Is the pandemic over?

The virus remains a risk, especially for the elderly, the immunocompromised, and people who are not up to date on their vaccinations.


COVID-19

LÉENOS EN ESPAÑOL

¿Ha terminado la pandemia?

Aunque la sociedad ha vuelto a algo parecido a la normalidad, EE.UU. sigue registrando cientos de muertes por COVID-19 cada día.


Latest News

How monkeypox is (and isn’t) transmitted

Less than four months after the first case was reported in the U.K., monkeypox cases have swelled to over 45,000 worldwide. Misinformation continues to circulate about monkeypox, how it spreads, and who is at risk. 

What it’s like to live with long COVID

Long COVID has now affected up to 23 million Americans (the equivalent of the populations of Florida and New Mexico combined). We spoke to five long COVID patients across the United States about their experience with the illness.

How misinformation tricks our brains

When we encounter a piece of information that sparks an emotional reaction or provides comfort in a confusing situation, such as a snippet of hot gossip or a plausible rumor, something in our brain clicks.

How vaccines for kids are tested

For people who are not familiar with how vaccines are tested and made, COVID-19 vaccines may seem experimental or unsafe because of their rapid development. But the technology used in these shots has been in development for decades.

What to know about COVID-19 at-home rapid tests

Rapid tests are key to keeping the virus under control, but they’ve also had a bad rap for being unreliable or hard to find. Here are answers to questions you may have regarding rapid tests, how to use them, and where to find them.