The move, coming days after Britain became the first country to approve the AstraZeneca shots for emergency use, begins a vast campaign to inoculate the hard-hit nation’s 1.3 billion people.
Thousands of internal directives and reports reveal how Chinese officials stage-managed what appeared online in the early days of the outbreak.
A few minutes of morning television distilled the various ways that President Trump and his political allies have undermined confidence in the science about the virus.
Election-related falsehoods have subsided, but misleading claims about the coronavirus vaccines are surging — often spread by the same people.
A flurry of rumors online has prompted concern. But scientists assert the claims are baseless.
Could better public health messaging persuade more people to change their behavior?
To push the idea that the virus didn’t come from China, the government has misrepresented experts’ remarks and given dubious theories the veneer of science.
One of the richest women in the world devoted decades to preparing for a pandemic.
Emergency approval of the vaccine, ahead of the United States and the European Union, clears the way for Britain to begin mass inoculations.
Pasar demasiado tiempo frente a una pantalla puede ser dañino para nuestro bienestar, pero con reglas, metas y límites podemos liberarnos de las garras de la tecnología.
Excessive screen time can be harmful to our well-being, but we can free ourselves from tech’s hooks with goals, rules and boundaries.
Officials and scientists fought misinformation with data and clear communication — offering a game plan for the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines, experts say.