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Study findings may help explain why wearing masks has been linked to lower disease severity in people with COVID-19.
The order requires masks while traveling on airplanes, trains, subways and buses or using ride-share services like Uber.
A slow vaccine rollout and the emergence of new coronavirus mutations threaten progress in reducing new cases and death.
Even when decades of evidence show a rule can save lives—such as wearing seat belts or not smoking indoors—the debate continues.
Lies infected America in 2020. The very worst were not just damaging, but deadly.
An estimated 60% of Republicans and 46% of Democrats say they wouldn’t get inoculated if a vaccine was available.
The risk of catching the virus on a plane is relatively low if airlines are following the procedures laid out by public health experts.
A new CDC study leaves the question of indoor versus outdoor dining unanswered.
Beyond the concern about cancer patients catching the virus, doctors worry about people delaying scans and missing time-sensitive diagnoses.
There is a broad community of immunosuppressed residents who long ago adopted the habits public officials now tout to avoid contagion.
Screening mammograms should be postponed until later this year—or longer, if the coronavirus crisis continues.
Infectious disease researchers worry about their ability to continue working as supplies of N95 respirators dwindle.
The best way to protect yourself from COVID-19 is to follow all the same basic practices for protecting yourselves from influenza.
New research is emerging about how the respiratory virus spreads and how people can protect themselves and others.
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