Dr. Anthony Fauci says it is "quite frustrating" that a large percentage of Republicans are hesitant about receiving a Covid-19 vaccine, according to a recent poll.
Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN's Dana Bash that he believes the CDC and FDA will lift the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause soon but may include "some sort of either warning or restriction."
In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, the shortage of PPE left many frontline healthcare workers painfully vulnerable. Now, the sudden mass production of PPE is adding to an already staggering amount of plastic waste in our landfills and oceans. CNN's Bill Weir reports.
British mom Rebecca Roberts shares her story of giving birth to twins she conceived three weeks apart, a rare condition called superfetation. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen has the details.
The CDC put off making any decision about the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, saying they need more information about a rare type of blood clot. CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the latest and answers your questions.
CDC vaccine advisers are meeting today to review six "rare and severe" blood clot cases among more than 6.8 million Americans who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The FDA and CDC have recommended pausing use of the vaccine while it is being reviewed.
CNN's Alexandra Field reports on the CDC and FDA's recommendation the US pause Johnson & Johnson vaccine use over blood clot concerns "out of an abundance of caution."
CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on Johnson & Johnson and the CDC announcing their recommendation to "pause" the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine out of an abundance of caution.
Dr. Carlos del Rio, the executive associate dean at Emory University School of Medicine, explains why the public should not "freak out" over Johnson & Johnson's decision to call for a pause in use of their Covid-19 vaccine as rare side effects in six women are investigated.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to Dr. Anthony Fauci about what activities he thinks are safe for Americans who are fully vaccinated, and what he personally feels comfortable doing now the he is fully vaccinated.
American Airlines is preparing to return many of its planes to the skies in anticipation of a summer travel surge. CNN's Pete Muntean reports.
As the US set a new single-day vaccine record with 4.6 million doses administered in a day, Michigan grapples with a rise of Covid-19 cases. CNN's Evan McMorris-Santoro reports.
CNN's Jim Acosta talks with Dr. Jonathan Reiner of George Washington University about the coronavirus surge Michigan is experiencing, and Texas governor Greg Abbott's claim that, despite admittedly not knowing what herd immunity is, Texas is close to reaching it.
Advocates in Maine are going door-to-door in order to help combat vaccine hesitancy. CNN's Jason Carroll reports.
CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses new polls on overall vaccinations against Covid-19 in the US and the origins of vaccine hesitancy.
About a quarter of adults in the United States are fully vaccinated, according to the CDC. But as CNN's Alexandra Field reports, health experts are focusing on younger adults who have not yet been vaccinated, as well as children, who they say are spreading coronavirus through sports and daycare.
Jessamyn Smyth, a Covid-19 long hauler, hopes that two Pfizer vaccine doses may be what finally delivers her from the lasting effects of a virus that wreaked chaos in her life. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen has more
European drug regulators have confirmed a link between the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 shot and rare blood clots, as UK authorities recommended that people under 30 should take alternative vaccines.
CNN's Nick Watt reports that the more contagious coronavirus variant first found in the United Kingdom is now the most dominant strain in the United States.
The B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant first identified in the United Kingdom is now the most common strain of Covid-19 in the United States, according to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky.
Sonia Sein is breathing freely again after the first successful human trachea transplant repaired her airway, which was damaged after she suffered a severe asthma attack.
President Joe Biden announced that all Americans over the age of 18 will be eligible to get a Covid-19 vaccination by April 19, earlier than the May 1 date his administration had targeted previously.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how Abbott's latest rapid antigen test works, expounding on concerns about the test's accuracy.
Experts say Covid-19 vaccinations in the US are going extremely well -- but not enough people are yet protected and the country may be at the start of another surge. The US reported a record over the weekend with more than 4 million Covid-19 vaccine doses administered in 24 hours, according to the CDC. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.
As more and more people in the US are getting vaccinated, CNN's Jim Acosta talks to Dr. Anthony Fauci about what else Americans can be doing to help prevent another surge in coronavirus cases.
CNN's Tom Foreman takes a closer look at the wide range of videos being presented by the prosecution that capture George Floyd just before and during his interaction with Minneapolis police.
Pfizer said its vaccine can protect against Covid-19 for at least six months, but experts say that protection will likely last longer.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta goes inside Pfizer's vaccine facility in Michigan to see how the company produces millions of Covid-19 vaccines.
