A federal judge overturned the federal mask mandate for airplanes and public transportation this week, and the Biden administration is seeking an appeal.
Hospitals have recently began distinguishing between primary and incidental COVID-19 cases, resulting in criticism and confusion from news outlets and other voices across the spectrum.
Recent public opinion polls suggest Americans are worn out by the pandemic and care far more about inflation than COVID-19, regardless of political ideology.
Young kids in the U.S. will soon be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, raising questions about safety, efficacy and necessity among parents nationwide.
COVID-19 has become a constant in the news cycle, but with so many competing narratives and sensationalism on both sides, it can be hard to get an understanding of where the numbers lie and what the risks are for different groups. Here is a breakdown of where things stand.
People tend to overestimate or underestimate risk. The pandemic brings this into stark relief. Picture someone wearing an N95 mask while walking their dog through a deserted park. Contrast that with someone entering a crowded bar maskless in an area with high coronavirus transmission rates.
The CDC said Tuesday that vaccinated people in areas with “substantial or high” COVID-19 transmission should wear masks in public indoor settings.