Health

Indian authorities hope to give shots to 300 million people, roughly the population of the U.S and several times more than its existing program.
“Each one of these numbers is a story, it is a loved one," the "Newsroom" host said as the U.S. endures its "deadliest" stage of the coronavirus pandemic so far.
Extra doses have already been distributed just as the pool of people eligible for the coronavirus vaccine is burgeoning.
Three samples in China's Tianjin municipality showed traces of the coronavirus, possibly due to a combination of poor hygiene and cold storage temperatures.
The strain first found in Britain "will exhibit rapid growth in early 2021," the agency anticipates.
“I’ve worked with actors who showed up drunk! And that was not me," the "Argo" actor said.
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Experts explain how the coronavirus may affect the inside of your mouth and how to spot the signs.
Senior citizens are scrambling to figure out how to sign up to get their shots.
In Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina, less than 2% of the population has received its first dose of a vaccine.