'There are few treatments that exist for many of the viruses that have pandemic potential'
'There was probably very rare and sporadic cases here earlier than we were aware of. But it was not widespread and didn't become widespread until late February,'
The Novavax vaccine, which is easy to store and transport, is expected to play an important role in boosting vaccine supplies in the developing world
On the way to the latest round-number milestone, the virus has proved adept at exploiting inequalities in the U.S.
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The CDC hasn't determined if there's really a link to the shots, and continues to urge that everyone 12 and older get vaccinated against COVID-19, which is far riskier than the vaccine
Education and health officials around the country have taken different approaches to testing students and staff members
'Anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in indoor and outdoor activities – large or small — without wearing a mask or physically distancing'
It marked the first, tentative steps toward what both countries hope will become a gradual reopening to the rest of the world
Federally run mass vaccination sites will pause the use of the J&J shot, and states and other providers are expected to follow
'It is becoming more and more difficult to affirm that there isn't a cause-and-effect relationship between AstraZeneca vaccines and the very rare cases of blood clots associated with a low level of platelets'
Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the government will test out a contentious "vaccine passport" system as a tool to help travel and large events return safely.
The drugmaker said it had analyzed more data from that study and concluded the vaccine is 76 percent effective in preventing symptomatic COVID-19
The back-and-forth over the latest release is not the first time the company has run into problems