The latest polling from Axios and Ipsos finds that a growing number of Americans say they have gone out to eat, visited their friends, and shopped at non-grocery retail stores in recent weeks—and unvaccinated people are especially likely to have scaled back on social distancing. Explore the trends on our interactive charts.
Around the world, providers are reporting a small but increasing number of cases in which Covid-19 patients with no previous history of mental health issues develop severe psychosis weeks or months after recovering from the virus, Pam Belluck writes for the New York Times.
Even though vaccinations have accelerated, the United States is once again seeing a rise in Covid-19 cases, leading Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor for the White House's Covid-19 response, to warn, "Whether or not we turn the corner remains to be seen."
Hospitals nationwide are struggling to set up vaccination sites in the absence of any "one size fits all" solution. Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Lucy Xenophon, chief transformation officer at Mount Sinai Morningside, details the five steps her hospital used—and any hospital can use—to design and implement an efficient vaccination site.
Regeneron and Roche announce their antibody cocktail reduced hospitalization or death from Covid-19 by 70% in a phase III trial, a Covid-19 test has for the first time received full FDA approval, and more.
The Senate on Wednesday voted 52-48 to confirm Rachel Levine as HHS' assistant secretary for health, making her the first openly transgender federal official confirmed by the Senate, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, the District of Columbia, and Maryland.