Remdesivir has recently received 2 huge votes of confidence: a deal to supply the EU with the antiviral, and FDA approval as a COVID-19 treatment.   Both decisions have “baffled” scientists.   The largest remdesivir study so far, from the WHO, showed the…

The title says it all: “Whoever Finds a Vaccine Must Share It.”  

Surging cases in Europe, the US, and Asia are pushing health systems to their breaking point, spurring dramatic measures in response:

Children in parts of southern Yemen have the highest rates of acute malnutrition ever recorded in the area—affecting more than 580,000 under-5s, 

SARS-CoV-2 antibodies wane over time, and more severe cases stir stronger immune responses, a trio of new studies concur. And while they diverge over how long antibodies last, this isn’t necessarily cause for concern.

As US coronavirus hospitalizations surge, a new CDC study quantifies what health workers

The latest wave of COVID-19 cases could soon swamp hospitals in parts of the US and Europe, forcing some to consider extreme measures. 

Europe is on the precipice of a perilous winter as the continent notched a record +1.3 million new cases in the past week and countries scrambled to enact new restrictions, 

Migrants and refugees are suffering disproportionately from the COVID-19 pandemic despite playing an outsized role propping up economies and essential services.  

Preventive antimalarials for school-age children may be the key to revive progress against the disease across Africa,