Queen Elizabeth II has highlighted the importance of staying in touch with friends and families during the coronavirus pandemic.
Early last March, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan warned of a virus that already had sickened tens of thousands around the globe, saying it wouldn't be long before a city resid...
British children are gearing up to return to school on Monday after a two-month closure.
Israel has reopened most of its economy as part of its final phase of lifting coronavirus lockdown measures imposed in recent months.
Along with teachers, school and child care center staff, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and parents of children with complex medical conditions w...
People who are homeless will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccines in Michigan starting Monday.
Russia’s boast in August that it was the first country to authorize a coronavirus vaccine led to skepticism because of its insufficient testing on only a few dozen people...
Data released Saturday by the Florida Department of Health showed the state’s first dip below a 5% positivity rate since the start of 2021.
Top French and German officials are urging people to take the AstraZeneca vaccine, amid skepticism from some who fear it's not effective enough.
The head of the vaccine program for Canada’s most populous province of Ontario expects to get every adult a first vaccine shot by June 20.
In two years, the Department of Veterans Affairs will open a new medical center on Jacksonville’s Northside.
Urgent calls for COVID-19 vaccine fairness are ringing through African countries as more are welcoming or rolling out doses from the global COVAX initiative.
Some studies suggest that up to 20% of the world’s population may have some type of food intolerance.
France says it could emulate Italy in blocking the export of COVID-19 vaccines from the European Union if that's what is needed to enforce its own contracts with drugs ma...
U.S. employers added a surprisingly robust 379,000 jobs last month, a sign the economy is strengthening as virus cases drop, vaccinations ramp up, Americans spend more an...
This April should look very different than the last for California’s nearly 40 million residents.