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As more people become eligible to get vaccinated in the region, supply of vaccine remains an issue

Canceled appointments, long waits and uncertainty about future vaccine shipments dominate.

A tennis player has turned his Australian Open quarantine into a party of one

Pablo Cuevas, the world's 70th-ranked player, is winning fans on Instagram and keeping himself as sharp as possible rather than gripe, as some other players have.

100 million doses in 100 days: How Biden’s coronavirus vaccine push compares with those of other countries

The United States is near the top of the pack, behind some of the fastest countries to vaccinate, including Israel and Britain, but ahead of most of the rest of the world.

You’re spending more money online than you think. Here are 4 ways to save.

From hidden subscriptions to Amazon Prime, it’s time to clean up all your online spending.

How the pandemic lifted the lid on the ‘Darwinian world’ of Japan’s sumo

In the tradition-bound sport, wrestlers facing coronavirus fears have two options: compete or leave forever.

Smart people say better civics classes will cure our political ills. Really?

How we vote will be more affected by slow changes in who we voters are than by better civics lessons in school.

With six months to go, the Tokyo Olympics are swimming against a tide of doubt

Organizers acknowledge risks but insist meticulous preparations are being made to ensure the Games can be staged safely.

Criticized by science community and Trump, Deborah Birx said she ‘always’ considered quitting

“I mean, why would you want to put yourself through that every day?” Birx said in a clip of her conversation with Margaret Brennan on CBS News’ “Face The Nation."
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Biden wants to squeeze an extra shot of vaccine out of every Pfizer vial. It won’t be easy.

The Department of Health and Human Services is scrambling for supply of special syringes. It said it advised the FDA that the move authorizing six doses of the Pfizer vaccine per vial posed hurdles.

Biden sticks to vaccine goals nearly met by his predecessor

The accelerating pace of inoculations suggests that he inherited a program poised to meet his target of 100 million doses in 100 days.

CDC says 2nd coronavirus vaccine shot may be scheduled up to 6 weeks later

The updated guidance comes as the United States and other countries seek to ramp up vaccination efforts as health officials warn of broader circulation of more transmissible variants of the coronavirus.

A covid-fighting tool is buried in your phone. Turn it on.

Millions of Americans now have access to free, anonymous coronavirus exposure notifications. Too bad so few people use them.

Denmark is sequencing all coronavirus samples and has an alarming view of the U.K. variant

Cases are exploding exponentially and lockdowns may not be enough.
  • Post Reports

400,000 people are dead. Can Biden change course?

How President Biden plans to combat the pandemic in his first 100 days. Where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention went wrong with testing, and what it cost us. And what the U.K. coronavirus variant means for you.

Tracking the coronavirus vaccine, state by state

How many doses of the vaccine will be available in your state?

Boris Johnson says British coronavirus variant may be more deadly

The variant, already spreading around the world, was previously reported to be only more contagious.
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People who previously had covid-19 should go to the back of the vaccine line

It's time to take natural immunity seriously.
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FAQ: How do Biden’s new mask orders work?

One of President Biden’s first actions in office was to issue new orders requiring masks on planes, at airports and on all federal property. Here’s what we know about how these orders will work.

The argument against vaccine passports is growing

Government and tourism officials speak out against mandatory vaccinations for international travel — though for different reasons.

Firefighter who nearly died of covid begs front-line workers: ‘Please, get the shots’

Prince George’s firefighter Steve Collins has spent months rehabilitating after contracting coronavirus.
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A day in a hospital as it receives its first coronavirus vaccines
Dec. 16 was a day of relief at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia. Health-care workers lined up and some even teared up when they received a vaccine.
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