By Tara Haelle Ms. Haelle is a science journalist who covers vaccine hesitancy and the anti-vaccine movement. She is the author of “Vaccination Investigation: The…View More Opinion | This Is the Moment the Anti-Vaccine Movement Has Been Waiting For
Phil Valentine, a prominent conservative radio host in Tennessee who refused to get vaccinated, then urged his followers to get a shot after being hospitalized…View More A radio host who scoffed at Covid, then urged his followers to get vaccinated, dies.
Joe Caramagna, a man who searches “doughnuts near me” when he travels, had never lived a short walk from a doughnut shop. This was a…View More A Dollar Per Doughnut Per Day: One Man’s Vaccination Quest
New York City police officials, confronting a lagging vaccination rate among officers even as coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths rise in the city, warned officers…View More N.Y.P.D. to Unvaccinated Officers: Wear Masks or Face Discipline
The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday authorized third doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s and Moderna’s coronavirus vaccines for some people with weakened immune systems, giving physicians…View More The F.D.A. authorized a third dose of Covid vaccines for immunocompromised people.
The prime minister has finally acknowledged that Australia will eventually have to learn to live with Covid. By Damien Cave The Australia Letter is a…View More Australia’s Path Out of the Pandemic: Will it Make You Scream With Anger or Joy?
A new poll has found that Americans are sharply divided by household over vaccination status, with 77 percent of vaccinated adults saying everyone in their…View More A poll reveals another U.S. vaccine divide, this one by household.
By Michael V. Callahan and Mark C. Poznansky Dr. Callahan and Dr. Poznansky are infectious disease experts at Massachusetts General Hospital. They previously worked on…View More Opinion | The Vaccines We Have Are Good. But They Could Be So Much Better.
By Mike DeWine Mr. DeWine is the governor of Ohio. He recently created a lottery for vaccinated Ohioans. At the pandemic’s start, all governors faced…View More Opinion | Don’t Roll Your Eyes at Ohio’s Vaccine Lottery
LONDON — A new and potentially more contagious variant of the coronavirus has begun to outpace other versions of the virus in Britain, putting pressure…View More New Variant Posing Threat, as Global Vaccine Drive Falters
An inoculation push, plagued with limited supplies and red tape, makes doses available to those who can pay for them. In a country with a…View More Pakistan’s Private Vaccine Sales Highlight Rich-Poor Divide
From the East Coast to the West, health officials are taking the Covid-19 vaccines on the road. Across the country, nurses, technicians, emergency medical workers…View More They Haven’t Gone for a Shot. So Shots Are Coming to Them.
Some governors and mayors quickly rolled back their mask mandates, while others said local restrictions would stay in place for now. By Edgar Sandoval, Kate Taylor…View More Federal Mask Retreat Sets Off Confusing Scramble for States and Cities
More from our inbox: To the Editor: Re “Our Herd Immunity Failure,” by David Brooks (column, May 7): I am one of the people who…View More Opinion | Why I Am Not Vaccinated