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Omicron news coverage is in overdrive, but there’s still so much we don’t know

Travelers are seen at an appointment desk for quarantine and coronavirus testing at the Schiphol Airport on November 28, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Paulo...

US adds record number of daily Covid-19 deaths

Source: LabCorpThe US Food and Drug Administration has granted an emergency use authorization for the first non-prescription, over-the-counter Covid-19 test kit for at...

CDC advisers to vote next week on who gets coronavirus vaccine first

An Oxford Vaccine Group researcher in a laboratory works on the coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University. John Cairns/University of Oxford/APMore information...

Fauci says he would have “no hesitation” to take a Covid-19 vaccine

from CBSDr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said that there are two things that make a...

Canada’s largest city is going into lockdown for at least 28 days

The US Food and Drug Administration said Friday it has scheduled a meeting of its outside advisory panel to discuss Pfizer and BioNTech’s application...

Covid-19 vaccine distribution won’t be slowed by presidential transition delay, says HHS assistant secretary

Adm. Brett Giroir listens during a hearing of the Senate Appropriations subcommittee reviewing coronavirus response efforts on September 16 in Washington. Anna Moneymaker-Pool/Getty ImagesCovid-19...

NYPD on alert after “uptick” in officer Covid-19 cases

Hispanics and Black Americans are dying at a disproportionate rate due to Covid-19, a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and...

At least 8,000 mink dead in Utah after contracting Covid-19

Utah ranchers have lost at least 8,000 mink to an outbreak of Covid-19 among the animals known for their silky, luxurious pelts.The virus first...

The CDC website says there is growing evidence droplets and airborne particles can remain in the air and be breathed in by others, and...

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated guidance on its website to say coronavirus can commonly spread "through respiratory droplets or small...
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