What used to be a mysterious new variant first detected in the UK is now the most dominant coronavirus strain in the US.
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More than a year into the pandemic, what has become abundantly clear is that SARS-CoV-2 -- the virus that causes Covid-19 -- is a tricky virus: Some people aren't aware they're infected at all, while others are hospitalized and some die. And a growing group of people get sick and then never fully recover.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday it does not know if the new Covid-19 variants are causing more cases of a rare complication in children called multisystem inflammatory syndrome.
A new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that Covid-19 cases among younger children remained low even after schools restarted for in-person learning. To safely reopen schools, however, transmission in communities must be kept in check.
The United States reached a grim milestone on Saturday: 1 in 1,000 Americans have died from Covid-19 since the nation's first reported infection in late January.
Tony and Lisa Vasquez were high school sweethearts. Last week, within hours of each other, the two died from Covid-19.
In a new study, convalescent plasma did not reduce deaths among Covid-19 patients or prevent moderate disease from becoming severe.
The coronavirus has returned to the USS Theodore Roosevelt, the same aircraft carrier that experienced a major outbreak earlier this year, the handling of which caused the ship's captain to be fired and led to the resignation of the acting Navy secretary.
One hockey player infected as many as 14 other people at a single indoor ice hockey game last spring, Florida health department officials reported Thursday.
Most patients hospitalized with Covid-19 have neurological symptoms, a new study suggests.