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As New Covid Boosters Move Forward, Better Outreach Is Needed to Save Lives

Various studies have shown that increased boosting this round could save many thousands of lives.

Lily Meyersohn ·

'Largest Private Sector Nurses Strike in US History' Coming to Minnesota

"Hospital CEOs with million-dollar salaries can afford to put patients before profits in our hospital and to do right by Minnesota nurses," said Minnesota Nurses Association, which is organizing the strike.

Brett Wilkins ·

Pandemic, Profit-Driven Healthcare System Blamed for Historic Decline in US Life Expectancy

On average, Americans are expected to live nearly three fewer years than they were in 2019.

Julia Conley ·

'Pandemic Is Far From Over': People's CDC Tells Congress to Fund Covid Response

"You must choose a healthier, more equitable pandemic response," the coalition wrote in a letter. "We all deserve better."

Kenny Stancil ·

Days After Approving Another $3 Billion for Ukraine War, US Says No More Money for Free Covid Tests

"Well this is quite exactly the wrong thing to do going into fall/winter," said one infectious disease doctor.

Julia Conley ·

Moderna Slammed for 'Grotesque' Lawsuit Against Pfizer Over Covid-19 Vaccine Patents

"If anyone should be suing big pharma," said one campaigner, "it's the millions who have needlessly lost loved ones to Covid-19 while Moderna and Pfizer sold doses to the highest bidder."

Julia Conley ·

Global Survey Details How Poor Nations Have Been 'Abandoned' During Covid Response

"This report shows that communities have repeatedly been let down by a system geared towards protecting people in wealthy countries."

Kenny Stancil ·

House Report Shows Trump 'Deliberately and Repeatedly' Undermined Covid-19 Response

"The Trump administration's nearly year-long crusade against FDA resulted in damaging consequences for the coronavirus response," the new publication states.

Brett Wilkins ·

More Americans Than Ever Rate Themselves as 'Suffering' in New Survey

A growing share of Americans also report high levels of daily stress and worry, according to Gallup.

Julia Conley ·

Ensuring Safe In-Person Education Remains an Afterthought in US Covid Plan

As schools prepare to open, the BA5 subvariant is once again driving cases upward as political will to act falls ever lower.

Anne N. Sosin ·

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