Disparities in the virus’s toll are being mirrored in Florida’s vaccine rollout.  

As wealthy nations roll out millions of COVID-19 vaccines and are beginning to reap the benefits, a devastating inverse trend in South America is sending cases soaring, PAHO chief

Some long-haul COVID-19 patients are reporting post-jab improvements.

The Biden administration moved up the US vaccination schedule by 2 months yesterday, promising enough doses to vaccinate all US adults by May’s end,

Vaccines are not just tools for disease prevention, they’re also a means for countries to project soft power in lower-income countries,

Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine secured approvals for widespread use by the

COVID-19 cases may seem low in Burkina Faso, but the pandemic is soaking up precious emergency care resources,

Brazil, one of the hardest-hit nations throughout much of the pandemic, has clocked more than 10 million cases and over 250,000 deaths—a death toll second only to the US.

It’s time to fix the staggering global inequities in access to COVID-19 vaccines, writes Gavin Yamey in a

Good news on reinfection front: US NIH researchers found that people with SARS-CoV-2 antibodies showed “substantial” immunity to the virus at least for a few months,