The global community must provide real support to African countries by sharing COVID-19 vaccine information.
The massive inoculation gap between rich and poor countries has kept the door open to COVID variants.
A widely-backed proposed TRIPS waiver has languished for more than a year as global vaccine inequity has deepened.
In 15 states, patients with confirmed or suspected COVID are already taking up more ICU beds than they were a year ago.
The Justice Department argued that the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals made an error in its original judgment.
Across the U.S. as a whole, 80 percent of Americans 12 years and older have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose.
The promising antiviral drugs are most effective if given to patients within three to five days of their first symptoms.
Meanwhile, just 5 percent of people in low-income countries have received at least one coronavirus vaccine dose.
Strengthened protections for meat-processing workers are long overdue. It’s time for the federal government to act.
The agency run by Jared Kushner’s friend was tasked with aiding the supply chain for things like masks and COVID tests.