Governments around the world have recommended or mandated various behaviors to slow the spread of COVID-19. These include staying at home, wearing face masks and practicing social distancing.
(The Center Square) - The group of medical and public health experts that develops recommendations for vaccine use for the Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) will meet Tuesday.
CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) posted a notice for a meeting scheduled for December 1 without any details, but officials confirmed Friday that COVID-19 vaccination would be on the agenda.
If it sounds like the CDC is trying to be like the Grinch who stole Thanksgiving, it is important to remember the grim statistic of more than a quarter of a million people dead from COVID-19.
Small businesses in one Larimer County community say they don't plan on following the state's upgraded COVID-19 restrictions for their county.
For Thanksgiving dinner, some will take a vacation from eating healthy, and that's just fine. Feasting is part of the holiday.
El Paso County has joined the growing list of counties in the severe risk category for COVID-19 coronavirus transmission in Colorado.
Extremely cold temperature requirements create challenges for distributed the current potential COVID-19 coronavirus vaccines.
There are now two COVID-19 vaccines that, at least according to preliminary reports, appear to be 94.5% and 95% effective. Both were developed in a record-breaking 11 months or so.
It's difficult to put into words how hard COVID-19 is hitting rural America's hospitals. Yet in many communities, the initial cooperation and goodwill seen early in the pandemic have given way to COVID-19 fatigue and anger, making it hard to implement and enforce public health measures, like wearing face masks, that can reduce the disease's spread.
Some believe increases in reported COVID-19 coronavirus cases is a result of increases in testing, as more than 1.5 million tests are performed every day in the U.S. But the evidence is clear that these high numbers reflect a true increase in the number of COVID-19 infections.