By MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(LEE COUNTY, Ky.) -- After severe flooding almost jeopardized a Kentucky health department's COVID-19 vaccine storage, a crew of public health and emergency response personnel helped salvage 150 doses via a water rescue, officials said.
By JON SCHLOSBERG, ABC News (PHILADELPHIA) -- Once again, it is Dr. Ala Stanford to the rescue, this time confronting Philadelphia’s vaccine inequities head on.Last April, Stanford became frustrated with the city’s slow pace of COVID-19 testing, especially in Black and... Read More.
By MARLENE LENTHANG, ABC News(AUSTIN, Texas) -- Texas will deploy more than 1,100 National Guardsmen to help administer COVID-19 vaccines to homebound seniors in rural and isolated areas."We are announcing today a statewide program to save our seniors,"... Read More.
By MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News(LONDON) -- As rich countries race to inoculate their populations against COVID-19, poorer nations have fallen behind in the biggest vaccination campaign in history.But a global vaccine-sharing scheme aims to ensure rapid and equitable... Read More.
By ARIELLE MITROPOULUS, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Although the pace of the coronavirus vaccine rollout seems to be picking up across the country, many Americans have been left frustrated by their inability to secure an appointment. With limited vaccine supplies, and very... Read More.
By JADE LAWSON, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- As the U.S. crossed the 500,000 COVID-19 death milestone earlier this week, Generation Z's minority TikTok influencers switched up their dance routines and comedy skits to bring awareness around the pandemic with a... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- As more people in the United States are able to get vaccinated for COVID-19, health experts are receiving questions about possible side effects of the vaccine, especially when it comes to women and... Read More.
By LAURA ROMERO and DR. JAY BHATT, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- After more than 11 months of isolation, the dining room at John Knox Village was filled with laughter and joy last week. Residents of the independent 430-bed nursing facility in a... Read More.
By MEREDITH DELISO, ABC NewsAmid efforts to "double down" on distribution equity, half of the COVID-19 vaccines administered last week in Chicago went to Black and Latinx residents, city officials said.During the first week of vaccinations in mid-December,... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN, GMA(NEW YORK) -- As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes more widely available to people younger than 65 and outside of the health care community, it is raising questions for breastfeeding and pregnant people who must decide if the... Read More.
By BEN GITTLESON, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden plans to announce on Friday that the United States will contribute $2 billion to a U.N.-backed program seeking to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses to people in the poorest countries in the... Read More.
BY: SASHA PEZENIK AND IVAN PEREIRA, ABC NEWS (HOUSTON) — Health officials in Texas scrambled to administer over 5,000 vaccine doses before they expired after the harsh winter storm hitting the state knocked out the power of the freezers storing the vaccines. Harris County... Read More.