Almost 60% of adults in the U.S. have been fully vaccinated. But those numbers hide an uncomfortable truth, writes Dhruv Khullar in the New Yorker.
Given the rise of the Delta variant, a growing number of people who were originally skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccines are rethinking their positions.
It is tempting to assume the unvaccinated are anti-vaccine. Nothing could be further from the truth, says Rhea Boyd, MD, co-developer of The Conversation.
As the pace of vaccinations slows, primary care and specialty doctors are stepping up their outreach efforts — and winning over holdouts one patient at a time.
New research finds that Latinos are now vaccinated at the same rate as Black and White populations. These programs were key to making that happen.
While there’s no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines affect a woman’s chance of conceiving, the COVID-19 infection can be harmful during pregnancy.
From Catholic to Baptist, Jewish to Muslim, religious leaders are using their platforms to educate and encourage the faithful to get a vaccine.
In August, following reports of waning efficacy of the mRNA vaccines in immunocompromised individuals, the CDC recommended a third dose for certain individuals.
Studies suggest the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is very effective at protecting against hospitalization and death.
Unvaccinated people are being hospitalized with COVID-19 at alarming rates, particularly across the Southern region of the United States.