Health – The Washington Post

“We’re in a bad place,” Rhode Island’s governor says. Denver’s mayor is dismayed by the lack of a national strategy.

As evidence mounted regarding President Trump’s rallies and the White House outbreak, his administration did not seek to trace responsibility.

The resistance has grown larger thanks to presidential candidates with starkly different views about masks, as well as the pandemic.

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Medicare moved Tuesday to terminate the Andbe Home from its program after at least 10 deaths, cutting it off from federal dollars and imposing thousands of dollars in fines.

41 states and Puerto Rico now have more hospitalizations than at the end of September.

We are tracking 200 experimental vaccines aimed at ending the pandemic, a scientific quest moving at record-breaking speed.

Months after it raced in successive waves along the nation’s coasts and through the Sun Belt, the virus is reaching deep into its final frontier — the most sparsely populated states and counties.

The nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs could cause rare but serious kidney problems for the fetus, according to the agency.

Smaller, shorter gatherings are safer, but also consider waiting until next year

Americans face agonizing decisions on gatherings as experts warn of risks from indoor events.

Companies racing to bring the tests to the wider U.S. market must make them more accurate and easier to use before they can meet federal guidelines that would allow sales directly to consumers.

Investigators found the unexplained illnesses in both trials appeared unconnected to the vaccines.

Her unusual diagnosis was followed by a long and rocky quest for effective treatment.

  • Perspective

It’s a poorly understood chronic illness and those affected need to hone their navigational skills. The medical profession needs to listen, too.

U.N. agency’s new report gives a stark picture of the highly contagious disease, which globally is the leading infectious killer.

Hospitalizations are rising so quickly many facilities in the Midwest have already become overwhelmed. And the number of deaths nationally has crested above 1,000 in recent days.

The request from HHS is the latest example of efforts to use government scientists to advance the president’s political objectives. CDC career scientists are pushing back.

The panel did not consider any specific vaccine, and the session served in large part as a venue for the agency to try to reassure the general public that any vaccine will be held to a high standard.

The company says it could have sufficient data to seek a regulatory OK in November.

Some officials say there is plenty of time to seek reimbursements, but experts say they should act quickly.

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