Walmart announced Friday that it expects to deliver up to 13 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine per month "when supply and allocations allow."
Despite Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s warning that New York was about to exhaust its coronavirus vaccine supply, the state isn't running on empty.
New York is about to run out of coronavirus vaccines, and while Governor Cuomo says more are on their way, the state is going week-to-week in administering them.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed its guidance regarding the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine amid nationwide shortages and widespread confusion plaguing vaccination efforts in many states.
A World War II veteran who just celebrated his 100th birthday got his COVID-19 vaccine on live TV Friday. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said at the time Henry Sayler was the one-millionth senior citizen to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Florida, but later walked his comments back, acknowledging the state was about 200,000 short of the milestone.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it has detected only 10 cases of anaphylaxis — a rare, life-threatening allergic reaction that can occur after vaccination — out of 4 million of the first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
A federal review of the administration of Moderna's emergency COVID-19 vaccine since its approval in December has revealed that bad reactions to the shot are rare and severe allergic reactions are extremely rare.
Many people seem to think showing they are protected from the virus will make them a better catch.
The laywer for a fired Harris County Doctor who is being charged with stealing a vial of COVID-19 vaccine is firing back.
Vaccinations in the city haven't stopped but 15 city-run hubs are canceling first-dose appointments.
Dozens of clinics cropping up across the country aim to bring relief to COVID patients with lingering symptoms.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that the city had to cancel 23,000 appointments for people due to a lack of supply.
New York's effort to speed up coronavirus inoculations is increasingly colliding with a lack of vaccine.
Scientists are reporting troubling signs that some recent mutations of the coronavirus may modestly curb the effectiveness of two current vaccines.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York will run out of vaccine doses for residents waiting for their first dose within days.
Zélia de Carvalho Morley rolled up a sleeve and looked stoically to the side as a nurse slid in a COVID-19 shot. She was one of thousands in Brazil to get the shot on Wednesday, but one of very few old enough to recall an earlier viral pandemic that swept her nation and the world a century ago.
New York City will run out of first doses of COVID-19 vaccine doses sometime Thursday without fresh supplies, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.
The race against the virus that causes COVID-19 has taken a new turn: Mutations are rapidly popping up, and the longer it takes to vaccinate people, the more likely it is that a variant that can elude current tests, treatments and vaccines could emerge.
Maine health authorities set aside a batch of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine after discovering the 4,400 doses weren’t kept at the required temperature.
New Jersey has administered about 388,000 doses (to about 3.9% of its population) of the vaccine.