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Free COVID test kits are about to be available again. Here's how to get them.
The Biden administration is aiming to prevent possible shortages during a rise in coronavirus cases that has typically come during colder months.
More than $900K in U.S. Department of Health money to fund no-cost COVID-19 vaccines in Maryland
The money will be used to ensure that everyone living in Maryland has access to COVID vaccines, regardless of insurance status.
VERIFY: Fast facts on the new COVID-19 vaccine
The updated versions of the Pfizer and Moderna shots are designed to target the newest variants that researchers say is responsible for most new cases of COVID-19.
Americans can now get an updated COVID-19 vaccine
CDC advisers endorsed the new shots for everyone 6 months and older and the agency's director quickly signed off Tuesday on the panel's recommendation.
US approves updated COVID vaccines to rev up protection this fall
Like earlier versions, the vaccines are expected to be most protective against severe illness, hospitalization and death, rather than mild infection.
Did the COVID booster vaccines get approved without human trials?
CDC panel recommends new COVID vaccines
New COVID vaccines could be on the way for fall
Mask mandate implemented in Maryland elementary school after COVID outbreak
The CDC did not say a new COVID strain is not more contagious among vaccinated than unvaccinated people
Summer COVID surge looming, CDC warns
COVID public health emergency ends. What does that mean?
WHO ends COVID-19 'state of emergency' declared 3 years ago
Rising COVID cases prompt new isolation policy at University of Maryland
If a student tests positive, they'll be required to isolate at their permanent home — not in their on-campus housing at College Park — for five days.
Mask up: Silver Spring kindergarten class must wear masks after COVID-19 outbreak
The students are required to wear masks for 10 days after at least three students tested positive.
'There’s no reason to panic' | Infectious diseases doctor weighs in on concerns about newest COVID-19 variant
"The new variant is something that we expected to occur," said Dr. Amesh Adalja.
Here's why COVID may have hit some harder than others, or not at all for some
Researchers wanted to explore the reason why so many people tested positive for the virus without realizing they had it. They found an answer in genetics.
US releases COVID-19 origin report, but agencies still disagree on how pandemic began
The different agencies of the U.S. government can't come to an agreement on how the pandemic began.
Math scores plunge for 13-year-olds as pandemic setbacks persist
More than two years after most students returned to in-person class, there are still “worrisome signs about student achievement,” one federal official said.
Next round of COVID-19 shots in fall will target latest omicron strain
The three U.S. companies that make COVID-19 shots said this week they had geared up to make the formula change to make millions of doses available this fall.
Pandemic brought jump in suicides, homicides among young Americans, study finds
Experts cited several possible reasons for the increases, including higher rates of depression and limited availability of mental health services.
Scathing review of Boris Johnson's 'partygate' scandal shows he misled Parliament
The committee found Johnson’s actions were such a flagrant violation of the rules that they warranted a 90-day suspension from Parliament — if he hadn't resigned.
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