Most Americans believe it's time "accept that Covid is here to stay and … get on with our lives," according to a new poll from Monmouth University. But that sentiment is divided sharply along party lines—and even top public health figures, such as Anthony Fauci and Scott Gottlieb, are split on how rapidly the U.S. might return to normal.
The results are in from the first-ever "human challenge" trial for Covid-19, in which U.K. researchers deliberately infected volunteers with the coronavirus—and the results include surprising findings about the virus's incubation period. But critics argue the study's results don't justify its risks.
Covid-19 death rates in the United States are "eye-wateringly" high compared with other wealthy nations—a problem that several health experts say underscores the shortfalls of the country's pandemic response.
In a new report, World Health Organization researchers estimated the Covid-19 response generated more than 100,000 metric tons of medical waste from PPE, syringes, and more–including enough chemical waste to fill one-third of an Olympic swimming pool. And they warn that much of the waste may not be stored safely. Advisory Board’s Miles Cottier weighs in on just how serious the problem is while offering solutions that can be embraced right now.
Children's Hospital Los Angeles and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health teamed up on a campaign to increase Covid-19 vaccination rates among children and teens, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Maryland, and Virginia.
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