Stephen A. Smith details scary COVID-19 battle: ‘Didn’t know if I was gonna make...

More On: stephen a. smith The big bucks, stars, scandals and streaming wars that defined sports media in 2021 ESPN host thinks it’s time for Jake Paul to fight actual boxers ESPN star announces COVID...

Walensky faces CDC burnout as pandemic enters third year

Coronavirus Inside the agency, a race is taking place. Can it stop the spread of Covid-19 before its staff wears out from exhaustion? Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, testifies before a...

Omicron less severe even for unvaccinated, South African study shows

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Supreme Court blocks Biden’s vaccine-or-test mandate for businesses

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Omicron surge disrupts retail industry events

FMI-The Food Industry Association announced late Monday that it will “pause” its upcoming Midwinter Executive Conference, scheduled for Jan. 21-24 in Orlando, in the face of growing concerns about COVID-19 and the surging Omicron variant. The...

Health care workers are panicked as desperate hospitals ask infected staff to return

Health care While most health workers are vaccinated, many are still falling sick, exacerbating a staff shortage as more Americans seek hospital care.

They need to process your Covid tests. Now they’re out sick from Omicron.

Coronavirus While the supply chain for once-scarce equipment remains intact, the sheer demand for testing is stretching sample collection sites and laboratory staff.

High school hockey player dead from injury received during game

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Colleges take COVID testing way too far and spread hysteria

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Walmart to offer COVID-19 antiviral prescriptions

At selected pharmacy locations, Walmart is set to receive and dispense two COVID-19 antiviral medications authorized by Food and Drug Administration just before the holiday break. Walmart said Pfizer’s Paxlovid and Merck’s Molnupiravir, both oral medicines,...

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