Elementary school-aged children are already eligible for kid-sized doses of Pfizer’s original vaccine.
The U.S. has ordered 171 million doses of the new boosters for the fall.
Dallas County, Tarrant County, Denton County and Collin County are all seeing a decrease in COVID-19 hospitalizations in early September.
The earthquake struck a region where 21 million remain under a strict COVID-19 lockdown. China has so far refused to ease restrictions to help...
Tarrant County medical experts warn people to keep up their guard against COVID-19 during the holiday weekend.
One more step before a fall vaccine campaign can begin: The CDC must recommend who should get the additional shot.
Patent litigation is common in the early stages of medical technology development, and Moderna is not asking for the rival vaccine to be pulled...
Pfizer and Moderna asked U.S. regulators to authorize their updated vaccines, which contain protection against BA.4 and BA.5, the newest versions of omicron.
Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, was a leader in the federal response to HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases even before COVID-19 hit.
More doctors are prescribing their patients the antiviral drug Paxlovid. An 88-year-old in San Antonio says it helped lessen symptoms from other illnesses.
Back-to-school is aligning with two high-profile virus outbreaks. Here's what you need to know as students return to classrooms.
Case counts spiked and flattened, but at-home tests have made spread tough to gauge. Experts are looking to wastewater and hospitals.
The Bidens are scheduled to visit Kentucky on Monday to view flood damage and meet with families.
When he was first infected with COVID-19, the president took Paxlovid, an antiviral that in some cases causes a person to test positive again...
Biden's physician said the president had a "rebound" of COVID positivity after treatment with Paxlovid.
Tarrant County reported over 1,000 cases of COVID-19 daily this week. On Wednesday, that number was over 2,000. Sixty-two people were hospitalized in 24...
While President Biden said that "COVID isn't gone," he stressed that Americans can avoid serious illness with vaccines and available treatments.