A recent CDC report found that a third of COVID-19 patients reported long-term symptoms nearly two months after testing positive for the virus.
The vaccine mandate is just one more thing world leaders are debating ahead of next week's U.N. General Assembly meeting in New York City.
Last week, the CDC published data from more than 3,000 hospitals showing that infections people contracted while in hospitals went up in 2020, after going down for several years in a row.
Three tourists from Texas were arrested after attacking a hostess at Carmine's on the Upper West Side, said the NYPD.
An independent advisory panel for the FDA voted against a proposal for a booster dose of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine for Americans 16 and older.
Anyone who does not have one of the mandatory passes by October 15 will face suspension without pay for up to five days.
Thousands of students have requested to go mask-free in Pennsylvania schools, claiming a medical exemption amid fierce local opposition to the state's new face-covering mandate.
It's a new take on the "rooftop garden" — workers from two taxi cooperatives in Thailand installed miniature veggie gardens on the roofs of cabs idled by the coronavirus crisis.
"We understand that COVID-19 is a very real health concern that we all have to take seriously," said event organizer Nick Caturano, "but many cast members have a legitimate basis for refusing vaccination."
According to a new study from the National Law Enforcement Officer's memorial fund, 346 officers had died from the virus since the pandemic began.
The pandemic has brought so many changes for all of us over the last 18 months, including the loss of friendships. The breakups have accelerated along with the vaccine rollouts.
Gov. Kathy Hochul vowed to fight a lawsuit launched by a group of Christian health care practitioners who argue that New York’s vaccine mandate for health care workers is unconstitutional because it lacks a religious exemption.
Mississippi has surpassed New Jersey as the state with the highest rate of COVID-19 deaths in the U.S., with roughly 1 of every 320 Mississippians having succumbed to the coronavirus.
President Joe Biden directed OSHA to write a rule forcing employers with at least 100 workers to require staff get vaccinated or produce weekly test results showing they are virus free.
Idaho's public health leaders have expanded health care rationing statewide amid a massive increase in the number of coronavirus patients requiring hospitalization.
Health officials say the state of Florida has surpassed 50,000 coronavirus deaths since the pandemic began. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has tallied 50,811 deaths after adding more than 1,500 COVID-19 deaths provided by state authorities on Thursday.
Two dozen Republican attorneys general are warning the White House of impending legal action if a proposed coronavirus vaccine requirement for as many as 100 million Americans goes into effect.
The Illinois family of a vaccinated woman who died of COVID-19 says her death could have been avoided if more people were vaccinated.
A new art exhibition is being installed on the National Mall that features more than 600,000 white flags, each one representing a life lost to COVID-19 in the U.S. during the pandemic.
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