Capitol Lockdown Possibly Exposed Lawmakers to COVID-19 Says, Physicians
Capitol lockdown may have exposed members of the House to Covid-19 when they went into hiding during the U.S. riots on Wednesday.
Americans with Intellectual Disabilities Who Are High Risk of COVID-19 Still Waiting for Vaccines
People with developmental and intellectual disabilities who need help with their daily living and are more vulnerable to serious infections, including COVID-19, are still on the waiting list for vaccinations.
Connecticut Reaches Milestone of Completing First Series of COVID-19 Vaccinations in Nursing Homes
Connecticut's first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at nursing homes was completed on Friday. This marks a milestone that comes as skilled nursing facilities continue to tackle the second wave of novel coronavirus cases.
New York Vaccination Guidelines Aim to Follow-up Distribution of Vaccine to Peoples Arms
New York vaccination guidelines program in human history is now underway. But several delays already slowed plans to provide vaccines to up to 330 million people.
New COVID Variant Expected To Affect More People, Says US Experts
The new COVID variant strains are around 50 percent more infectious, and some doctors say it does not seem to be more lethal for any person who catches it.
COVID-19 Vaccine Calculator: This Tool Can Help You Know When It's Your Turn to Get Vaccinated
As many people are still waiting for their chance to get the COVID-19 vaccine, a Toronto-based developer designed a calculator which can estimate when one can receive the immunization against the deadly virus.
Vaccines Available to More Groups of People as US Officials Under Pressure
U.S. vaccines rollout, officials aim to pick up the pace after a slower-than-expected initial rollout. Encourages states to begin vaccinating lower-priority groups against Covid-19, said F.D.A.
COVID-19: South Africa Variant Virus and What to Know About This Strain
One of the recent mutations of the COVID-19 is the South Africa variant virus which is expected by scientists. One concern are the changes in the virus that might bypass measures to isolate it.
Wisconsin To Start Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines Weeks Later Than the Other States
Wisconsin residents will start receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in late January, weeks later than many states.
US Recorded Five Deadliest Days with More than 4,000 COVID-19 Deaths in Less than Two Weeks
The U.S. recorded its five deadliest days in less than two weeks with more than 4,000 COVID-19 deaths reported on Thursday.
CDC Reports More than 50 Cases of UK COVID-19 Strain in the US
More than 50 cases of mutated COVID-19 first detected in the U.K.were identified across the U.S., as per the CDC.
Oxygen Shortage Affects Hospital Assistance to COVID-19 Patients
The critical shortage of oxygen affects COVID-19 patients and some patients are killed for having trouble getting the amount of oxygen they needed.
Asymptomatic Cases Cause Virus Infection to Spread in the US Researchers Say
Asymptomatic cases can be a possible source of significant spread within the population ecology of COVID-19.
Report: As COVID-19 Cases Soar Japan Declares Tokyo Under the State of Emergency
As Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations in Tokyo soar, Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga declared for the nation's capital and nearby areas a state of emergency.
China Locks Down Part of Province, Virus Restrictions Heightened
As COVID-19 continues to spike, according to the latest reports, Chinese officials order a city to be placed under lockdown protocols which is a home for 11 million individuals.