Vaccination may be a pass to certain activities—but what about actual vaccine passports?  

COVID-19 patients with weakened immune systems may be acting as incubators for the mutating virus, according to a new theory,

Mounting research has shown pregnant women fare worse than their nonpregnant counterparts when it comes to COVID-19.   One promising finding is that the virus rarely crosses over to the fetus.

The wealthy vs. developing countries’ scuffle over patent rights to COVID-19 vaccines has intensified at the World Trade Organization this week.

Among COVID-19’s many casualties: A global focus on the growing dangers of antibiotic resistance.  

In the US CDC’s 

Vaccination may be a pass to certain activities—but what about actual vaccine passports?  

The latest mutation of concern: A sample in Oregon was found to contain both the B.1.1.7 coronavirus mutation first discovered in the UK and the E484K mutation known as “Eek,” which has been found in variants in South Africa, Brazil, and New York City.  

After initially rejecting Johnson & Johnson vaccines—saying they were “very good” but “not as good” as the Moderna and Pfizer’s—Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan walked back his statement, 

If you can’t convince public health workers to get vaccinated, you’ve got a problem.