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Here’s what to know
- Tighter rules for entry into the United States for international travelers went into effect Monday. All incoming travelers will need to show proof of a negative coronavirus test taken within a day of their departure, regardless of vaccination status.
- Americans’ blood pressure rose during the pandemic — especially among women, according to new research that underscores the ways the coronavirus has exacted an uneven toll.
- Key updates from around the world: Thailand, Nepal and Russia detected their first cases of omicron, officials said Monday.
Coronavirus: What you need to know
End of the public health emergency: The Biden administration ended the public health emergency for the coronavirus pandemic on May 11, just days after WHO said it would no longer classify the coronavirus pandemic as a public health emergency. Here’s what the end of the covid public health emergency means for you.
Tracking covid cases, deaths: Covid-19 was the fourth leading cause of death in the United States last year with covid deaths dropping 47 percent between 2021 and 2022. See the latest covid numbers in the U.S. and across the world.
The latest on coronavirus boosters: The FDA cleared the way for people who are at least 65 or immune-compromised to receive a second updated booster shot for the coronavirus. Here’s who should get the second covid booster and when.
New covid variant: A new coronavirus subvariant, XBB. 1.16, has been designated as a “variant under monitoring” by the World Health Organization. The latest omicron offshoot is particularly prevalent in India. Here’s what you need to know about Arcturus.
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