The U.S. has struggled to get vaccine doses out quickly, but President Biden promises that will change as two competitors join forces to produce a third vaccine. The president says it will be enough for all adult Americans by the end of May.
President Promises Enough Vaccine By June As Merck Boosts Production
As President Biden promises enough vaccine doses for all American adults by the end of May, companies are scrambling to increase vaccine output.
Large study funded by CDC identifies rare COVID-19 vaccine risks
A new study confirmed a slightly increased risk of several conditions following COVID-19 vaccination.
CDC is reportedly considering shortening COVID-19 quarantine time
Health officials are considering a proposal that would allow people to leave isolation after they have been fever-free for 24 hours or more.
1 in 10 pregnant people with COVID develop long COVID within 6 months
Numerous study participants reported having malaise, fatigue and dizziness six months after their initial COVID infection.
Bridgestone researchers want to grow natural US rubber for their tires
The company says it is spending more than $100 million on the effort, with an aim to commercialize natural rubber from guayule by 2030.
Deadly bird flu hits Antarctica for first time, threatening penguins
This highly contagious virus has led to the deaths of millions of birds worldwide due to its rapid spread.
Spooked dog runs a mile to her doggy day care after minor car crash
The 3-year-old pit bull mix named Aries took off from the crash scene, jumping out of the car window and passing through multiple neighborhoods.