Covid-19What Will It Take to Boost Vaccinations? The Scene From Kentucky's Back Roads
Kentucky is in the midst of a COVID-19 wildfire sparing no part of the state; new case counts topped 4,000...
Covid-19Community Clinics Shouldered Much of the Vaccine Rollout. Many Haven't Been Paid.
Clinics are owed tens of millions of dollars, at minimum, for shots they've given since the vaccines received emergency authorization.
Covid-19NY Reaches Agreement With DOJ Over Vaccine Access for Blind People
State officials say they have corrected issues that prevent blind or visually impaired users from accessing forms or navigating vaccine...
Covid-19Organ Centers to Transplant Patients: Get a COVID Shot or Move Down on Waitlist
Many transplant programs have chosen to either bar patients who refuse to take the COVID vaccines from receiving transplants, or...
Covid-19COVID Immunity Through Infection or Vaccination: Are They Equal?
Evidence is growing that contracting SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is generally as effective as vaccination.
TechnologyTexting Drives 600,000 Patients to Engage in COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling at Hartford HealthCare
The initiative helps Connecticut to be a leader in the percentage of population that has been vaccinated.
Covid-19California Vaccine Mandate Extends to Aides for People With Disabilities
Those who work directly with people with disabilities must be fully vaccinated by Nov. 30.
NursingMandatory Vaccines for Healthcare Workers Might Upend Nurses' Training
Groups representing the nursing profession say "students should be vaccinated when clinical facilities require it" to complete their clinical training.
NursingNursing Students Who Refuse a Mandated COVID-19 Vaccine Could be Disenrolled
Education programs are not obligated to provide alternate clinical experiences based on a student?s vaccine preference, new policy issued by...
StrategyA Colorado Town Is About as Vaccinated as It Can Get. COVID Still Isn't Over There.
Infectious-disease experts say masks are still necessary to control the spread of the virus.
Covid-19COVID Is Killing Rural Americans at Twice the Rate of Urbanites
Since the pandemic began, about 1 in 434 rural Americans have died of COVID, compared with roughly 1 in 513...
Covid-19These Schools Use Weekly Testing to Keep Kids in Class — And COVID Out
Hillside School was among the first in Illinois to start regular testing. Now, almost half of Illinois' 2 million K-12...