It was a milestone in the coronavirus pandemic, 18 months after adults first began receiving shots against the virus. The response from parents was notably muted.
Throughout the pandemic, Canadians have been able to travel to the United States for nonessential reasons like visiting family and friends, but there was a catch: They had to fly.
As sovereign nations, Indigenous groups are using their authority to make their own rules to protect students and teachers
Patients with a range of debilitating symptoms but no positive Covid test may not qualify for specialty clinics – and may be told it’s ‘all in your head’
Technology companies rallied to apply their expertise as King county went from the US center of the pandemic to one of the country’s lowest death rates
Phased distribution plans in some states do not name population as a priority while CDC recognizes it as high risk
Thousands of Washington state residents have found vaccine appointments with help from a Facebook group
‘For frontline workers to be threatened or silenced, it’s just wrong,’ says Dr Ming Lin who is suing for wrongful termination
Disinfectants used to decontaminate masks and gowns contain elements that belong to class of chemicals than can cause harm, experts warn
Workers at ‘most toxic place in America’ are terrified to return to a site where there has been very little protection from the outbreak