Convincing medical staffers to get vaccinated will be a crucial first step in convincing everyone else.
"It's the first day where we can actually turn the tide on this pandemic, and instead of talking about the lives lost, we can talk about the lives that we've saved."
The US on Monday began vaccinating people as the country hit a devastating death milestone.
Millions of doses of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine are expected to be shipped nationwide and arrive on Monday.
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COVID infections are low to nonexistent in several countries, where life looks practically normal. Some people even occasionally forget there’s a pandemic going on.
Sen. Ron Johnson said he was trying to be open-minded in inviting witnesses who promoted misinformation about the COVID pandemic.
The coronavirus vaccination plan, announced as part of a health team rollout, would mean distributing 100 million shots in Joe Biden’s first months as president.
On Tuesday, Oxford became the first team leading a coronavirus vaccine trial to publish its results in a peer-reviewed journal, but scientists have questions about how the trials were conducted.
The first pilot to travel faster than the speed of sound has died at age 97.
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“The report does not make a coherent argument why microwaves should be involved,” one critic said.
Lies about science, civil rights, and the vote itself have turned Americans against one another.
As the pandemic now devastates rural America and small towns, healthcare workers are watching people they know die. But they’re still struggling to get people to listen.
I’m just one of the thousands of Americans who have long-term post-COVID symptoms. This crisis won't end with a vaccine.
This hurricane season blew through predictions from federal scientists and set a string of new records along the way.
Quarantine after exposure to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 can be shortened from 14 days to 7 days if people have no symptoms and a negative coronavirus test.
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The panel recommendations will help governors decide who gets first priority for any vaccines authorized by FDA.
If approved, the vaccine could become the second shot to become available in the US by December.
As hospitals face the logistical nightmare of giving people the few doses of new antibody drugs available, scientists say they're concerned we still don’t have enough data to show they work.
Nearly 1 in 10 senators and 1 in 20 House members have been diagnosed with COVID-19, but even wearing masks on the Senate floor is still a source of contention.
With coronavirus cases rising exponentially, people are living at different levels of risk. And it’s causing a strain with some of their closest relationships.
The vaccine, which Oxford University developed alongside the company AstraZeneca, was reportedly highly effective in preventing hospitalizations or severe cases of the coronavirus.
On Friday, as people began crowding in airports to travel for the holiday, the US set a daily incidence record with 195,542 new coronavirus cases.
"It’s about having high-quality face-to-face conversations, and we tend to be able to do that by knocking on people’s doors," said the executive director of New Georgia Project.
If authorized, healthcare workers and vulnerable groups might start getting the two-shot vaccine before the end of the year.
The president-elect spoke about coronavirus relief with governors from across the country, including Republicans. The next steps are still hazy.
With coronavirus cases surging nationwide, experts fear another 150,000 Americans will die from COVID-19 within the next three months.
Your chances of catching the coronavirus on a plane are probably low, studies indicate. But the airline industry, which has funded a chunk of that research, hasn’t always stuck to the science.
The CDC says people will put their families at risk of contracting COVID-19 by traveling to meet them.
Despite the rising death toll, simple measures that are effective in reducing the spread of the coronavirus, like wearing a mask, remain politically divisive.