The number of Americans getting vaccinated has reached its lowest levels since December 2020, when COVID-19 vaccines were limited across the nation.
After two earlier extensions, this latest move will now provide the reimbursements through July 1.
Around 21 percent of Americans also say that their lives have completely returned to pre-pandemic standards.
A gossip website claimed the U.K. monarch was dead—but backed down after new pictures were released of the 95-year-old holding a video call.
Scott Morrison posted a picture of himself shaking hands with Nauruan President Lionel Aingimea hours before announcing the positive COVID test.
Queen Elizabeth II has been seen for the first time since testing positive for coronavirus, taking part in a video call from Windsor Castle.
The president faces historic lows in polling as he prepares speech to a divided Congress.
By embracing the potential of lifestyle medicine now, we can reduce lifestyle-related chronic disease, protect ourselves from the most severe effects of COVID-19 and be better prepared to withstand pandemics of the future.
The Ohio congressman said a GOP-controlled House will look into "all the lies" from White House's chief medical adviser over the origins of coronavirus.
Mardi Gras returns this week after it's cancelation last year due to COVID-19. Find out about the annual celebration and restrictions on this year's edition.
Marches and protests in residential areas that are not targeting a specific home would not be subject to the rule.
California had previously struggled with soaring rates of COVID infection and hospitalizations among children from the highly contagious Omicron variant.
The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) claimed pharmaceutical companies "lobbied" for the sanctions to hurt Sputnik's marketing on the international level.
Researchers say the small percentage of people who drove more during the pandemic were primarily those who tend to engage in risky driving behaviors.
"We got her ice cream and a balloon and boom she forgot about the whole thing," said the mother of the girl.
"At the end of this week, we will evaluate the numbers and make a final announcement on Friday," said NYC Mayor Eric Adams.
Only 24 percent of people in the U.S. are either "extremely" or "very" worried about contracting COVID-19.
As the Omicron sub-variant (first discovered in late 2021) continues to spread, here's what we know about its characteristics, including vaccine effectiveness.
A pair of recently published studies found that the virus was likely transmitted to people from an animal.
He allegedly screamed "If you are a man, you wouldn't be wearing masks" and later poked an officer.
The CDC has shifted its COVID-19 guidelines to preventing severe disease and preserving hospital capacity, as governors relax COVID-19 restrictions.
"We're in a stronger place today as a nation with more tools to protect ourselves and our community," said Director of the CDC Dr. Rochelle Walensky.
The man was working as a warehouse manager when he allegedly sent about 100 shipments of COVID-19 tests to his home, according to police.
King documented his arrest in a Facebook livestream last week and had hoped to get out on $50,000 bail, which a fellow protester offered to guarantee.
"It was very emotional because I was like, 'Oh, I got to finally see my baby that I was waiting for so long to see,'" Macenzee Keller said.
Community leaders are raising an alarm about "glamping" sites in the Yorkshire Dales National Park in England.
The CDC announced it would classify counties as high, medium or low risk, with 70 percent of Americans falling in medium to low risk areas.
It was the highest demand for cash by Russians since the end of March 2020 at the onset of the COVID pandemic.
Due to COVID concerns, the marathon went virtual in 2020 and was reduced to just over 25,000 runners in 2021.
The White House is working on new strategies to handle COVID going forward, saying vaccines, testing and treatments make it less of a crisis than it has been.