Around the U.S., businesses, schools and politicians are considering "vaccine passports” as a path to reviving the economy and getting Americans back to work and play.
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The comments by Dr. Deborah L. Birx, the coronavirus response coordinator, were among a string of bombshells that emerged during a CNN special report.
U.S. President Joe Biden announced Tuesday that there would be enough doses of the coronavirus vaccine available for the entire adult population in the United States by the end of May, although he said it would take longer to actually inoculate everyone, and he ...
Biden predicted that the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 would top 500,000 next month, refusing to play down the carnage that his predecessor was loath to acknowledge.
Elizabeth Graves, an ardent supporter of President Donald Trump, is not opposed to vaccines. She said she had taken flu shots and pneumonia shots and, having just turned 50, was interested in being vaccinated against shingles. But Graves, a legal transcriptionist in Starkville, Mississippi, said ...
As the United States enters what may be the most intense stage of the pandemic yet, the Trump administration remains largely disengaged.
Trump has largely shuttered the White House task force and doubled down on anti-science language, telling voters that the U.S. is "rounding the corner” in the pandemic.