The number of meals served during the labor dispute was only four percent of what the district's school meal program typically distributes.
When tests mislead us because there's just not enough known with certainty, we're all in the dark, thrown back on little more than our own sense of risk, which is larger in some than in others and not a reliable scientific instrument of assessment.
The Arizona Medical Association asked the population, which is only 55.7 percent fully vaccinated against COVID, to get the vaccine and follow CDC guidelines.
The indictment states Mosby made two different withdrawals, one of $40,000 and the other for $50,000 claiming financial hardship due to the pandemic.
The White House says the state programs discourage school districts from requiring face coverings despite CDC recommendations encouraging face masks.
500 million at-home COVID-19 rapid tests will be available to order starting on January 19, the White House said on Friday.
Former Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić told Newsweek the tennis champion was made "a scapegoat."
John Delarue said he's the "sole survivor" of his immediate family after losing his parents and sister to COVID-19 within a few weeks.
"To say a hospital has zero available ICU beds without knowing the flexibility of bed capacity can [cause] unnecessary fear," Stephen Love told Newsweek.
The Canadian academic said Spotify "and censors everywhere" should leave Rogan alone, after he was described as a "menace to public health."
The video sparked a fierce debate over the best—and worst—ways to co-parent during the pandemic.
Some employees could have grounds for a wrongful termination lawsuit.
Chinese citizens might not be able to return home if they've traveled to regions that were determined as "high risk" from an outbreak of COVID-19 infections.
Chicago's school nurses are eager to mitigate virus spread with new COVID resources, but many wonder who but them will conduct ramped-up testing and tracing.
Ferris State University said that Barry Mehler, a professor of humanities, had been placed on leave while they conduct an investigation.
The White House doubled its order of at-home tests and will send federal medical personnel to some of the hardest-hit states. The live updates for this blog have ended.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office has apologized to Queen Elizabeth II over parties held No.10 during lockdown.
Some public health experts have predicted that COVID will become an endemic disease over time.
The MSNBC host accused the conservative judges of caring more about right-wing politics than "saving lives" after voting to block the mandate.
"That video is cringey, but it's what happens when you stumble in a long form podcast," Rogan tweeted about his discussion with the Australian broadcaster.
Workers in certain sectors are still required to receive coronavirus vaccinations, amid a rise in rates of the Omicron variant.
This has been a good week for transparency—and a bad week for Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Center for COVID Control says it will use the pause for staff training, a refocus on customer service and to ensure compliance with regulatory guidelines.
The University of Exeter study, which could not verify if the people were infectious, comes as the CDC has cut its minimum isolation time to five days.
Biden overpromising and underdelivering on COVID-19 could come back to hurt Democrats in the midterms.
Tennis World Number 1 Djokovic has had his visa removed (again) only days before the start of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
Novak Djokovic's Australian visa has been canceled for the second time over his vaccination status despite a court ruling that his exemption is valid. Live updates have now ended.
The Serbian tennis player, who isn't vaccinated against COVID, has been embroiled in controversy ahead of the Australian Open.
Oz's anti-Fauci campaign ad was released only days after the NIAID director accused Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) of using his name for "political gain."