Five states—Arizona, California, Florida, Tennessee, and Texas—account for 40 percent of all new cases reported in the past seven days.
Even for those who haven’t contracted COVID-19
With days left to go in the month, the number of deaths reported passed April’s high.
Nine countries have now reported outbreaks on mink farms.
The Golden State was in better shape than most of the country. Now the outbreak there is going from bad to worse.
The coronavirus can cause insomnia and long-term changes in our nervous systems. But sleep could also be a key to ending the pandemic.
The COVID-19 vaccine will make some people feel sick. But they’re not—that’s the immune system doing its job.
We’re very relieved, but now entering the strange time of vaccine purgatory.
For the second week in a row, more COVID-19 deaths were reported in the U.S. than at any other time in the pandemic.
The coronavirus is now resurgent in some of the states hardest hit in the spring and summer.
How could we let people go so long without help?
The period after a vaccine is approved will be strange and confusing, as certain groups of people get vaccinated but others have to wait.
An FDA-advisory-committee vote has marked the beginning of the end of the pandemic. But there’s still a long road ahead.
The pandemic set a devastating record today. It will not be the last.
Over the weekend, the seven-day average of COVID-19 deaths passed the spring’s peak.
The pandemic is unfolding as if on a split screen. The winter looks bleak, but Americans can now give themselves permission to hope for a speedy vaccine rollout.
How do you talk with a loved one who believes pandemic conspiracy theories?
A new statistic shows that health-care workers are running out of space to treat COVID-19 patients.
Thanksgiving has skewed reporting of COVID-19 cases and deaths, but one metric is still clear: Hospitalizations keep rising.
The initial results of the AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine trials were unexpected and confusing, but there’s more data to come.