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Covid-19 live updates: Virus killed 65,000 more men than women in U.S. through August, study finds
The gender gap was most pronounced among middle-aged adults, the Brookings Institution found.
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Supreme Court declines to immediately block vaccine mandate for Maine health-care workers
The justices have denied similar requests originating in Indiana and New York City.
Ann E. Marimow
Cold-weather states showing highest rate of new cases
Alaska is leading the low-temperature states with an increase in new infections, followed by Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and North Dakota.
A simple guide for following vaccine news — and avoiding misinformation
Four ideas for a more productive conversation about vaccines.
Colin Powell’s death epitomizes the willful carelessness of vaccine skeptics like Tucker Carlson
Vaccination requirements may keep Novak Djokovic from Australian Open
Conservative radio host said he constantly hugged strangers to catch covid: ‘What I hoped for the entire time’
Guide to the Pandemic
Mapping the worldwide spread of the coronavirus
Navigating Your Life
Peak Caribbean cruise season is coming. Here’s what to know before getting on board.
Lessons for my children about fears, real and imagined
What is an ‘emotional push-up’? Exploring the concept of mental health gyms.
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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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An oral history of the coronavirus pandemic
People on the frontlines of the outbreak talk about how covid-19 has disrupted their lives.
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Sharks’ Evander Kane suspended 21 games by NHL for reported use of fake vaccine card
FDA to allow ‘mix-and-match’ approach on coronavirus booster vaccines
Coronavirus rates decline in the DMV, but flu season poses new threat
Colin Powell had been treated for a cancer that severely impairs the immune system, lowering coronavirus vaccine effectiveness
The coronavirus is still mutating. But will that matter? ‘We need to keep the respect for this virus.’
Travelers are confessing to using fake vaccine cards to their travel advisers
Republicans hail Delta’s vaccination policy — even as it goes further than Biden’s
Fauci urges police officers to get vaccinated as union protests heat up