NEW YORK (AP) — Confronted with rare cases of blood clots potentially linked to Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, U.S. health officials faced a delicate task: how to suspend distribution of the shots without setting off alarm about their safety.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Half of all adults in the U.S. have received at least one COVID-19 shot, the government announced Sunday, marking another milestone in the nation’s largest-ever vaccination campaign but leaving more work to do to convince skeptical Americans to roll up their sleeves.
Half of all adults in the U.S. have received at least one COVID-19 shot, the government announced Sunday. Here's the latest virus news.
Six cases out of the 6.8 million doses of the J&J vaccine administered in the U.S. experienced extremely rare blood clots. That’s about half as likely as getting struck by lightning in a year.
WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump is slamming two of his most prominent coronavirus advisers. He says Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx are “two self-promoters trying to reinvent history.”
AstraZeneca insisted that its COVID-19 vaccine provides strong protection even after counting additional illnesses in its U.S. study, as the drugmaker responded to concerns raised by American officials in an unusually public rebuke that threatened to further erode confidence in the shot.
More than three months into the U.S. vaccination drive, many of the numbers paint an increasingly encouraging picture. Here's the latest virus news.
Today's virus updates: AstraZeneca's reputation marred by missteps; Fauci's surge warning; promising antibody drug results; plus the latest virus numbers.
Fauci said it would be a "game changer" for the country's vaccine efforts if Trump used his "incredible influence" among Republicans. Also, get more of the latest virus updates.
Montana reported its lowest number of COVID-19 cases in nearly 6 months on Monday with an additional 32 cases.
Just one year ago, America had no idea. Life in February 2020 still felt normal. A year later, America is at a horrifying milestone of 500,000 deaths from COVID-19. A look back ...
As the U.S. nears 500,000 COVID-19 deaths, Dr. Anthony Fauci says it's "possible" Americans will still need to wear masks in 2022. Here's the latest.
Dr. Anthony Fauci called the COVID-19 vaccine the "light at the end of the tunnel" during the University of Montana’s annual Mansfield Lecture on Wednesday.
Virus roundup: Vaccines are not yet approved for children, but testing already is underway for those as young as 12. There are still dozens of coronavirus vaccines in development around the globe.
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Nearly a year to the day after the Chinese city of Wuhan went into lockdown to contain a virus that had already escaped, President Joe Biden began putting into effect a new war plan for fighting the outbreak in the U.S.
Public health experts Thursday blamed vaccine shortages around the U.S. in part on the Trump administration’s push to get states to vastly expand their vaccination drives without ordering enough shots.
The US daily death toll from COVID-19 topped 3,100 Wednesday.
President-elect Joe Biden said he would ask all Americans to wear a mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus for the first 100 days of his administration as well as issue a "standing order" requiring face coverings in federal buildings and interstate transportation.
Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are volunteering to get their Covid-19 vaccines on camera to promote public confidence in the vaccine's safety once the US Food and Drug Administration authorizes one.
Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are volunteering to get their Covid-19 vaccines on camera to promote public co…
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s leading infectious disease expert, will talk with Montana audiences as the headlining speaker of the 2021 Mansfield Lecture in February.
Gatherings are likely safer in areas around the world where infections remain low, although the standard precautions still apply.