(ATLANTA) -- U.S. cruises could resume as early as mid-July, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now telling the cruise industry. Since March 2020, the CDC has blocked cruise ships that carry more than 250 people from sailing in U.S. waters. The CDC clarified... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- States across the country are reporting large numbers of people getting their coronavirus shots, and according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 95 million doses have been administered over the last month alone. Regardless, the number of newly... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- On April 13, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration recommended temporarily pausing use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after six women experienced a rare blood clot out of nearly seven million shots given. While some... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause, likely to last another seven to 10 days while a federal advisory committee evaluates a possible link to a rare but severe blood clotting disorder, may deal a blow to vulnerable populations -- the homebound,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday that they are calling for an immediate pause on the use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine after discovering six cases in the United States of a rare and... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- As more Americans get vaccinated, the urgency to get a COVID-19 test is steadily declining despite the Biden administration promising there would be a "wartime undertaking" to increase access, with billions of dollars in investment from U.S. manufacturing companies to develop... Read More.
By Erin Schumaker, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- When New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that the state would open COVID-19 vaccinations to all New Yorkers who are 16 and older starting April 6, he joined the ranks of other... Read More.
By DR. TARUN JAIN and DR. SAMUEL ROTHMAN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Even with millions of vaccine shots pricking arms every day, epidemiologists are warning that it's too soon for states to ease up on public COVID-19 measures without risking... Read More.
By MARK OSBORNE, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Alaska is the first state to allow COVID-19 vaccines to any adult who wants one."Effective immediately, Alaska will become the 1st state in the nation to allow anyone over the age of 16... Read More.
The opening picture above this story, I consider a badge of honor. Like the little “I Voted” stickers we used to get when we all voted in person; maybe more like the Cross on your forehead after the Ash Wednesday Service. That time-stamp that... Read More.
By MARLENE LENTHANG, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The Javits Center in New York City is now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, after the approval of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine a week ago.The convention... Read More.