By issuing Covid-19 vaccination verification guidelines, the federal government can help verifiers ensure that mandates are effective.
In a highly unusual decision, the C.D.C. director, Rochelle Walensky, reversed a move by agency advisers and endorsed additional doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for health care workers, teachers and other workers at risk.
A decision is expected on Thursday on that thorny question. And Alaska’s hospitals are struggling in latest coronavirus surge.
President Joe Biden is ordering large swaths of law-abiding American citizens to be vaccinated against the Chinese coronavirus but has made no such requirement for illegal aliens arriving at the United States-Mexico border.
Psaki admitted that illegal aliens pouring across the border are not subject to the same COVID-19 restrictions as foreign travelers coming into the states.
Dr. Nkengasong will be the first person of African origin to oversee the U.S. government program combating H.I.V., which has ravaged the continent.
Late last year, the federal government’s chief statistician on death received word about a tantalizing discovery: Someone had died from
The deaths, spread out across four states in January 2020, have become part of a scattershot collection of clues about the virus’s early spread.
Do D.C. students benefit from D.C. education reforms? D.C. teachers can't answer the question. They don't know. The city's leaders — who set the budget, distribute federal and local funds, shuffle raises and benefits, and decide which neighborhoods get new facilities — don't know, either. For sure, it's difficult to
Before month's end, the U.S. Census data should be is the hands of D.C. officials and available for city residents to begin registering public comments about proposed boundaries for the city's eights wards. Some discussions will be continuous, as well they should be, while all are worthy of debate for