(CNN) -- After COVID-19 took the lives of half a million victims in the US, the nation's top infectious disease expert said the mass tragedy was avoidable.
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From coast to coast, states were scrambling Tuesday to catch up on vaccinations a week after winter storms battered a large swath of the U.S. and led to clinic closures, canceled appointments and shipment backlogs nationwide.
DeKalb County health department officials learned Tuesday morning that within the next day or two, they expect to finally receive the shipment of second-dose Moderna vaccines that was delayed last week because of bad weather in other parts of the country.
DeKalb is expecting a shipment of Moderna vaccines soon after delays due to inclement weather
Drugmaker Johnson & Johnson says it will be able to provide 20 million U.S. doses of its single-shot COVID-19 vaccine by the end of March, assuming it gets the greenlight from federal regulators.
Two letters to major medical journals this week provide fuel for the argument that in these times of scarce coronavirus vaccine, people can sk…
Just 10 countries have administered 75% of the world's available Covid-19 vaccine supply, while more than 130 countries haven't even received …
"I'm very proud because I'm proud to know that my people are helping."
Doses of the vaccine could be in even shorter supply in the coming days as severe winter weather throughout the country delays Arizona’s shipments.