The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on Tuesday released its latest monthly report, citing a record 4.5 million workers who quit or changed jobs in November 2021—and the health care industry was among the top three industries hit by the latest wave of the "Great Resignation."
The newly approved Covid-19 antiviral treatments from Pfizer and Merck have been hailed 'game changers.' But what will it take to actually live up to such high praise? Advisory Board's Pam Divack details the nine most important considerations.
The Supreme Court on Friday is scheduled to hear oral arguments on the Biden administration's federal vaccine mandates for large U.S. employers and health care workers. As the legal challenges to these mandates unfold, here's where CMS' mandate for health care workers currently stands.
In three opinion pieces published in JAMA, six health experts who served on President Biden's transition team—including Ezekiel Emanuel, Michael Osterholm, and David Michaels—criticized aspects of the government's Covid-19 response to date and offered recommendations for a "new normal" of living with the coronavirus.
CDC on Wednesday said it was not changing its original definition of "fully vaccinated." Instead, the agency recommends individuals be "up to date" with their Covid-19 vaccines by receiving a booster dose when eligible.
A newly detected coronavirus variant, called IHU, was found in a small number of patients in France. And while some are concerned by IHU's number of mutations, experts say "it is too early to speculate" about its potential threat.
Novavax submits final data to FDA for emergency use authorization of its Covid-19 vaccine, the United States orders another 10 million doses of Pfizer's Covid-19 antiviral pill, and more in this week's roundup of Covid-19 news.