The NFL is requiring certain team employees to have a “bona fide” reason to forego the COVID-19 vaccine or get barred from restricted areas.
A new study shows COVID-19 affects the mind and the brain in significant ways after researchers found a third of people who survive the virus develop mental health or brain disorders they never had before.
With just a simple phone call, loved ones can apply for reimbursement for COVID-19 funeral expenses. Here are all the details from FEMA on how to apply.
Regeneron said it now plans to request FDA clearance to use the COVID-19 antibody drug as a preventative treatment that could help provide immediate protection to unvaccinated people.
It’s called the grandest stage of them all in pro-wrestling, and it’s in Tampa this weekend. WrestleMania brings the best out of WWE superstars, but the fun starts Friday for fans.
An assessment from the U.S. National Intelligence Council painted a dark picture for a post-COVID-19 world fraught with economic inequality, strained government resources and fanned nationalist sentiments.
A surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths is hitting all regions of the world.
Japan says it will raise the coronavirus alert level in Tokyo to allow tougher measures to curb the rapid spread of a more contagious variant ahead of the Summer Olympics.
The number of U.S. suicides fell nearly 6% last year amid the coronavirus pandemic — the largest annual decline in at least four decades, according to preliminary government data.
Researchers at the Department of Homeland Security sought to determine how various environmental conditions impact the spread of COVID-19 and other variants and determined that the coronavirus survived in most heat and humidity.
Georgia's COVID-19 restrictions loosened significantly on Thursday, most notably the order restricting capacity inside restaurants and bars.
Doctors say a woman is breathing freely again after undergoing a windpipe transplant from a donor.
A new study shows that more than one in three COVID-19 survivors may suffer from longer-term neurological and psychiatric effects from the virus.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will begin offering $9,000 to families who lost loved ones to COVID-19 in a massive effort to retroactively reimburse them for funeral costs. Applications for the money will open up on Monday.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week to 744,000, signaling that many employers are still cutting jobs.
Authorities said violations included DUI, double riding, speeding, reckless vehicle operation, staging camps in illegal areas, blocking roadways, illegal use of fireworks and target shooting.
Researchers from the National Institutes of Health found evidence to suggest that the novel coronavirus is able to replicate and infect mouth tissue, spreading to a person’s saliva and eventually infecting a patient’s lungs when swallowed.
The CDC says a new more contagious variant of the coronavirus is now the dominant strain circulating in the US. The B.1.1.7 variant, which surfaced in the United Kingdom last fall is more transmissible and may cause more severe disease. US health officials say the vaccines could stop the new strain, if the US can get many more Americans protected.
The agency announced Wednesday it will cover up to $9,000 per funeral and that the application for reimbursement will open on Monday, April 12, 2021.
The Treasury Department says it has issued more than 156 million payments as part of President Joe Biden’s coronavirus relief plan.