Dr. Peter Hotez, co-director of Texas Children's Hospital's Center for Vaccine Development says the the clinical trial results of Pfizer/BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine showing 100% efficacy in youths ages 12 to 15 is "pretty impressive."
Pfizer and Moderna have begun testing their vaccines on children 6 months through 11 years old. CNN's Gary Tuchman reports.
Covid-19 long hauler Judy Dodd and Dr. William Li talk with CNN's Chris Cuomo about how upon receiving the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine, some long hauler patients seem to have a reduction in symptoms.
After announcing that the United States has surpassed 30 million cases of Covid-19, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said she had a feeling of "impending doom" about the pandemic.
The WHO is scheduled to release the final report on its investigation into the origins of Covid-19. CNN has obtained a copy of the draft report ahead of its official release. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.
President Joe Biden announced that 90% of adults will be eligible to get a coronavirus vaccine within the next three weeks while urging Americans to continue to follow the CDC guidelines and wear a mask.
Dr. Deborah Birx, former White House coronavirus response coordinator, talks with CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta about her experience serving in the Trump administration.
Disneyland and Universal Studios are among the California theme parks that are set to reopen under strict Covid-19 guidelines. At Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles, attendance will be limited to 15% capacity, and reservations are limited to California residents. CNN's Paul Vercammen reports.
Former CDC Director Robert Redfield sits down with CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta to discuss the pandemic and shares his opinion about the origin of the Covid-19 virus.
Heather Simpson had a following online due to her anti-vaccine beliefs. Now, she worries the anti-vaccine misinformation she promoted hurt other children. She explains her change of heart to CNN Business' Donie O'Sullivan.
Former Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen reacts to the results of a US-based clinical trial that the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine showed 79% efficacy against symptomatic disease.
Despite a massive effort by the Pentagon to promote the safety and efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines, the US military's opt-out rate for vaccinations may be far higher than the 33% figure defense officials have used publicly. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports.
In an exclusive interview with CNN, BioNTech co-founder and chief medical officer Özlem Türeci talks about receiving one of Germany's highest honors, the Order of Merit. She also discusses how her company's coronavirus vaccine is effective against the UK variant and the South African variant.
Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN's Chris Cuomo about his spar with Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) over why Americans should wear masks after being vaccinated during a Senate hearing.
President Joe Biden announced that tomorrow the US will reach 100 million vaccinations, weeks ahead of the schedule he set at the beginning of his administration.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks with former CDC director, Tom Frieden, about a recent focus group conducted by a Republican pollster consisting of vaccine-hesitant Trump voters, who spoke about why they are reluctant to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, FDA vaccine advisory committee member Dr. Offit explains why Spain, Germany, France and Italy have suspended the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine and what he thinks of the decision.
CNN's John King takes a look at the vaccine numbers and state-by-state trends for coronavirus case counts in the United States.
Forget the royals - where can I get those patio chairs? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the "Brady Bunch" connection.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta reflects on how the world responded to the coronavirus pandemic, one year later.
CNN Hero Wesley Hamilton overcame many physical and emotional challenges since a gunshot left him paralyzed in 2012. He shows how a trip to a grocery store poses obstacles other shoppers may not even notice.
At 24, Wesley Hamilton was shot, paralyzed and became "a single father in a wheelchair." His daughter inspired him to take control of his body and his mind. Today, Hamilton is using nutrition and adaptive physical training to change lives.
Dr. Comilla Sasson has spent the past year traveling the US to Covid-19 hotspots. She tells CNN that the public needs to keep doing everything they can to stop coronavirus spread.
CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen reacts to newly released CDC guidelines for individuals fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks to a father participating in a trial examining how Fluvoxamine, an antidepressant, affects Covid-19 patients after being diagnosed with the virus.
CNN's Randi Kaye examines the similarities and differences between the coronavirus vaccines that are currently available.
CNN's Kyung Lah reports on how Gila County in Arizona has been able to vaccinate everyone over the age of 18.
Many states are beginning to roll back coronavirus safety measures as cases continue to rise across the US. CNN's Lucy Kafanov reports.
Gov. Kay Ivey (R-AL) says she will end the state's mask mandate on April 9th despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
CNN's Erin Burnett and Dr. Anthony Fauci discuss the governors of Texas and Mississippi deciding to ease their coronavirus restrictions, even completely lifting mask mandates, amid the pandemic.
