What South Africa's fifth Covid-19 wave could mean for the United States, Covid-19 was the leading cause of death last year, and more.
Covid-19 was the third leading cause of death in 2021 behind heart disease and cancer, according to CDC, and a study from the Kaiser Family Foundation found a large portion of those deaths could have been prevented by vaccination.
12 health care organizations make TIME's 2022 'Most Influential' companies list (Tuesday, April 26)
TIME last month released its "TIME 100 Most Influential Companies" list, which recognizes the companies and organizations "making an extraordinary impact around the world"—and includes several health care organizations.
Nearly 60% of Americans have had the coronavirus. What does that mean for the pandemic? (Wednesday, April 27)
Nearly 60% of Americans—including around 75% of children—have been infected with the coronavirus, according to a new CDC report, news that comes as Anthony Fauci said on Tuesday the United States is now "out of the pandemic phase."
'Here we go again': What South Africa's fifth wave could mean for the US (Thursday, April 28)
Covid-19 cases in South Africa have started to surge, largely driven by two omicron subvariants—BA.4 and BA.5—and experts say the country's next wave could be a sign of things to come in the United States, Kristina Fiore reports for MedPage Today.
Your employee just quit. What do you do now? (Friday, April 29)
Employee departures can be hard on any team—but how leaders react sends an important message to remaining team members. Here are four ways to respond to and learn from resignations, according to Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar Johnson.