Opinion | Vaccine Mandates Won’t Save Us

Debating the risks and rewards of requiring proof of vaccination, as the coronavirus Delta variant rages on. Produced by ‘The Argument’ Requiring proof of vaccination isn’t a novel idea. Schools across the United States require students to get certain vaccinations

Britain will continue to require vaccinated travelers from France to quarantine, citing Beta variant concerns.

By Ron DePasquale British medical officials announced Friday that fully vaccinated travelers returning from France must continue to quarantine because the Beta variant’s presence there poses a threat. Travelers arriving from France must quarantine for five to 10 days, regardless

The world’s reported Covid death toll passes four million.

By Daniel E. Slotnik The world’s known coronavirus death toll passed four million on Thursday, a loss roughly equivalent to the population of Los Angeles, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. It took

Opinion | How to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy

“It is sad indeed that partisan politics has become irrationally intertwined with public health, but that is the state of affairs in America today,” a reader writes. To the Editor: Re “After 200 Million Shots, Now Comes Hard Part” (front

Biden Administration Announces Ad Campaign to Combat Vaccine Hesitancy

The public awareness push includes 275 participating organizations that will speak to communities where skepticism of the coronavirus vaccine remains high. By Annie Karni WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Thursday morning announced an ambitious advertising campaign intended to encourage

Bloomberg Workers Get Access to New York University Vaccine Slots

A company memo on Tuesday informed the staff that NYU Langone would “provide vaccines for Bloomberg employees who meet the eligibility requirements.” By Katie Robertson NYU Langone Health, a major New York hospital system, has set aside Covid-19 vaccination shots

Rich Countries Signed Away a Chance to Vaccinate the World

Despite warnings, American and European officials gave up leverage that could have guaranteed access for billions of people. That risks prolonging the pandemic. By Selam Gebrekidan and Matt Apuzzo In the coming days, a patent will finally be issued on

Japan factory output rises for 3rd straight month

TOKYO (REUTERS) – Japan’s factory output rose for the third straight month in August, in a positive sign for manufacturers as economic activity gradually recovered further from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Demand among Japan’s global trading partners, and