U.S. News's 164 "Best Hospitals," whether second boosters will be coming for all adults, and more.
Covid-19 roundup: Are second boosters coming for all adults? (Monday, July 25)
Damage to endothelial cells may cause Covid-19's neurological symptoms, the omicron subvariant BA.2.75 has been detected in several U.S. states, and more in this week's roundup of Covid-19 news.
The 164 'Best Hospitals, according to US News (Tuesday, July 26)
U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday released its 33rd annual "Best Hospitals" rankings, with Mayo Clinic topping the publication's "Honor Roll" for the seventh year in a row.
Never had Covid-19? Don't be so sure. (Wednesday, July 27)
The number of people who have never been infected by the coronavirus is shrinking—and even people who believe they've never contracted the virus may well have had asymptomatic infections, Julie Wernau writes for the Wall Street Journal.
The Biden administration may be shifting its Covid-19 booster strategy, focusing on accelerating a fall booster campaign with next-generation shots that target more dominant strains of the virus rather than offering second booster shots to all adults.
Monkeypox: The latest updates on the outbreak (Friday, July 29)
As monkeypox continues to spread, the World Health Organization is urging at-risk groups to take specific precautions against the virus, and the United States is expected to declare the current outbreak a public health emergency.