Here's who should get a coronavirus vaccine first, according to a key advisory group

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on Tuesday released a draft plan for distributing a vaccine against the novel coronavirus in the United States. Here's how the panel wants to prioritize who gets the vaccine first.

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Why the '6-foot rule' might not stop the coronavirus

Public health guidelines say you should keep six feet of distance from others to stop the coronavirus from spreading—but is six feet really enough? Here's what a new BMJ analysis reveals about the risk, Ben Guarino reports for the Washington Post.

Around the nation: Court rules neither Anthem nor Cigna can recover damages from failed merger

The Delaware Chancery Court on Monday ruled that neither Anthem nor Cigna can recover billions of dollars in damages resulting from their failed merger agreement, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Delaware, Illinois, and Maryland.

For Covid-19 long-haulers, the symptoms (and the bills) keep adding up

Tricia Sales, a 41-year-old woman who lacked health insurance when she came down with Covid-19 in March, is facing more than $100,000 in medical bills—and she's not alone. Here's how experts say the costs of Covid-19 "long-haulers" could reshape the U.S. health care system and challenge the safety net.