While it might have seemed like a good idea to stockpile those free at-home tests, many are likely now expired. But you may still be able to use them — here’s how to check.
There are growing concerns for parents sending their children back to school after a new study showed that the pandemic had a major impact on students reading and math skills.
The tweaked COVID booster, which was approved in a fast-tracked strategy, is expected to be available next week after Labor Day.
The Wall Street giant has told employees that it will no longer require vaccines, Covid testing, or masks, essentially saying it is time to get back in the office five days a week starting the day after Labor Day.
The number of new coronavirus cases and deaths reported globally continued to fall nearly everywhere in the world. But deaths climbed in two regions.
The U.S. is averaging nearly 89,000 new COVID cases, 5,300 new hospitalizations and 392 deaths daily.
Moderna said in its complaint that Pfizer and BioNTech copied some “critical features” of its technology, including making the same "chemical modification” to their mRNA, which is used for protein production.
A special House panel looking into the government's coronavirus response says the Trump White House tried to pressure U.S. health experts into reauthorizing the drug hydroxychloroquine that had been discredited as a COVID-19 treatment.
Only about 6% of youngsters ages 6 months through 4 years had gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Jill Biden first tested positive for the virus on Aug. 15, when she and her husband were vacationing in Kiawah Island, S.C.
Pfizer has asked the FDA to authorize its combination COVID-19 vaccine that adds protection against the newest omicron relatives.
The agency has long been criticized as too ponderous, focusing on collection and analysis of data but not acting quickly against new health threats.
More than half of people who were likely infected with the COVID-19 Omicron variant last fall didn’t know they had the virus, which could be why it spread so fast, a new study finds.
The 9/11 Tribute Museum is closing for good after Wednesday due to financial pressures made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.
A New York judge has ruled in favor of former Gov. Andrew Cuomo and against a state ethics commission that wanted him to give up $5 million he was paid to write a book.
The New York City Department of Education says it will no longer randomly test willing students for COVID-19 and will rely instead on at-home tests.
First lady Jill Biden has tested positive for COVID-19 while vacationing in South Carolina, the White House said Tuesday. It comes weeks after the president's recovery.
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The Long Island Rail Road is running behind schedule when it comes to getting back all the riders it lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.