Many rural counties have excelled at getting injections into arms fast and efficiently, outpacing big cities despite disadvantages in health care infrastructure.
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The efforts rely on grassroots partners such as churches and health centers, and aim to topple long-standing barriers that keep minorities from participating in trials.
After pounding big U.S. cities in the spring, the virus now has engulfed rural and small-town America, seeming to seep into the country’s every nook and cranny.
Low population tallies can rob areas of badly needed federal dollars to address affordable housing, child care and other key issues.
Late in March, Laura Gross, 72, was recovering from gall bladder surgery in her Fort Lee, New Jersey, home when she became sick again. Her throat, head and eyes hurt, her muscles and joints ached and she felt like she was in a fog. Her ...
Nearly 30 doctors around the world, from New Orleans to London to Dubai, said in interviews that they feel more prepared should cases surge again in the fall.