Chaotic scenes from the weekend showed maskless revelers drinking and partying in the streets in defiance of curfew orders.
The drug company announced positive trial results on Monday suggesting the vaccine was highly effective in preventing symptomatic COVID-19 in all age groups. Less than a day later, US health officials questioned the results, which still have not been released in full.
Hundreds of people told us what it felt like to finally get the COVID-19 vaccine. Here are your stories.
“To be honest, this year was really about survival for us.”
Experts could not rule out a link to rare blood-clotting conditions seen in a small number of people who received the vaccine and suggested warnings be added to information given to doctors and patients.
“We’re stuck in a system that doesn’t care about us,” one Black citizen of the Seminole Nation said.
So far there’s no clear evidence of a safety problem. But several European countries have paused vaccinations with AstraZeneca’s shots while investigations continue.
"I couldn't wrap my brain around the fact that I literally couldn't work. I felt like a failure."
Biden's announcement, part of a national address, shifts the responsibility for the pandemic response to the federal government.
When usher Peter McIntosh started feeling sick a year ago, he never imagined he’d become the first confirmed COVID-19 case on Broadway — or that theaters would close the next day.
Truly an emotional marathon.
More than 60 people — from Anthony Fauci to Chet Hanks — told us what it was like in the Oval Office, in the Utah Jazz locker room, and backstage on Broadway on March 11, 2020, the day COVID swallowed everything.
Checks of $1,400, unemployment benefits, and hundreds of billions of dollars in aid are coming soon. President Joe Biden signed the bill Thursday.
These TV shows are how I spent 90% of my quarantine.
We all made whipped coffee at some point right?
The long-awaited guidelines were released at a White House briefing on Monday.
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Oh, to be binge-watching Tiger King and baking bread again.
A lot can change in a year.
The Senate Passed Biden’s Massive COVID Aid Package, But Only After Watering Down Checks And Unemployment Benefits
Democrats are touting the bill as a historic rescue package, despite needing to make last-minute concessions to get it passed.
“Everyone was looking for a quick fix,” Anthony Fauci told BuzzFeed News.
Theme parks, stadiums, and live performances will be eligible to resume operations at reduced capacity related to what the COVID transmission rates are in their home counties.
Los requisitos de identificación buscan frenar el turismo de vacunas, pero pueden excluir a residentes vulnerables
En teoría, las demostraciones de residencia y los requisitos de identificación buscan asegurar que las vacunas para COVID-19 se distribuyan de manera equitativa, pero las reglas están excluyendo a la gente que buscan proteger.
"To be honest, I sort of forgot about them."
Never take fresh air for granted again.
Proof-of-residency and ID requirements are supposed to ensure COVID-19 vaccines are equitably distributed — but the rules are shutting out some of the people they aim to protect.
"Vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaciiiiiiine," she sang. "I'm begging of you, please don't hesitate."
It's been 84 years...
That's two months earlier than his administration previously predicted.
"It is now time to open Texas 100%," Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday.
Johnson & Johnson's vaccine has been shown to be effective at reducing severe cases of COVID-19 with just one shot.