Anthony Fauci reveals which activities he will and won't do now that he's vaccinatedBusiness Insider · 5 min
Indoor restaurants are still a no.
Indoor restaurants are still a no.
The world has vaccines that can prevent most cases of Covid-19. It even has drugs that can help with the most serious symptoms of the disease. Now what it needs is a Tamiflu for SARS-CoV-2.
For a socially anxious and solitude-loving crew, the pandemic year has been a sort of strange blessing.
This week, the C.D.C. acknowledged what scientists have been saying for months: The risk of catching the coronavirus from surfaces is low. When the coronavirus began to spread in the United States last spring, many experts warned of the danger posed by surfaces.
I asked experts when vaccinated people can resume high-risk activities — and got a whole bunch of answers.
The stories you hold on to will be colored by your own experience—but also by the experiences of those around you.
This isn't the first time the world has been engaged in a conversation about "vaccine passports.
When the coronavirus arrived, the country decided not to implement lockdowns or recommend masks. How has it fared?
What a vaccine’s “efficacy rate” actually means. In the US, the first two available Covid-19 vaccines were those from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna. Both vaccines have very high “efficacy rates” of around 95 percent.
A few weeks ago, my partially vaccinated partner and my wholly unvaccinated self got an invitation to a group dinner, held unmasked and indoors. There’d be Thai food for 10, we were promised, and two über-immunized hosts, more than two weeks out from their last Moderna doses.
A new formulation entering clinical trials in Brazil, Mexico, Thailand and Vietnam could change how the world fights the pandemic.A new vaccine for Covid-19 that is entering clinical trials in Brazil, Mexico, Thailand and Vietnam could change how the world fights the pandemic.
Inside the sprawling operational puzzle of bringing the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine to the public.
You’ve probably heard about the COVID vaccines’ side effects, and by now are well aware that there is no “standard” reaction to the shots—everyone handles them differently.
Huge Ma helped thousands of New Yorkers get vaccinated. Now he’s using his platform to combat anti-Asian racism.
The most common questions about vaccination side effects, answered.
If the District were a state, it could fix its shot problem.
Sometime soon, you might arrive at an airport or a stadium or a restaurant, open an app or flash a card, and be admitted to a place or experience that was denied you during the pandemic.
Many New York City public schools have been repeatedly closed because of two positive COVID-19 tests, even without evidence of in-school spread. Experts call it “crazy.” And it’s driving me nuts.
For now, the best way to show that you’ve been inoculated against the coronavirus is a simple white card. Here, your key questions answered.
It was billed as the vaccine to deliver the world from Covid.
The AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is indispensable right now. As one of the first vaccines out of the gate, it’s been at the center of the World Health Organization’s plan to roll out some 2 billion doses to 92 nations by the end of the year.
Social isolation is linked to poorer physical and mental health, but we don't know why. Now we’re starting to understand what loneliness does to our brains.
The coronavirus vaccines made by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech are proving highly effective at preventing symptomatic and asymptomatic infections under real-world conditions, federal health researchers reported on Monday.
“I'm worried about losing my new lease on life.”
A deadlier and more transmissible variant has taken root, but now we have the tools to stop it if we want.
If you catch your old college roommate sharing COVID-19 vaccine misinformation on Facebook, the odds are that these falsehoods are coming from one of twelve people. That’s right. Just twelve individuals.
Scientists can now sequence an entire genome overnight. This technology has been the key tool in identifying and tracking Covid variants.
The vaccines are here, and with them, the promise of getting back to some sort of normal. Over the coming months, many Americans will be returning to offices or schools, traveling to see family and friends, eating cheeseburgers inside sports bars.
The antiviral drug molnupiravir, still in clinical trials, would give doctors an important new treatment and a weapon against coronaviruses and future pandemics.
As the Covid vaccine supply increases throughout the U.S., the next hurdle to reaching herd immunity will be convincing those who are hesitant about vaccines to receive their shots.