Columbia University engineering professor Kartik Chandran projected the current COVID-19 infection trends in New Jersey's most populous region almost a month before they happened.
You may be debating whether to obtain the second Covid-19 booster now or wait until the fall. That could be because the booster part two messaging has been a bit hazy.
The New York Yankees arranged for team vaccinations before traveling to Tampa, Florida, and now third baseman Gio Urshela has been placed on the COVID injured list with some side effects.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under President Biden, has stated a fact that data has shown for years: Racism is plaguing the health of American citizens.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has openly challenged facts, information, and recommendations since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, even going as far as disputing its existence.
For much of late 2020 and early 2021, millions of Americans waited anxiously for news about coronavirus vaccines being developed and wondered when they’d be able to take them.
New York has launched the first mobile COVID-19 “certification” in the nation, the Excelsior Pass, designed to help residents prove that they’ve been vaccinated or recently tested negative for the coronavirus.
Pressure may burst pipes, but neither the cruise ship industry nor local governments can squeeze the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention into prematurely changing COVID protocols.
Vaccines may slow the spread of coronavirus, but the pandemic’s devastating financial effects may last for years to come.
Once, Dr. Deborah Birx was former President Trump’s right-hand woman and champion in the fight against the coronavirus. Now a critical retiree, Birx says that many U.S. deaths “could have been mitigated or decreased substantially.”
California was already one of the states hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Now, its vaccine distribution process is compounding the problem.