Covid-19Snag a Vaccine Appointment, Then Face the Next Hurdle: How to Get There?
Some people have found it hard to get to a vaccine appointment a few miles away.
Covid-19The Shock and Reality of Catching COVID After Being Vaccinated
As more Americans every day are inoculated, a tiny but growing number are contending with the disturbing experience of getting...
Covid-19Ask KHN-PolitiFact: I've Recovered From COVID. Why Do I Still Have to Mask Up?
Important questions remain unanswered about the level of post-infection immunity that make it advisable to continue wearing a mask.
Covid-19Mysterious Ailment, Mysterious Relief: Vaccines Help Some COVID Long Haulers
As the U.S. pushes to get people vaccinated, a curious benefit is emerging for those with this post-illness syndrome: Their...
Covid-19A Tiny Number of People Will Be Hospitalized Despite Being Vaccinated. We Have to Learn Why.
Experts say we should investigate "breakthrough infections" to look out for variants and understand who's vulnerable. In many cases, that's...
StrategyOne Year Later: Atlantic Health System CEO Shares COVID Learnings, Innovations
Atlantic Health System CEO Brian Gragnolati shares how the New Jersey-based health system took its learnings from the pandemic and...
Covid-19The Gender Vaccine Gap: More Women Than Men Are Getting COVID Shots
Public health experts cited many reasons for the difference, including that women make up three-quarters of the workforce in healthcare...
Covid-19California Counties a Hodgepodge of Highs and Lows in Vaccinating Vulnerable Seniors
California's overall progress masks huge variations in senior vaccination rates among the state's 58 counties, which largely are running their...
Covid-19Colleges and Universities Plan for Normal-ish Campus Life in the Fall
Almost every official who spoke with KHN said universities will open their classrooms and their dorms this fall.
Covid-19Montana Sticks to Its Patchwork COVID Vaccine Rollout as Eligibility Expands
Montana's rate of COVID vaccines given is in the top tier in the nation.
Covid-19Vermont Is 1st State to Give Minority Residents Vaccine Priority
It will be a short-term advantage, since Vermont opens COVID inoculations to all adults April 19.
Covid-19Beating the Pavement to Vaccinate the Underrepresented — And Protect Everyone
The rollout of vaccinations in California, as in many states, has been slow and chaotic. More than 5 million of...