Employers Can Require COVID-19 Vaccination, EEOC Says
Employers can legally require COVID-19 vaccination for employees to re-enter the workplace and can provide incentives to encourage employees to get a shot, according to new guidance issued Friday by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
States Announce Reopenings, End of COVID Restrictions
As COVID-19 cases fall and vaccination numbers rise in the U.S., governors are making plans to reopen businesses, resume public transportation, and lift public health restrictions.
Biden Offers Tax Credits for COVID Vaccine Time Off
President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced tax credits for some businesses to give paid time off for their employees to get COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19: Is It Time for Optimism?
When the first COVID vaccines arrived, people started talking about the “light at the end of the tunnel.” Then the post-holidays surge hit with record numbers of cases and deaths, virus variants emerged, and that light was feeling pretty dim. But now as cases and hospitalizations have dramatically dropped, are we finally getting close to the end of the tunnel?
Fauci: ‘Umbrella of Protection’ Possible By Summer
Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Tuesday that Americans will have to wait until summer before they can return to some normal activities and attend events again.
Coronavirus 2020 Outbreak: Latest Updates
The United States leads the world in cases of COVID-19. We'll provide the latest updates on coronavirus cases, government response, impacts to our daily life, and more.