President Joe Biden announced the US will have enough Covid-19 vaccine doses for every US adult by the end of May, accelerating the timeline by two months.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks to Sean Kirk, an executive at Emergent Biosolutions, about the manufacturing process of Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine.
CNN's John King goes over the current coronavirus numbers from across the nation and takes a closer look at Covid-19 cases leveling off at numbers higher than health officials would like.
As more students go back to school for the first time during the pandemic, many parents may be wondering what to expect. Here are some tips to get you prepared.
CNN's Natasha Chen reports on the US ramping up it's vaccination effort following the CDC's approval of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose vaccine.
Dr. Leana Wen explains why caution must be taken even if you've been vaccinated against Covid-19.
Vaccine advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration voted to recommend the agency grant emergency use authorization to Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine.
President Joe Biden's education plan aims to provide schools that serve low-income areas with more funding and pay teachers more.
The FDA released its analysis of a new Covid-19 vaccine created by Johnson and Johnson, saying it meets requirements for emergency use. The vaccine is less effective against moderate to severe/critical Covid-19 infections but only requires one shot, does not need to be stored by freezing, and could prevent infection without symptoms. CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers your questions about the newest vaccine.
CNN's Nick Watt visits the site of Tiger Woods' car accident to show the path the car traveled after crossing over a median and two lanes.
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has the latest medical advice on how to use exercise for better sleep.
CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
A newly released study in the Journal of American Medical Association finds that 30% of participants who had Covid-19 had symptoms lasting up to nine months. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta has the details.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta details the process for new coronavirus vaccine trials that will be collecting data on pregnant women as well as children ages 5 to 15.
Severe winter storm conditions have forced vaccination centers around the country to shut down and thousands of appointments have been canceled amid widespread vaccine shipment delays. CNN's Polo Sandoval is live in New York answering your questions about how the severe weather is impacting vaccine supply.
A new warning from top US health officials about coronavirus variants. New reports suggest those mutations could lead to a "rapid rise" in Covid-19 cases, if Americans become complacent.
In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, Dr. Anthony Fauci said that Americans should continue wearing their masks and social distancing even after getting the vaccine because they can still spread coronavirus.
During a CNN town hall, President Joe Biden said teachers and other school workers "should be on the list of preferred to get a vaccination."
CNN's Anderson Cooper asks President Biden when he expects the country to get back to normal from the coronavirus pandemic.
The decline in new coronavirus cases is bringing hope that the end of pandemic is in sight, but experts say now is not the time to get complacent. CNN's Alexandra Fields reports.
Vaccinating the world against Covid-19 could take years. Even with several successful vaccines on the market and many more in the pipeline, there simply aren't enough facilities around the world to make them. CNN's Anna Stewart takes a look at what's being done to boost vaccine production.
The US has seen a 58% decrease in new Covid-19 cases since mid-January, with 39 states reporting downward trends in new infections.
Jason Carroll is outside a Walgreens pharmacy in New Britain, Connecticut, as they begin to administer Covid-19 vaccines to the public.
Almost two months into New York City's coronavirus vaccination efforts, available data shows "staggering" ethnic and racial disparities among those receiving the doses. CNN's Laura Jarrett reports.
The Ad Council, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and WarnerMedia partnered to release a new PSA that features some of Hollywood's most iconic characters sporting face masks.
Dr Matshidiso Moeti, W.H.O regional director for Africa, and Angus Thomson of UNICEF discuss the study on the AstraZeneca vaccine's efficacy against the South Africa variant.
An expert explains why the United States has struggled to identify and stay ahead of Covid-19 mutations.
Mildred Grassman's second Covid-19 vaccine appointment fell on her 100th birthday. Watch what surprise hospital staff prepared for her.
More mass coronavirus vaccination sites are popping up across the country as the pandemic continues, including sports arenas like Doger Stadium in Los Angeles. CNN's Erica Hill reports.
CNN's Brianna Keilar speaks to North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum about his decision to end the state's mask mandate during the coronavirus pandemic.
The number of people hospitalized in Texas by the coronavirus reached record highs in recent weeks. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.
CNN's Erica Hill reports that health experts are strongly encouraging people to take precaution while watching the Super Bowl and avoid large gatherings.
Helen Rees, Chair of the W.H.O. Immunization Technical Advisory Group for Africa, and Tim Harford, author of "The Data Detective", discuss vaccine nationalism.
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks with Don Lemon about how many people need to be vaccinated against the coronavirus before society can "get back to normal."
