As an increasingly vaccinated world emerges from lockdowns, lots of people are talking about whether the fight against the pandemic was too strong or too weak.
- Cases: 103
- Hospitalizations: 6
- Deaths: 4**
*These are cumulative totals as of 06/15/2021 4pm **Deaths in people with a recent positive COVID Test
The state of New Mexico is not liable for damages in lost revenue to businesses because of the state's stringent shutdown, the New Mexico Supreme Court has ruled.
The attorney for 117 employees of Houston Methodist suing the hospital over its vaccine mandate vowed to take the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court after a federal judge dismissed their lawsuit.
A bill currently in the Oklahoma Legislature would prohibit the state's schools from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for students.
If you're among the 25% of Americans averse to needles, you're probably not surprised by the COVID-19 immunization stall. Even for those who want immunity, bribes with beer or lottery tickets may not be enough to override anxiety.
- Cases 103
- Hospitalizations 6
- Deaths 4**
*These are cumulative totals as of 06/08/2021 4pm **Deaths in people with a recent positive COVID test.
With COVID-19, thinking like a pathogen leads to an inevitable conclusion: Getting the vaccine out to everyone in the world as quickly as possible is not just an ethical imperative, but also a selfish one.
Imagine last night you developed a little runny nose and a sore throat. When you woke up this morning you started coughing and had a fever. In the past year, your mind would have immediately jumped to COVID-19. But if you are already fully vaccinated, you might wonder: Should I still get tested for COVID-19?