Story of the Week / December 30th, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
Government guidance on COVID-19 is shifting as new cases of the virus in the U.S. reach record levels.
Story of the Week / December 23rd, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
As the seemingly mild but more contagious Omicron variant spreads, President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday a new plan to distribute millions of at-home COVID-19 tests.
AllStances / December 8th, 2021 / By Antonio Ferme
Should the US federally enforce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, or should employees have a choice between vaccination and regular testing?
Story of the Week / December 2nd, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
The Omicron variant spurred new travel restrictions, stock market panic, and debates among experts and the public over how concerning it is.
Recommended Reading / November 19th, 2021 / By Oto Moto
Now that kids ages 5 to 11 are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination and the number of fully vaccinated people in the U.S. is rising, many people may be wondering what the endgame is for COVID-19.
Facts & Data / November 17th, 2021 / By Andrew Weinzierl
What concerns do parents most often cite when choosing not to vaccinate their children against COVID-19, and how are partisan outlets covering the recent CDC recommendation?
Recommended Reading / November 10th, 2021 / By Jacob Hess
Do we as parents really know enough to go along with this big step?
Story of the Week / October 28th, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
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.
Recommended Reading / October 27th, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
AllSides managing editor Henry A. Brechter discusses COVID-19, vaccines, mandates, media bias and more with AllSides Live host Yasmin Tavakoli.
Facts & Data / October 20th, 2021 / By Andrew Weinzierl
President Biden's vaccine requirements have become severely controversial, leading to debates over public health, personal freedom, the U.S. Constitution, safety of the vaccines, and much else.
Facts & Data / October 12th, 2021 / By Andrew Weinzierl
Which is better at preventing future COVID-19 infection: vaccine-induced immunity or natural immunity? Plus, how serious are the side effects after getting vaccinated?
Facts & Data / October 5th, 2021 / By Andrew Weinzierl
Over 70% of Americans are confident the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. There is a large divide, however, among vaccinated and unvaccinated adults: while almost 9 in 10 of vaccinated adults believe the vaccines are safe, just over 1 in 4 unvaccinated adults agree.
Recommended Reading / September 23rd, 2021 / By Moníca Guzman, Braver Angels
How two women connected in spite of differences on a very polarizing topic: mask mandates in schools.
Story of the Week / September 16th, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
The mandates will impact up to 100 million Americans.
Recommended Reading / September 10th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
The president realized that he had to get much tougher, much louder and much angrier.
Story of the Week / September 9th, 2021 / By AllSides Staff
The return to in-person learning has been a focus of media coverage across the spectrum.
Bias / September 7th, 2021 / By Julie Mastrine
There are massively competing narratives about ivermectin’s efficacy in treating COVID-19, and it all shows in media bias.
Facts & Data / August 23rd, 2021 / By Andrew Weinzierl
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.
Recommended Reading / August 18th, 2021 / By "The Conversation" Contributor
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.
Misinformation Watch / August 15th, 2021 / By Ethan Horowitz
Historic gaffe, or media overreaction? Donald Trump's comments about bleach during a COVID-19 press briefing last year have been covered very differently from the left and the right.