Dr. Anthony Fauci explained the importance of getting vaccinated as quickly as possible to stop the Covid-19 virus from mutating during a White House coronavirus briefing.
During COVID-19, one in six Americans has started therapy for the first time, and anxiety, depression and suicide are on the rise. What can be done about the toll on mental health?
Doctors say the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, if given the green light, would be a welcome addition to the country's pandemic tool box. CNN's Athena Jones reports the big question remains as to how well the vaccines protect against the more contagious variants.
CNN's Omar Jimenez follows a convoy of Covid-19 vaccines on their long journey to get from the distribution point to towns in rural America.
Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses new variants of the coronavirus at a White House Covid-19 briefing and how it will affect vaccine efficacy, including the efficacy of the new Johnson & Johnson candidate.
During a CNN Global Town Hall Hosted by Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Dr. Anthony Fauci answers a viewer's question about when immunity begins after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine.
The founding head of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU School of Medicine, Art Caplan, explains to CNN's Michael Smerconish why people who are offered the Covid-19 vaccine should not attempt to turn it down for another person's benefit.
Harvard Medical School's Dr. Abraar Karan says the US can end the Covid-19 pandemic in four weeks if everyone wears N95 masks.
CNN's Sara Murray reports a lack of cooperation of the Trump administration has contributed to a sense of nervousness among Joe Biden's incoming team as they take on the challenge of distributing the coronavirus vaccine.
Researchers warn South Africa's new coronavirus variant is highly contagious and spreads fast. Without widespread access to vaccines, the situation in the country could only get worse. CNN's David McKenzie reports.
CNN's Erica Hill reports on confusion around the amount of second doses of the coronavirus vaccine from Pfizer as the CDC warns the new Covid-19 variants could accelerate the spread of Covid-19 in the US.
As President-elect Biden prepares to take office amid the pandemic, CNN's John King reviews the increasing Covid-19 case count in the US compared to vaccine doses administered.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
Vice President Mike Pence was closer than initially known to the violent mob at the US Capitol, according to new reporting from the Washington Post. New video from that day shows an alternate angle of rioters chasing Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman as he led them away from the Senate chambers. CNN's Evan Perez reports.
About 92,000 Americans are projected to die from the coronavirus over roughly the next three weeks, according to an ensemble forecast published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CNN's Erica Hill has more.
CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on vaccine hesitancy among some healthcare workers, a new challenge for distributing the coronavirus vaccine as cases continue to increase throughout the US.
CNN's Natasha Chen reports from Atlanta as the state of Georgia begins its efforts to vaccinate residents older than 75 as well as healthcare workers.
CNN's Nick Watt reports that while 22 million vaccines have been distributed that less than 7 million vaccines have been administered after US has deadliest day yet of pandemic.
A pro-Trump mob stormed the US Capitol as Congress members gathered to count Electoral Votes.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta looks at the increasing number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in the United States and explains why health experts are unsure when these numbers will peak.
CNN's Nick Watt reports that the slower than projected coronavirus vaccine rollout will take three years for the US to reach herd immunity if we stay at this rate.
Amid a devastating Covid-19 surge and with no hospital beds available, ambulance crews in LA County were given guidance not to transport patients with little chance of survival. CNN's Alisyn Camerota speaks with Dr. Jeffrey Smith, chief operating officer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, about the grim instructions.
A paramedic and EMS supervisor at a hospital in Canton, South Dakota, turned a Covid-19 vaccination into a marriage proposal when he asked his boyfriend of five years, a nurse, to marry him.
CNN's Nick Watt reports that despite Americans leaving behind 2020, the coronavirus pandemic remains and officials continue to warn tough times are ahead.
CNN's Nick Valencia reports on the surge in cases of coronavirus in California as the state extends their stay-at-home orders.
CNN's Nick Watt reports that one in 1,000 Americans have died from Covid-19 and that six states are facing record coronavirus hospitalizations.
Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks with CNN's Dana Bash about his estimated percentage of the American population that would need to be vaccinated against Covid-19 before the country reaches herd immunity, and why his range has shifted.
A Black physician said she had to beg a White doctor for remdesivir and treatment. Weeks later, she died of Covid-19.
Dr. Anthony Fauci got a special treat as he left work Wednesday. Members of the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad were waiting outside to serenade the good doctor ahead of his 80th birthday on Dec. 24.
Incoming CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky tells CNN's John Berman what her priorities are in the fight against coronavirus.
