Two vaccines in Phase III trials are expected to be reviewed for emergency use in December.
More than a quarter of a million Americans have died from the COVID-19 pandemic, with numbers continuing to rise.
"The infections keep going up, and it feels like there's no end in sight," said Texas nurse Juan Anchondo.
In a Twitter thread, Avalos criticized politicians for not valuing undocumented workers and said changes need to be made for both immigration and healthcare, with Biden's administration incoming.
The index analysed 167 countries on 12 different measures of prosperity, from economy to levels of safety and security, personal freedom, health, education and living conditions.
The health expert leading the federal government's coronavirus medical research efforts expects that millions of doses of a COVID-19 vaccine will be ready to distribute to the most at-risk populations next month.
"These ideologues are once again trying to strip health coverage away from the American people... in the middle of a deadly pandemic," the Democratic president-elect said.
GOP Governor Doug Burgum announced the state has amended an order so infected but asymptomatic health-care workers can continue working due to a major shortage of staffing in hospitals.
Chief Justice John Roberts noted that some Republican lawmakers may have wanted the Supreme Court to strike down the law, "but that's not our job."
After months of campaigning, debating, and laying out their policies, Election Day has finally arrived. Here is where both candidates stand on key policy issues.
From day one, President Trump has fought bureaucracy and special interests to bring higher-quality, lower-cost health care options to every American.
U.S. officials warned of "credible information of an increased and imminent cybercrime threat to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers" on Thursday.
The Girl Scouts said the post congratulating Justice Amy Coney Barrett was "quickly viewed as a political and partisan statement which was not our intent."
The Supreme Court challenge to the ACA supported by the Trump administration and Republican-led states puts our generation's health in jeopardy.
Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court, approved 52 to 48 in a Senate vote.
When asked if she believed Medicare was constitutional, Barrett responded she couldn't answer the question "in the abstract."
It is alarming to watch Republicans in Congress support an attack on Americans' health care during the worst public health crisis in modern history.
"Look around and look hard, because you can be a part of a great national effort to find the president's health-care plan," the newscaster joked. "We know it's out there because he told us."
President Donald Trump has been speaking about his health care plan for years but has yet to unveil it to the American public.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly accused Biden of embracing a single-payer system in which essential health care is covered for all Americans by only one public option.
MRI scans showed tissue abnormalities in the lungs of 60 percent of patients, in the kidneys of 29 percent, in the hearts of 26 percent and in the livers of 10 percent.
"We know that the Republicans would love to talk about literally anything other than their effort to destroy American health care protections," Pete Buttigieg said
Health care and the uncertain future of a federal law that mandates coverage for preexisting conditions and other protections is again being thrust into the forefront of the nation's political debate with fewer than three weeks left in the presidential campaign.
Six of the 10 Democratic senators of the Senate Judiciary Committee's minority members have pushed for Medicare for All over Obamacare.
Any specific cases involving such topics, the Supreme Court nominee said, would need to be considered on an individual basis, and it would be irresponsible for her to have any predetermined dispositions.
The president called the taxpayer-funded care he received at Walter Reed "incredible." Yet he and Republicans are doing all they can to deny Americans the same privilege.
The postponement of vital health care services may contribute to developmental delays, bringing lifelong consequences for these vulnerable children.