- Bomberos en la línea de batalla se resisten a los mandatos de vacunación contra covidby Sandy West September 27, 2021
Los bomberos han estado en el frente de batalla de la pandemia desde el principio. ¿Por qué muchos se resisten a vacunarse contra covid?
- Who Qualifies for a Covid Booster? The List Is Growing LongerSeptember 27, 2021
KHN’s Sarah Jane Tribble and Arthur Allen join Science Friday host Ira Flatow to recap the evolving news in the run-up to offering booster shots for the […]
- Firefighters on Front Lines, No Strangers to Risk, Push Back Against Covid Vaccine Mandatesby Sandy West September 27, 2021
Among the people still reluctant to get vaccinated — and pushing against mandates — are firefighters, many of whom also respond to medical calls as […]
- These Schools Use Weekly Testing to Keep Kids in Class — And Covid Outby Christine Herman, WILL / Illinois Public Media September 27, 2021
Coronavirus outbreaks have shuttered K-12 classrooms across the U.S., affecting tens of thousands of K-12 students. To avoid the same fate, some school […]
- From the FDA’s Empty Seat to Chock-Full ICUs, Journalists Recap the Week’s StoriesSeptember 25, 2021
KHN and California Healthline staff made the rounds on national and local media this week to discuss their stories. Here’s a collection of their appearances.
- Científicos dicen que una píldora diaria para tratar covid estaría a meses de distanciaby JoNel Aleccia, Kaiser Health News September 24, 2021
Los medicamentos que se están investigando tendrían el potencial de interferir con la capacidad del virus para replicarse en las células humanas.
- Low Wages and Pandemic Gut Staffing Support for Those With Disabilitiesby Andy Miller September 24, 2021
Group homes and facilities that serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities were hurting for staffers before the pandemic. Now the nationwide […]
- Mounting Covid Deaths Fuel School Bus Drivers’ Fearsby Andy Miller and Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News September 24, 2021
Since August, school bus drivers and monitors have died of covid-19 in at least 10 states, including Georgia and Florida. Masks are required on school buses, […]
- A Daily Pill to Treat Covid Could Be Just Months Away, Scientists Sayby JoNel Aleccia, Kaiser Health News September 24, 2021
At least three promising antiviral treatments for covid-19 are being tested in clinical trials, with results expected as soon as late fall or winter.
- California Moves on Climate Change, but Rejects Aggressive Cuts to Greenhouse Emissionsby Samantha Young September 23, 2021
Drought, wildfires, extreme heat: California lawmakers cast climate change as the culprit in an emerging series of public health threats, setting aside […]