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Covid-19 live updates: Biden receives coronavirus booster shot on camera
The president said First lady Jill Biden also plans to get a coronavirus booster shot.
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Virginia aims to close geographic disparities in covid vaccination rates among children
Some jurisdictions have as much as 98.5 percent of eligible children vaccinated, while others are at 17 percent. Officials want that gap to close before younger children become eligible.
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What to know about coronavirus booster shots in the U.S.
The Biden administration is rolling out coronavirus vaccine booster shots for certain groups
María Luisa Paúl
Lena H. Sun
How badly unvaccinated Republicans are misinformed, in one stat
The median unvaccinated Republican believes the vaccines have effectively zero efficacy in preventing hospitalizations. This is not the case with unvaccinated Democrats.
School superintendent asks: ‘Who would want to be a teacher right now?’
You’re going to be asked to prove your vaccination status. Here’s how to do it.
For many families, the countdown has begun to coronavirus vaccines for younger children
Guide to the Pandemic
Mapping the worldwide spread of the coronavirus
Navigating Your Life
The pandemic has been hard on friendships. Here’s how to reconnect.
Linda Evangelista says CoolSculpting ‘disfigured’ her. Here’s what experts say about the procedure.
The completely correct guide to a perfectly cliche fall getaway
(Video: Luis Velarde/Photo: Rachel Wisniewski/The Washington Post)
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.
(Bryan R Smith/Reuters)
An oral history of the coronavirus pandemic
People on the frontlines of the outbreak talk about how covid-19 has disrupted their lives.
By Washington Post Staff
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