The CDC is reporting every severe breakthrough, but less is known about non-severe cases.
The host country's current wave has led to regional emergency lockdowns. Here's your weekly pandemic news update.
Simple face coverings saved many lives this past year. They might be here to stay.
With cases on the rise once again, revisiting hand washing and other practices is a necessity.
National Guard members may not have to comply.
Vaccines work, but Delta means masks are still on the menu.
Indoor masking for vaccinated people is back, but depends on your area.
Many newer lineages of SARS-CoV-2 have various mutations affecting the spike-shaped protein on the surface of the virus.
People living in counties with significant levels of COVID transmission, which amounts to two-thirds of all US counties, should resume masking.
Here’s what you need to know about the pandemic this week.
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