As we face rising COVID infection rates, the possibility of additional quarantines rises. Although stay-at-home orders might protect individuals from the virus, home isn’t safe
In Mexico, where COVID-19 had claimed more than 95,000 lives by mid-November, illness related to the virus has become the leading cause of maternal deaths.
In coming days, the Food and Drug Administration is likely to authorize new COVID-19 vaccines based on applications submitted by two companies. These authorizations have
By Aneri Pattani DECEMBER 1, 2020 Wilma Mayfield used to visit a senior center in Durham, North Carolina, four days a week and attend Lincoln
When the Covid-19 pandemic forced much of the US to lock down in the spring of 2020, officials and experts worried the necessary social distancing measures would
To Missouri state legislators, I’m writing to urge the legislature to provide all schools with designated funding for essential mental health workers. In our state,
Health officials announced the COVID-19 vaccine will first be distributed to healthcare workers, and nursing home patients and employees, signaling the first of a series
Early this year — before COVID-19 began to tear through U.S. prisons — five people were killed in Mississippi state prisons over the course of one week.
As the months roll by, the pandemic continues to hit Indigenous nations hard. But this phenomenon is not new. Epidemics have been part of colonialism
Despite Covid-19, Americans racked up 3.5 million airline trips during four-day Thanksgiving weekend
Travel numbers have declined from 2019, but millions reuniting with family after months of isolation decided it’s worth the risk. The post Despite Covid-19, Americans