Even though demand for COVID-19 tests greatly overwhelmed supply earlier in the pandemic, rapid home tests are more available today.
Flags on public buildings are being lowered in remembrance to one million lives lost to COVID-19 in the United States
In countries with lower-than-expected COVID-19 vaccination rates, mentions of side effects and negative emotions dominated overall social media discourses on COVID-19 vaccines.
The first three coronavirus vaccines earned Emergency Use Authorization more than a year ago. To date, no other vaccines have been put into use in the U.S - but that will soon change.
It's an eye-catching statistic: 58% of the whole population and 75% of kids in the U.S. had been infected by the coronavirus by the end of February 2022.
Paxlovid is a made up of two protease inhibitors, including one used in treating HIV as a booster medicine.
As lockdowns went into effect in the spring of 2020 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, reports emerged of a global gardening boom, with plants, flowers, vegetables and herbs sprouting in backyards and on balconies around the world.
Masking may no longer be required on mass transit, but you can always choose to still wear a mask.
Denver International Airport is no longer requiring passengers to wear facial coverings after a federal judge struck down the federal mask mandate for public transportation.