At Rhodes College, the fee is meant to cover the cost of weekly testing that unvaccinated students will have to undergo.
"The multiple health care fraud schemes charged today describe theft from American taxpayers through the exploitation of the national emergency," Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said.
A man accused of pulling a weapon on men and women in line to get a COVID-19 test, and specifically targeting an older man, has been detained by law enforcement in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada.
The CDC has warned that "even fully vaccinated travelers are at increased risk for getting and possibly spreading new COVID-19 variants."
Missing required weekly COVID tests could result in disciplinary action—ultimately including suspension—against students of Baylor University.
The company promised testing kits that could detect COVID-19 from a blood sample. According to court documents, the test never existed.
The self-administered at-home test provides results in 30 minutes—but getting one won't be as easy as picking one up at the store.
One user shared an image of cars waiting for coronavirus tests about 25 minutes away from SpaceX HQ and called Musk out for getting four tests in a day.
The billionaire Tesla boss said on Twitter that two tests taken on the same day came back positive, and two came back negative.
Hawaiian Airlines began offering COVID-19 testing kits as a frequent flier reward for would-be travelers on Thursday as cases of the virus continued to spike throughout the country.
"We're in a bad place now," Dr. Anthony Fauci said about the U.S. and COVID-19 on Monday. "We've got to turn this around."
"My symptoms are mild (light cough) and I'm feeling fine," Kellyanne Conway tweeted on Friday as she announced she had tested positive for COVID-19.
According to a statement from the White House, "the President will be working from the presidential offices at Walter Reed for the next few days."
"There was an honor system when it came to the people that came into the hall from the two campaigns," Chris Wallace said Friday.
Between late January and late March total cases in the country jumped from six to more than 86,000.
Court documents allege that a network of labs in England is accused of unfairly selecting a coronavirus-testing software which, when put through a trial run, produced a significant number of errors and false negatives.
With many people in England unable to book COVID-19 tests, private clinics offering them have seen a "spike" in demand, with tests costing patients as much as £350 ($450) and earning private doctors, in some cases, millions in revenue.
A summary of contact tracing for Miami-Dade county shows that out of the 43,202 cases assigned to the call center, 9,426 people refused an interview.
"To drop this much unusable and stale data is irresponsible," Governor Ron DeSantis said. DeSantis has ordered the state's department of health to stop using Quest Diagnostics to process COVID-19 tests.
"This surge testing will help us flatten the curve once more," Hawaii Governor David Ige said. "We're all working together for the health and safety of our whole community.
State has suspended testing as thousands of people evacuate their homes.
Representative Michael Burgess called coronavirus testing "one of the arrows in the quiver" in the fight against COVID-19.
The testing method has been released nearly two weeks after the FDA found another contaminant in hand sanitizer products.
Health and public policy faculty members wrote a column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper criticizing the college's handling of COVID-19.
Testing in the state has fallen significantly, but thousands of new cases are detected daily.
Recent data suggests fewer people tested positive for COVID-19, on average, each day last week than they did in late July.
The van has made rounds on Vashon Maury Island in the southern Puget Sound in Washington state.
Director of the Harvard Global Health Institute Ashish Jha told Newsweek that in a handful of states is the "scary" situation where cases are rising while tests are falling.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said the problems with reporting positive coronavirus cases had "probably been with us since months ago."
President Donald Trump insisted on Monday that "lockdowns do not prevent infection in the future."