirus was impossible to avoid. They were sleeping 3 feet apart with 36 people in a room.

“The virus took Grandma Delores first, silencing an 86-year-old voice that rang with Lakota songs and stories.”  

Among the many challenges facing President-elect Joe Biden upon his inauguration on January 20, the most urgent is the US COVID-19 response. How will things change? What will be his strategies and priorities?

Infectious new coronavirus variants spell bad news for already-strained hospitals, the WHO said yesterday,

Amid supply shortages and persistent vaccine nationalism, it could be years before COVID-19 vaccines reach billions of people in low- and middle-income countries, the

Reports that some low-priority staff at some elite medical institutions are getting coronavirus vaccines ahead of their turn are stirring an ethical outcry,

Migrant workers are struggling to get during Thailand’s worst COVID-19 outbreak so far; and for many, government aid and essential-for-work tests are out of reach.   While the Thai government has assured that high-risk individuals would receive free COVID-19 testing and…

A new Lancet study—the longest term follow-up study so far—offers a snapshot of COVID-19 symptoms 6 months after symptoms onset.  

More than half of the spread of COVID-19 is caused by asymptomatic individuals, according to CDC modeling