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Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine trial will resume soon

Investigators found a participant’s illness, a stroke, did not appear to be related to the vaccine. Health

Trump administration pressures CDC to back detention of migrant children in border hotels amid coronavirus

The request from HHS is the latest example of efforts to use government scientists to advance the president’s political objectives. CDC career scientists are pushing back. Health

Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine trial is fully enrolled, 37 percent of participants are minorities

The company says it could have sufficient data to seek a regulatory OK in November. Health

Guidelines for approving a coronavirus vaccine will be the focus of FDA advisers meeting Thursday

A Food and Drug Administration panel is scheduled to hold a milestone meeting to kick off the complicated process of vetting the safety and effectiveness of vaccines against the novel coronavirus. Health

D.C. already has $90 million back from FEMA for fighting covid-19. So far, Fairfax County has $0.

Some officials say there is plenty of time to seek reimbursements, but experts say they should act quickly. Health

After a college town’s coronavirus outbreak, deaths at nursing homes mount


CDC expands definition of who is a ‘close contact’ of an individual with covid-19

The new guidance on who is considered a “close contact” of an infected person is likely to have the biggest impact on schools, workplaces and other group settings. Health

Unprecedented vaccine trials on track to begin delivering results

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