The seven-day average of newly administered doses of the Covid-19 vaccine has fallen below 1 million per day for the first time since January, according to data published Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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As America reopens, more than 37 million people are expected to travel for the Memorial Day holiday weekend -- a big boost from last year's record low.
About 2.4 million people in the United States are now receiving Covid-19 vaccinations daily, but one medical expert thinks the nation may not reach herd immunity this year if more people can't be persuaded to get a shot.
When the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reported that almost 8% of the millions who have received the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine hadn't returned to get the second shot they need, it raised concerns that the country might not be able reach herd immunity.
The new mask guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week has divided experts.
If you're wondering whether an amusement park is a safe place to have fun after more than a year of pandemic struggles, know that the answer isn't black-and-white.
Children may be spreading COVID-19 through extracurricular activities like sports, health officials say.
At this point of the pandemic, the idea of visiting extended family again may be a bright spot after a dark year.
Vaccine eligibility in the US is expanding quickly, and so is the popularity of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's little white card.