"We're Making Progress" - Says Pres. Joe Biden on Coronavirus; Dr. Fauci Reiterates COVID Vaccine Efficacy

President Joe Biden highlighted the progress of the U.S. against coronavirus during a cabinet meeting, as Dr. Fauci reiterated the efficacy of Vaccines.
COVID-19 Vaccination Site in Vallejo, CA

New COVID Vaccination Site in Vallejo, CA to Serve Black and Hispanic Communities

Studies have noted the discrepancy on COVID-19 vaccines against Black and Hispanic people - receiving less despite the disproportionate cases from these communities. Now, a popular live event producer intends to make a difference - starting with Vallejo, California.
House Committee On Financial Services Hears Testimony From Treasury Sec. Mnuchin And Federal Reserve Chair Powell

Congressman Tests Positive for Coronavirus After Receiving Second Vaccine Dose

Massachusetts Congressman Stephen Lynch announced through his office on Friday that he tested positive for coronavirus despite getting his second vaccine dose, which requires a few weeks to develop immunity.
Two Gorillas Tested Positive for Coronavirus at San Diego Zoo

Two Gorillas Test Positive for Coronavirus at San Diego Zoo

At least two gorillas tested positive for the coronavirus at San Diego Zoo Safari Park, the facility confirmed on Monday.
New COVID-19 Variant Found in Florida as U.S. Cases Top 20 Million

New COVID-19 Variant Found in Florida as U.S. Cases Top 20 Million

Florida became the United State's third state to report the more contagious COVID-19 variant that was first found in the United Kingdom.
Colorado Confirms First Case of Coronavirus New Variant in the U.S.

Colorado Confirms First Case of Coronavirus New Variant in the U.S.

Colorado state officials have confirmed the first known case of the coronavirus new variant in the United States.
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COVID-19: Does Virus Mutation Weaken Vaccine Efficacy?

The coronavirus had a recorded mutation in southeast England but despite the new strain of the virus, experts told people not to panic over possible effects to vaccine efficacy.
LA County Reports First Child Coronavirus Death Tied to MIS-C

LA County Reports First Child Coronavirus Death Tied to MIS-C

A child, who was receiving treatment at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), has died from MIS-C, a multisystem inflammatory illness linked to the coronavirus.
Rudy Giuliani Appears Before Michigan State Legislature's House Oversight Committee

Rudy Giuliani, Trump's Personal Attorney, Tests Positive for Coronavirus

President Donald Trump announced on Sunday afternoon that his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
CDC: COVID-19 Even More Deadly for Hispanics, Black Americans Than Previously Projected

CDC: COVID-19 Even More Deadly for Hispanics, Black Americans Than Previously Projected

A review of official data has shown that the COVID-19 is even more deadly for Hispanic and Black Americans than previously indicated.
Coronavirus May Reach the Brain by Inhaling Though Nose, Study Suggests

Coronavirus May Infect Your Brain by Inhaling Through Nose, Study Suggests

The coronavirus can reach a person's brain after inhalation through the nose and getting stuck in nasal mucus, a new study found.
Mouthwash Can Kill Coronavirus in 30 Seconds, New Study Suggests

Mouthwash Can Kill Coronavirus in 30 Seconds, New Study Suggests

Mouthwash could be a part of people's daily routine to fight the coronavirus after a study suggested it could combat the virus in 30 seconds.
Americans Could Receive COVID-19 Vaccine by Mid-December, 'Warp Speed' Advisor Says

Americans Could Receive COVID-19 Vaccine by Mid-December, 'Warp Speed' Advisor Says

The first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine could be administered by mid-December, an Operation Warp Speed advisor said.
Chuck Grassley, Oldest Republican in Senate, Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Chuck Grassley, Oldest Republican in Senate, Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Senator Chuck Grassley, the oldest Republican currently serving in the U.S. Senate, announced Tuesday afternoon that he has tested positive for the coronavirus.
COVID-19 Immunity Could Last for Decades, New Study Finds

COVID-19 Immunity Could Last for Decades, New Study Finds

A new study found that COVID-19 immunity might last for years, even decades, providing a hopeful answer to one of the questions surrounding the widespread COVID-19 immunization.
US Hits 11 Million COVID-19 Cases as States Enact More Restrictions

US Hits 11 Million COVID-19 Cases as States Enact More Restrictions

More than 11 million COVID-19 cases have now been reported in the United States, and many states across the country have enacted restrictions to slow the spread.
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