In a new Washington Post and ABC News poll, more than half of unvaccinated respondents said they "probably" or "definitely" would not get a Covid-19 vaccine. Here's what the poll found—including significant splits between Republican and Democratic respondents on vaccine hesitancy, vaccine passports, and more.
As vaccinations pick up and we move closer to a new, post-pandemic normal, many people are experiencing unexpected anxiety at the thought of easing back into society. Here's how experts say people can "strengthen [their] social muscles," Bonnie Tsui writes for the New York Times.
In January 2019, Mark Gottlieb was in a car accident that damaged four vertebrae in his spine and smashed six of his teeth. But despite being covered by both auto and medical insurance, Gottlieb—who received more than $700,000 in medical bills—may still be on the hook for nearly $90,000, Julia Appleby reports for Kaiser Health News.
Spurred by a "double whammy" of relaxed pandemic precautions and the emergence of more contagious variants, India is reporting nearly a quarter-million new Covid-19 cases per day, overwhelming hospitals and crematoriums. Here's where India's epidemic stands, including an update on the so-called "double mutant" coronavirus spreading rapidly in parts of the country.
A group of 17 senators, including 16 Democrats and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), sent a letter to President Joe Biden on Sunday urging him to expand Medicare through his American Families Plan, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Georgia, and Pennsylvania.