Pandemic shortages forced the state to run more lab tests—with results taking days rather than minutes—which former State Health Commissioner Dr. Kris Box said delayed quarantines and medication referrals.
Developments in artificial intelligence during the pandemic greatly improved the COVID-19 screening, diagnostics and prediction process, according to a 2021 study by the National Institutes of Health.
Starting Sept. 25, people can request four free tests per household through covidtests.gov. Officials say the tests are able to detect the latest variants and are intended to be used through the end of the year.
The IRS has received 3.6 million claims for the credit over the course of the program. It said hundreds of criminal cases have been started and thousands of claims have been referred for audit.
If the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention signs off Tuesday, injections could be available in pharmacies, clinics and doctor’s offices by the end of the week.
The Indiana senator pointed to a “rising trend” in mandates being brought back at certain schools around the country.
More than 60 of the defendants have alleged connections to organized crime, the department said, including members of a criminal gang accused of using stolen pandemic aid to pay for a murder.
People who endured even mild cases of COVID-19 are at heightened risk two years later for lung problems, fatigue, diabetes and certain other health problems typical of long COVID, according to a new study that casts fresh light on the virus’s true toll.
With an updated vaccine still months away, this summer bump in new hospitalizations might be concerning, but the number of patients is far lower than those seen in past surges.
Scientists don’t yet know what causes long COVID, the catch-all term for about 200 widely varying symptoms.
Netfor’s CEO said an ill-timed investment in office space created financial problems for the company, but that he expects “no impact” to employees and clients as Netfor works to restructure its finances.
On Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration’s scientific advisers said the next round of shots in the U.S. should only include protection against the newest variants that are now dominant worldwide—a branch of the omicron family tree named XBB.
COVID-19 vaccines are on track for a big recipe change this fall. Regulators will be making their best guess which strain to include, just like they do every year in setting the recipe for the fall flu vaccine.
An Associated Press analysis found that fraudsters potentially stole more than $280 billion in COVID-19 relief funding, while another $123 billion was wasted or misspent.
The $1.1 billion program, funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, would allow officials to purchase coronavirus vaccine doses for uninsured Americans after the current federal supply is exhausted.
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans rejected arguments that Biden, as the nation’s chief executive, has the same authority as the CEO of a private corporation to require that employees be vaccinated.
The COVID-19 Origin Act of 2023 was authored by U.S. Senators Mike Braun of Indiana and Josh Hawley of Missouri, both Republicans.
The medication has been used by millions of Americans since the FDA granted it emergency use authorization in late 2021.
Democrats and Republicans mostly agreed Wednesday that scientists and the intelligence community should fully investigate the origins of COVID-19 without political interference over whether the virus emerged from nature or through a lab leak.
Continuing a trend in Indiana courts, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has once again ruled that COVID-related business closures do not qualify as “physical losses” eligible for insurance coverage.
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