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Coronavirus

  1. vaccine mandates
    Vaccine Mandate for New York City Teachers ReinstatedTeachers and school staff have until 5 p.m. Friday to get their first dose of a COVID vaccine, after a federal court denied an appeal.
  2. unreal
    The View’s COVID Chaos ContinuesLast week, two hosts tested positive for COVID mid-show — but it turns out their tests were inaccurate.
  3. explainer
    What to Know About Booster Shots, NowTens of millions more Americans are now eligible for a third dose of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, and states have already begun rolling out the shots.
  4. games
    What Sports Learned From the Pandemic It Thinks Is OverLessons from the last 18 months.
  5. tourism
    Fully Vaccinated Travelers Can Visit U.S. Starting NovemberThe U.S. will soon allow fully vaccinated visitors from more than 30 countries, rolling back tough restrictions that started early last year.
  6. covid-19
    COVID Vaccines for 5-to-11-Year-Olds Likely Coming Within WeeksPfizer reports that its shot is effective in trials, and parents everywhere rejoice.
  7. rock the shot
    Chris Rock Tests Positive for COVID-19“I just found out I have COVID, trust me you don’t want this. Get vaccinated.”
  8. covid-19
    Wendy Williams Tests Positive for COVID-19The show will postpone its new season and air reruns while Williams quarantines.
  9. covid-19
    One in 500 Americans Has Died From COVIDYet the vaccination rate is slowing.
  10. covid-19
    The Debate Over Booster Shots Is Getting HotterShould everyone get an extra shot, or just the most vulnerable? That question is splitting experts and even the Biden administration.
  11. covid-19
    No, COVID Vaccines Don’t Cause Swollen TesticlesOr impotence. Or infertility.
  12. coronavirus
    A Record Number of Kids Are Being Hospitalized for COVIDInfections are spiking and many hospitals are overwhelmed, especially in states with low vaccination rates.
  13. explainer
    Is It Allergies or a Breakthrough Infection?Here’s everything we know about COVID cases among vaccinated people, and what to do if you’re worried you might have one.
  14. delta variant
    Does Anyone Want to Hear About Burned-Out Moms Anymore?There’s more pressure than ever to get back to normal, but we’re still here, and we’re not okay.
  15. sigh
    Another Cruise-Ship Passenger Has Died From COVIDWhen will the cruises return to port?
  16. covid-19
    The FDA Has Fully Approved Pfizer’s COVID VaccineExperts hope this will encourage more people to get vaccinated.
  17. coronavirus
    7-Day Average of COVID Deaths Passes 1,000 for the First Time Since MarchThe surge in deaths over the past six weeks tragically reveals how the Delta variant has changed the realities of the pandemic.
  18. you’ve been duff’d
    Hilary Duff Tests Positive for COVID-19, Calls Delta Variant ‘a Little B-tch’Peace-sign emoji.
  19. delays
    Apple Workers Won’t Need to Return to the Office Until ’22Tim Cook knows which way the wind is blowing.
  20. cancellations
    BTS Officially Cancels Their Map of the Soul World TourCiting “changing circumstances” because of the coronavirus.
  21. here we go again
    Booster Shots for Everyone to Begin on September 20It’s going to be a fall and winter of third shots.
  22. this endless pandemic
    How Mean Should We Be to Each Other?A torrent of anti-vaccine folks are dying from lack of vaccine.
  23. reopening
    How Will the City Actually Enforce the Restaurant Vaccination Mandate?The so-called Key to NYC program begins to roll out this week.
  24. the industry
    Live Nation Will Require Vaccines or COVID Tests for Artists and AudiencesThe new COVID policy goes into effect October 4.
  25. coronavirus
    Immunocompromised People Can Now Get a Third Vaccine DoseThe FDA just authorized COVID booster shots for those with weakened immune systems.
  26. recommended by experts
    The Best Face-Mask Filters, According to Doctors and ScientistsWe found out what to put in that filter pocket.
  27. health
    CDC Urges Pregnant People to Please Get VaccinatedApparently, only 23 percent of pregnant people have received even one shot.
