Likely in the next few weeks, the U.S. coronavirus toll will surpass 1 million. The virus has compiled a chronology of loss — one by one by one.
COVID and overdoses made 2021 the deadliest year for the US, why inflation is so high, and more virus news
2021 was the deadliest year in U.S. history, and new data and research are offering more insights into how it got that bad. Find out more here, along with the rest of today's COVID news.
Philadelphia reinstates its indoor mask mandates, COVID testing sites are shutting down, and more COVID news
Philadelphia became the first major U.S. city to reinstate its indoor mask mandate on Monday after reporting a sharp increase in coronavirus infections. Here's a look at some more COVID news from around the country and world.
Chinese officials are extending a mass lockdown across Shanghai - a city of 26 million - over a resurgence of the highly infectious Omicron coronavirus variant. The move has frustrated residents who complain about access to necessities including food and medicine.
A judge appointed by former President Donald Trump had issued a nationwide injunction against the requirement in January.
The number of coronavirus cases reported globally has dropped for a second consecutive week and confirmed COVID-19 deaths also fell last week, according to a World Health Organization report issued Wednesday. Here's that and more COVID news.
PASCO, Wash. — For its quick response and active thinking, the team at Tri-Cities Airport (PSC) has received GBAC STAR Facility Accreditation: A sign of respect from the worldwide cleaning industry's only commission that focuses on outbreak prevention, response, and…
Student loan payments were scheduled to resume May 1 after being halted since early in the pandemic. But following calls from Democrats in Congress, the White House plans to give borrowers additional time to prepare for payments. Here's that and more pandemic news.
The Senate has reached a bipartisan deal to provide an additional $10 billion in COVID-19 assistance. Here's what is in it and how it will be paid for.
Senate bargainers have reached agreement on a slimmed-down $10 billion package for countering COVID-19. Here's that and more COVID news.
More than 59 million people with Medicare's "Part B" outpatient coverage will be able to get up to eight free at-home tests per month.
Since the pandemic started, experts have warned of a mental health crisis facing American children. That is now playing out at schools, where teachers are on the front lines.
Two years into the pandemic, researchers and doctors are still trying to figure out the long-term effects of COVID.
Bipartisan COVID aid package deal? Plus, the state of mental health in teens during the pandemic, and more
Utah GOP Sen. Mitt Romney said Thursday that Republicans have struck an "agreement in principle" with Democrats on a $10 billion package to help US efforts to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's that and more COVID news.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved people ages 50 and older to receive a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.
WHO reports an increase in COVID deaths, pandemic border restrictions expected to end, and more COVID news
Some sources are reporting that the Biden administration plans to end pandemic border restrictions blocking migrants in May, and the CDC is lifting its risk advisory for cruise travel. Here's that and more COVID news.
Many Americans now can get a second COVID-19 booster, but it's hard to tell who really needs another shot now and who could wait. Here's what to know.
Scientists are deeply concerned that COVID-19 could evolve within animal populations – potentially spawning dangerous viral mutants that could jump back to people, spread among us and reignite what seems like a waning pandemic.
The highly contagious omicron subvariant BA.2 is now the dominant coronavirus strain in the U.S. Here's what you should know.
U.S. regulators today authorized another COVID-19 booster for people age 50 and older, a step to offer extra protection for the most vulnerable in case the coronavirus rebounds. Here's that and more COVID news.