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Virus ebbing in most of U.S., fueling hope

The wave of U.S. coronavirus infections that began in March is subsiding in most of the country, with 42 states and Washington, D.C., reporting lower caseloads for the past two weeks. And the number ... Read More

Air travelers take off in U.S.; TSA’s count is its highest in 13 months

Air travel in the U.S. has hit its highest mark since covid-19 took hold more than 13 months ago, while European Union officials are proposing to ease restrictions on visitors to the continent as the ... Read More

Covid-19: World’s Virus Death Toll Nears 3 Million

The White House calls for $2 billion to track virus variants to help forestall another devastating surge of coronavirus cases in the United States. New York’s restaurants and attractions are reopening ... Read More

Natural population growth was slowing. The pandemic pressed the brakes.

That projection was released in 2017, and so it doesn’t account for the disproportionate toll the coronavirus pandemic took on the country’s older population, but the core implication of the ... Read More

U.S. coronavirus cases drop as spring wave of infections ebbs

In 42 states and D.C., lower caseloads have been reported the past two weeks, and nationally, cases are at their lowest since October. Read More

Tucker Carlson’s worst vaccine segment yet

Carlson suggested an inordinate number of people died after getting the vaccine. There is no evidence for this, and his effort to imply otherwise relies upon characteristically dubious arguments. Read More

A record 4 million people in U.S. received a vaccine on Saturday

More than four million people ... s senior adviser for covid-19 response, speaking at a news briefing. Sign up for our coronavirus newsletter | Mapping the spread of the coronavirus: Across the U ... Read More

The Health 202: The U.S. may be nearing a vaccine tipping point

For more than four months, demand for the coronavirus ... About 3 million people are getting shots every day, down from a high of about 3.3 million last week. That rate is still sufficient for ... Read More

Restrictions easing in US and Europe amid disaster in India

Air travel in the U.S. hit its highest mark since the pandemic started as the vaccine rollout sends new cases and deaths tumbling in more affluent countries. Meanwhile, the disaster in India is ... Read More

The US may have more vaccines than people who want them by mid-May. Here's why that's a big problem.

The US will likely soon come up against a significant obstacle in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic — more doses of the vaccines than people who are willing to receive them, according to data ... Read More

Trump Spawned a New Group of Mega-Donors Who Now Hold Sway Over the GOP’s Future

These powerful donors, who each contributed more than $1 million, shied away from party politics before Trump. What brought them off the sidelines? Read More

On the ground and afar, diaspora boosts India's virus fight

India’s large diaspora is tapping its wealth, growing political clout and expertise to help India combat a catastrophic coronavirus surge that has led to desperate pleas for oxygen and left people to ... Read More

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