About 70-85% of a population must become immune to COVID-19 to reach herd immunity, and the math, at least in the US, isn’t looking good.
About 50 anti-vaccine protesters shut down a mass vaccination site at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon,
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There’s little evidence that schools contributed significantly to increased COVID-19 transmission, according to a
Amid complaints of shortages and patchy supply chains, the Biden administration has announced a surge in deliveries to US states in the coming weeks, AP reports. With a new round of purchasing from Pfizer and Moderna, the administration says there will be enough vaccines…
After multiple delays and a 14-day quarantine, WHO investigators charged with uncovering the pandemic’s origins are finally set to begin work in China this week. Families of Chinese COVID-19 victims want their story heard. They’re demanding accountability from a…
New data suggests the variant of COVID-19 first identified in the UK may be deadlier than its predecessor, though scientists caution there still isn’t enough data to draw firm conclusions, BBC reports.
With a new president in the White House, many expect the US to reclaim its position as a leader in global health. But this begs an important question. Should any one nation, especially from the Global North, presume to lead global health?
Somewhere in the stack of executive orders President Biden signed on his first day was one that halted his predecessor’s attempted departure from the WHO.
The 501Y.V2 SARS-CoV-2 variant identified in South Africa has researchers worried it could bypass protection from prior infection or vaccination,