If vaccinated people are less likely to transmit the coronavirus, maybe they should be able to test out of isolation.
Sometimes, dips in immunization quality can be rescued with a little extra quantity.
A vaccine’s value isn’t just in its peak performance.
An epidemiologist joins five Atlantic parents to discuss just how long their pandemic trade-offs can hold.
Here’s everything we do.
Medical professionals are used to being believed, but as patients, they found that their expertise didn’t matter.
About one in five health-care workers has left their job since the pandemic started. This is their story—and the story of those left behind.
The pandemic has been a near-perfect mass hair-loss event.
Your turkey won’t be the most expensive thing on the table anymore.
I was ultracareful for 18 months. Then I got COVID.
A first COVID shot will give kids some protection, but none of them will be fully vaccinated until the beginning of December.
But are they a good idea?
No one knows exactly what the rules are for post-booster behavior.
The age cutoffs for COVID-19 vaccine sizes (mostly) make sense.
With FDA authorization for a kid-size COVID vaccine pending, a pediatrician and infectious-disease expert weighs in on what’s next.
The field’s future lies in reclaiming parts of its past that it willingly abandoned.
The CDC indicated that it would move toward a hands-off stance: Booster-eligible people should stick with one brand, but may mix and match at will.
Only about 25 percent of expectant mothers have gotten a COVID-19 shot during their pregnancy. Worried for their baby’s health, many have opted for what feels safe, rather than what is safe.
You might have fewer antibodies now. But they’re better than the ones you started with.
America has a choice to make.