By Mihir Zaveri Officials in New York are trying to boost a flagging vaccination campaign by setting up temporary walk-in vaccination sites at eight subway…View More New York will offer vaccines to people at some subway stations later this week.
Elmo, Cookie Monster, Oscar the Grouch and Big Bird are doing their part to spread the word about Covid-19 vaccines. In a new public service…View More ‘Sesame Street’ looks to sunny days with vaccine ad campaign.
The calls come at all hours, sometimes 15 a day, from some of India’s most oppressed and severely ill people, buzzing a cellphone that belongs…View More A health worker in Boston tries to help India’s Covid patients over the phone.
transcript Vaccinated Teenage Campers Can Remove Masks Outdoors, C.D.C. Director Says The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said vaccinated adolescents would…View More Vaccinated 12- to 15-year-olds at U.S. camps will be able to remove masks outdoors, the C.D.C. director says.
By Matthew Haag New York State lawmakers on Monday passed legislation that would extend a statewide moratorium on residential and commercial evictions through Aug. 31.…View More New York extends its eviction moratorium through August.
By Dan Levin With the U.S. summer tourist season looming and vaccinations gathering steam, summer camps, amusement parks, beachside hotels and restaurants — anticipating an…View More Pandemic restrictions on foreign seasonal workers could crimp the U.S. summer.
By Linda Qiu Restaurants in New York City can broaden indoor dining to 75 percent capacity beginning on May 7, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said…View More Indoor dining in New York City will expand to 75 percent capacity next week, the governor says.
New York will end next month a longstanding curfew that forced bars and restaurants to close early in a bid to fight the spread of…View More New York will end its curfew on bars and restaurants next month.
By Christopher F. Schuetze The German domestic intelligence agency is keeping close tabs on a group of coronavirus deniers, who, in their protests against restrictions…View More Germany looks into Covid deniers’ links with the far right.
By Sameer Yasir When 54-year-old Niranjan Saha started complaining of breathlessness at home last week in New Delhi, his wife, Usha Devi, immediately suspected the…View More Their father was dying, so two brothers in India went on a desperate hunt for oxygen.
By Steve Eder For weeks, Illinois has been beset by a stubbornly high daily load of reported coronavirus cases, leading to climbing hospitalizations and deaths.…View More As Illinois battles coronavirus hot spots, the state’s reports of new cases start to recede.
By Sharon LaFraniere Federal health officials are investigating “a handful” of new, unconfirmed reports that have emerged after Johnson & Johnson injections were paused nationwide,…View More U.S. health officials are examining ‘a handful’ of new, unconfirmed reports after J.& J. vaccine pause, the CDC director says.
By Noah Weiland and Carl Zimmer The White House on Friday announced an almost $2 billion plan for expanding and improving the nation’s ability to…View More The White House details a nearly $2 billion plan to enhance the tracking of variants.
By Mike Baker The state of Pennsylvania and the city of Los Angeles are accelerating plans for wider Covid-19 vaccine eligibility this week, as the…View More The U.S. is nearing universal Covid-19 vaccine eligibility for adults.