Is Texas really ready to handle the coronavirus? Judging by a meeting in Austin Tuesday with health leaders, we’re getting two different answers.
More info on Coronavirus: Different perspectives on state readiness
‘I’m not getting it unless it’s mandated’: Why many African Americans distrust the COVID-19 vaccine
As COVID-19 spreads throughout Mississippi, the Black community still continues to see staggering numbers of fatalities. However, the number of vaccinations seems to stay at a relatively low rate of ...
Frank Martin’s Gamecocks looking for rhythm after extended COVID-19 shutdown
The Gamecocks are practicing again — and actually playing games — something they couldn’t say a month ago. On Saturday at noon, they’ll play just their third home game of the 2020-21 season, taking on ...
BT MindRush 2021: Tech adoption huge upside of COVID-19 pandemic, says Apollo MD Sangita Reddy
According to Dr Sangita Reddy, one of the drastic changes that she saw during the COVID-19 outbreak was the low footfall of patients in the hospitals because many people were scared that they would ge ...
As COVID-19 ran rampant in Florida prisons, inmate deaths jumped 45% in 2020
Inmate deaths in Florida state prisons rose 45% last year over an average from four prior years, showing the clear impact of COVID-19 on the corrections system, according to an Orlando Sentinel ...
COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Israel: Successes, lessons, and caveats
In this Special Feature, we look at why the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has been so successful in Israel and what the country’s data have revealed.
$1.8 billion budgeted in RI for COVID-19 response so far
Federal funding is expected to cover the lion’s share of the pandemic-related spending laid out at a hearing Thursday.
Your mental and physical health can affect how your body reacts to the Covid-19 vaccine, study says
If you’re waiting to get a COVID-19 shot, here’s something to consider: A new study says your mental and physical health can affect how your body reacts to the vaccine.
COVID-19, vaccines and MO public health: Q&A with outgoing health director Clay Goddard
The leader of Greene County's COVID-19 response answers questions about his 25-year career, COVID-19 response, the vaccination effort and the future.
Putting the Cost of COVID-19 in Perspective
Putting the Economic Cost of COVID-19 in Perspective When it comes to the toll on human life, mental well-being, and any long-term ...
COVID-19 vaccine appointments open to more eligible Mississippians
Mississippi residents who are 65 and older and those with pre-existing conditions that make them susceptible to COVID-19 can now sign up to get the vaccine.
Latino funeral home president gives perspective on ethnicity’s COVID-19 struggles
The latest data from Austin Public Health shows Latinos account for nearly half of all cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
The Science on COVID-19 and Schools
As a new semester gets underway, conflicts continue over whether schools can safely return to in-person instruction as COVID-19 remains widespread. But in the face of assertive claims from lawmakers ...