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Nobel in medicine goes to 2 scientists whose work enabled creation of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19
Here's how to order free COVID test kits
Each U.S. household can order up to four free tests.
Free COVID test kits are about to be available again. Here's how to get them.
The Biden administration is aiming to prevent possible shortages during a rise in coronavirus cases that has typically come during colder months.
Here are the number of COVID-19 cases across the Mid-South
This is a look at where Shelby County, as well as Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas, currently stand for COVID-19 cases.
Americans can now get an updated COVID-19 vaccine
CDC advisers endorsed the new shots for everyone 6 months and older and the agency's director quickly signed off Tuesday on the panel's recommendation.
US approves updated COVID vaccines to rev up protection this fall
Like earlier versions, the vaccines are expected to be most protective against severe illness, hospitalization and death, rather than mild infection.
The CDC did not say a new COVID strain is not more contagious among vaccinated than unvaccinated people
Social media posts claim that the CDC said a new COVID subvariant is more contagious in vaccinated people than in unvaccinated people. That’s false.
VERIFY: Are at-home COVID antigen tests able to detect the latest variants?
One thing users need to make sure of: that their at-home test kit isn't expired.
Here's why COVID may have hit some harder than others, or not at all for some
Researchers wanted to explore the reason why so many people tested positive for the virus without realizing they had it. They found an answer in genetics.
US releases COVID-19 origin report, but agencies still disagree on how pandemic began
The different agencies of the U.S. government can't come to an agreement on how the pandemic began.
Math scores plunge for 13-year-olds as pandemic setbacks persist
More than two years after most students returned to in-person class, there are still “worrisome signs about student achievement,” one federal official said.
Next round of COVID-19 shots in fall will target latest omicron strain
The three U.S. companies that make COVID-19 shots said this week they had geared up to make the formula change to make millions of doses available this fall.
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