Australia has had its deadliest day yet of the pandemic - here's what we know about who is dying
The last two weeks of the Omicron outbreak have been the deadliest of the entire coronavirus pandemic, with four of the five highest daily death tolls all in the past week alone, figures reveal.
Like 'Tetris': COVID surge turns staff scheduling at California hospital into a frustrating numbers game
The 28 patients had camped out for hours and even days in the emergency room of Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.
Pfizer and Moderna expect seasonal booster shots after omicron wave
How antivirals provide hope to vulnerable Covid patients
The recent decision by regulators to approve the antiviral agent Paxlovid for use in the UK adds a formidable new weapon to the arsenal of treatments for Covid-19.
Mask rules tightened in Europe during winter Covid-19 wave
Italy, Spain and other European countries are re-instating or stiffening mask mandates as their hospitals struggle with mounting numbers of Covid-19 patients.
Here's where (and how) you are most likely to catch COVID, according to a new CU Boulder study
Two years into the pandemic, most of us are fed up. COVID case rates are higher than they've ever been and hospitalization rates are once again rising rapidly in many countries.
These Charts Show That COVID-19 is Still the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated
Over the summer of 2021, as the Delta variant swept the nation, Americans' experience with COVID-19 bifurcated.
Half of Spain's ICUs at high risk due to coronavirus spike
The explosion of coronavirus infections that began before the Christmas festive season has brought major pressure back to hospitals in half of Spain.
Bay Area Cases See Huge Spike After NYE; Poll Finds 9 in 10 Americans Know Someone Who's Had COVID
The numbers of new recorded COVID cases are now reflecting New Year's Eve celebrations, and across the Bay Area, cases took a huge vertical jump on Monday, with significant new totals coming from the East Bay and South Bay.
Chicago schools will reopen as teachers and the city reach a deal over virus safeguards.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot's administration announced a deal with the Chicago Teachers Union on Monday that would return students to classrooms on Wednesday after a dispute over coronavirus safeguards canceled a week of classes in the country's third-largest school district.