  28. covid-19
    Don’t Panic, But Breakthrough Cases May Be a Bigger Issue Than You’ve Been ToldThe vaccines work very well, but current public-health communications may be understating the frequency of infections among the vaccinated.
  29. covid-19
    What It’s Like to Get an Underground Booster Shot“I didn’t take anything away from anyone.”
  30. explainer
    What We Know About the Dangerous Delta VariantThe more transmissible COVID strain now accounts for an estimated 93 percent of new cases in the U.S.
  31. covid-19
    Too Many People Are Dying Right NowThe trend of U.S. hospitalizations and deaths amid the Delta wave appears to be far worse that what many had expected.
  32. power
    Cori Bush Kept Millions of People From Losing Their HomesThe freshman Congresswoman slept on the Capitol steps for days, pushing the White House to extend the eviction moratorium.
  33. how i get it done
    Emily Oster Thinks of Herself As an Expert on Data in Parenting, Not ParentingHow the economist, writer, and face of school reopening is getting it done during the pandemic.
  34. covid-19
    Disney Announces Vaccine Mandate for All On-Site EmployeesAll salaried and nonunion hourly employees at Disney World and Disneyland have 60 days to complete their vaccinations.
  35. covid-19
    CDC Internal Report: Delta As Contagious As ChickenpoxThe report, based on unpublished data, says that while infections in vaccinated people are rare, they may be just as contagious as the unvaccinated.
  36. explainer
    I’m Vaccinated. Should I Be Worried About the Delta Variant?What we know about breakthrough cases and the most contagious COVID strain yet.
  37. reopening
    Should Unvaccinated People Avoid Restaurants Completely?The available evidence suggests it would be a good idea.
  38. tokyo olympics
    The Olympics’ COVID Problem Is GrowingThe games are opening today, as more and more athletes test positive for the virus and cases in Tokyo rise.
  39. 2020 olympics
    The Ambivalence OlympicsCan you still love the Games with so many reasons to loathe them?
  40. covid-19 vaccine
    What If Republicans Were Anti-Lockdown, Anti-Mask, and Pro-Vaxx?Tommy Tuberville suggests the best way to erode vaccine hesitancy is to give Trump credit for those shots in the arm. That may be sad but true.
  41. health
    The Pandemic Shaved 1.5 Years Off Our Life ExpectancyThe U.S. saw the biggest decline since World War II.
  42. shutdowns
    AHS’s Newest Horror Story Is an On-Set COVID ShutdownAn actor tested positive for the virus, pausing production a month ahead of the premiere.
  43. coronavirus
    The United Kingdom Picked a Bad Time to Declare ‘Freedom’ From COVIDOn “Freedom Day” ending most pandemic restrictions, Boris Johnson was in quarantine, the CDC urged Americans not to visit, and 39,950 tested positive.
  44. politics
    Marjorie Taylor Greene Suspended From Twitter for COVID MisinformationThe conspiracist congresswoman has been blocked from posting for 12 hours after suggesting the virus is “not dangerous” for Americans under 65.
  45. sports!
    Will COVID Kill the Mood in the Olympic Village?Pandemic restrictions come for the sexiest event in sports.
  46. covid-19
    House of the Dragon Pauses Shoot After a Positive COVID-19 CaseHBO’s Game of Thrones prequel will pause until Wednesday.
  47. coronavirus
    COVID Cases Fueled by Delta Rise 70 Percent Over Last WeekCDC director calls it a “pandemic of the unvaccinated.”
  48. coronavirus
    Los Angeles County Will Reinstate Indoor Mask Mandate This Weekend“This is an all-hands-on-deck moment,” said the county health officer.
  49. coronavirus
    New York COVID Death Toll Is 11,000 Fewer Than Federal CountThe discrepancy has reportedly grown this year, even as the Cuomo admin faces three inquiries into allegations of obscuring nursing-home deaths.
  50. cannes 2021
    Léa Seydoux Tests Positive for COVID, May Have to Skip CannesThe French actress has four films premiering at the Festival this year, three in competition.
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