A 60-second, daily summary of the most important data on COVID-19 in the U.S., updated every morning.
Deaths, always a lagging indicator, increased slightly but remained lower than the number of fatalities a year earlier amid far fewer cases.
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While cases over the past week fell for the first time in a month, hospitals remain overwhelmed with record numbers of patients.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 38.7% of fully vaccinated Americans have now gotten either their COVID-19 booster or third vaccine dose.
A new data analysis of over 43,000 COVID patients by Johns Hopkins University researchers shows how the antiviral drug’s effectiveness can shorten hospital stays and alleviate the crush of new cases overwhelming the nation’s health care system.
Some experts say that when it comes to contagiousness, Omicron could be the “most transmissible the virus can get.”
Since the Omicron variant began its high-speed march across the United States, at-home tests have become nearly impossible to find in many towns and cities.
Having been triple-vaccinated, plus granted some immunity from my recent bout of COVID, am I now protected against another infection?
An analysis of Coronavirus Resource Center data summarizes the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the United States.
We are seeing a record number of children hospitalized with COVID-19, but now some help may be on the way.
An Omicron-specific COVID vaccine will be ready by March but some experts warn it could be “too late” due to the variant’s highly transmissible nature.