Vaccinated and unvaccinated Americans diverge sharply on who they believe is responsible for the recent surge of Covid-19 across the country, according to a new poll from Axios and Ipsos. See the key findings, charted.
This week, New York City became the first U.S. city to require proof of vaccination to enter many indoor settings, including restaurants, gyms, and entertainment venues. Here's what the mandate entails—and where Los Angeles, Chicago, and other localities stand on similar requirements.
President Joe Biden's administration is working on a recommendation that certain immunocompromised people receive Covid-19 booster shots, people familiar with the matter told Axios—news that comes as the World Health Organization calls for a worldwide moratorium on most booster shots until more people are vaccinated.
Writing for Harvard Business Review, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Katarina Berg explain three challenges leaders must address to effectively develop a "culture of belonging"—especially as more organizations move toward hybrid work.
In areas where the delta variant is leading to rises in Covid-19 cases, providers report seeing much younger, otherwise healthy patients than in previous waves—and those patients appear to be getting "sicker, quicker," Roni Caryn Rabin reports for the New York Times.
HHS' Office of Inspector General will review FDA's accelerated approval process for Biogen's Alzheimer's drug, Aduhelm, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, and Kansas.
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