The Biden administration’s much-needed national strategy to end the covid-19 pandemic includes plans to remedy the chaotic vaccination effort with “more people, more places, more supply.”
There are already signs that distribution of the COVID vaccines will be messy, confusing and chaotic.
The nation's top infectious disease expert says he's reluctant to support a national mask mandate because that would mean that authorities would have to enforce it and that would be difficult to do.
Given the prevailing business-centric model of American drug pricing, a COVID-19 vaccine could be budget breaking, perhaps making it unavailable to many.
It has been nearly three months since the first cases of a new coronavirus pneumonia appeared in Wuhan, China, and it is now a global outbreak.
In this highly partisan political moment, there’s one issue that nearly every American can agree on: Our health care system is a mess and in need of a dramatic overhaul.
As calls for radical health reform grow louder, many on the right, in the center and in the health care industry are arguing that proposals like “Medicare for All” would cause economic ruin, decimating a sector that represents nearly 20% of our economy.