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.
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?
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.
In many articles about firings over vaccine mandates, journalists do not interview healthcare workers who are being terminated over refusing the vaccine.
What are the chances somebody with COVID-19 must be hospitalized? Your perception may vary depending on your political leaning.
There are massively competing narratives about ivermectin’s efficacy in treating COVID-19, and it all shows in media bias.
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.
Should the media share stories about people’s decision to get vaccinated leading up to their deaths?
The media sphere appears to have undergone a shift in narrative when it comes to the theory COVID-19 emerged from a Chinese laboratory.