Last week, many European countries, including France, announced that a COVID-19 health pass will be needed to fly to other countries, go to sporting events, go to venues, go to the movies, and go to other public events. France 24 news says that health passes have been created for individuals that want to go to […]
This month, the NCHS released the provisional life expectancy estimates from the year 2020. The results? A decline by 1.5% since the previous 2019 estimates. The main cause of the decline was due to COVID-19 and could continue to influence the life expectancy of individuals in years to come. Before COVID-19 made its first appearance, […]
The COVID Response Team says that the seven-day COVID-19 average is up by 70% from the last seven-day average, Hannah Walker reports.
Stay up to date as we take you through each activity of President Biden’s schedule for the week of July 12 to July 16.
The White House says that hospitalizations and death rates are down, but not for the unvaccinated. Now, nearly all deaths and hospitalizations from COVID-19 are among the unvaccinated.
President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the drawdown of US military troops from Afghanistan. The drawdown was originally promised to be done by September 11th. Delaney Tarr reports on Biden’s decision.
AP has announced Eric Adams as the new NYC Dem Nominee, a moderate Democrat, and former NYPD Captain. What does this mean for the city?
This Friday at the White House, Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Director of the National Economic Council took the podium to talk about the economy, Afghanistan, and the Fourth of July. Delaney Tarr reports on the press briefing.
POTUS attends a swearing-of-allegiance ceremony for 21 naturalized Americans, including several now serving in the armed forces.
Dr. Wollensky says the seven-day average of COVID cases has increased by 10% from the last seven-day average. Why is that?