The daily number of newly reported coronavirus cases in the United States has dropped precipitously over the past two weeks. Experts attribute the decline to four key factors—although they also note that infections remain very high, and warn a new surge could be coming.
President Biden on Tuesday said every American who wants a Covid-19 vaccine should be able to access them by the end of July, and he expressed optimism that, "by next Christmas," the United States will "be in a very different circumstance … than we are today" in regard to the country's coronavirus epidemic. But there are certain caveats to those predictions, experts warn.
Vitamin C and zinc are commonly used to stave off or reduce the severity of colds and flu—but what's their effect on Covid-19? Findings from the first randomized clinical trial of the two supplements' effects on Covid-19 severity provide some insights.
The White House on Saturday said it has "deep concerns" about a report recently released by the World Health Organization following the group's investigation into the origins of the novel coronavirus pandemic, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, the District of Columbia, and Louisiana.
Print All Daily Briefing Article from
Have a Question?
Ask our experts a question on any topic in health care by visiting our member portal, AskAdvisory.