The head of the World Health Organization on Thursday tempered his assertion that the end of the Covid-19 pandemic was near, warning that declaring the crisis over was "still a long way off".
The Biden administration is gearing up for its latest pandemic showdown, this time over vaccine mandates in the military.
His words made it unclear what the remaining public health problems are, including long Covid, and what exactly needs to be ...
Columnist Ted Slowik rejects President Joe Biden’s claim that the COVID-19 pandemic is over and listens to medical experts ...
An economist, a public health scholar and an education expert all agree: Whatever you call it, it's still with us ...
If the pandemic is over, then so is the emergency. Yet the Administration continues to extend the public-health emergency ...
Americans are back in-person for family reunions, live music, casinos and cosmetic surgeries. But not so much when it comes ...
A group of protesters suffering from long-term COVID-19 symptoms demonstrated outside of the White House on Monday, calling ...
Biden reassures the public but won’t lift the official Covid emergency.
The World Health Organization decides when a Public Health Emergency of International Concern is no longer present. A ...
Many people, including the president, want to move beyond COVID, but it's not so simple for people living with HIV.
Some Twitter users were up in arms that the White House had to immediately walk back President Biden's assertion that the ...