Pfizer and Moderna are testing their coronavirus vaccines to see if they work against the mutated version of the virus found in the United Kingdom and other countries, the companies said.
CNN's Miguel Marquez takes a second look at an overwhelmed Houston hospital that is struggling to manage rising Covid-19 cases, despite recent rollouts of approved coronavirus vaccines.
Vaccines to protect against the coronavirus are finally here. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen breaks down health officials' guidance on the factors that help determine who should get one, and who shouldn't.
Pfizer and Moderna are testing their coronavirus vaccines to see if they work against the mutated version of the virus found in the United Kingdom and other countries, the companies said.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said he feels fine after getting a Covid-19 vaccine and is very confident in the efficacy of the Moderna and Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, HHS Secretary Alex Azar and NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins receive their Covid-19 vaccines along with several frontline workers.
CNN's Sara Sidner reports on the surge of coronavirus cases in California and how hospitals in the state are struggling to meet the demands for care.
UPS tractor trailer driver Todd Elble tells CNN's Laura Coates about losing his father to coronavirus and the importance of delivering vaccines during the pandemic.
CNN's Martin Savidge reports.
President-elect Joe Biden received his first course of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine and said he did so to be a demonstration and in hopes "people will be prepared to get the vaccine."
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted on who will receive the next wave of vaccinations in the US. CNN's Natasha Chen has the latest on the groups receiving vaccines in phases 1b and 1c.
Moderna is working to get nearly 6 million doses of its coronavirus vaccine into the arms of millions of Americans. CNN's Pete Muntean reports the latest from a distribution facility in Memphis, Tennessee.
During CNN's Sesame Street ABC's of Covid-19 town hall, Dr. Anthony Fauci answered questions from kids who wanted to know when they can expect to get the coronavirus vaccine.
Operation Warp Speed chief scientific adviser Moncef Slaoui tells CNN's Jake Tapper that it's "very unlikely" that the vaccine would not work against a new strain of coronavirus found in the United Kingdom.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes us behind the scenes with him as he gets the coronavirus vaccine at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen, along with Surgeon General Jerome Adams, received the coronavirus vaccine publicly to encourage public confidence in the vaccine. Pence said that he was proud to take this safe and effective vaccine and that he "didn't feel a thing."
CNN's Alexandra Field reports that the FDA advisory panel recommends authorization of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine as the CDC is now forecasting up to 391,000 deaths by January 9, 2021.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down the similarities and differences between Pfizer and Moderna's coronavirus vaccines as the Pfizer vaccine is rolled out and the Moderna vaccine comes close to FDA emergency-use authorization.
As the first doses of the coronavirus vaccine roll out, CNN's Brian Todd breaks down when and where the average American might be able to get vaccinated.
CNN's Alexandra Field reports.
As the coronavirus death toll in the US reached 300,000, the first groups of people being vaccinated were receiving their shots across the country. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.
FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn spoke to CNN's Jake Tapper about Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine as the first batch was shipped out across the US. Hahn advised Americans with allergies to read the vaccine's product labeling on the FDA's website to check for any components that might cause an allergic reaction.
US Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn said that science and data guided the FDA's decision to approve emergency use authorization for the Pfizer and BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine and denied that political pressure led to a quicker than normal decision.
The US Food and Drug Administration's emergency use authorization of Pfizer and BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine is an important milestone in developing the new-generation vaccine, BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin says.
The US Food and Drug Administration has authorized Pfizer and BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine for emergency use in the United States. CNN's Chris Cuomo and Dr. Sanjay Gupta discuss.
CNN's Pete Muntean explains how the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine will be shipped across the country.
Co-President of National Nurses United, Zenei Cortez, tells Amanpour she's seeing supplies that nurses need locked up in closets.
In the wake of vaccine advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration voting to recommend the agency grant emergency use authorization to Pfizer and BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine, Dr. Anthony Fauci explains why the approval process matters.
CNN's Omar Jimenez looks into the icy logistical challenge of coronavirus vaccine distribution in rural areas of the US, including places like Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
President-elect Joe Biden has laid out his three-point plan to combat the coronavirus pandemic, which would aim to get at least 100 million Americans vaccinated in his initial 100 days in office, his pledge to sign a face mask mandate on his first day in office and efforts to get kids back to school safely.
CNN's Erica Hill reports that as the US prepares to distribute the Covid-19 vaccine, the country has topped more than 15 million coronavirus case and is seeing record hospitalizations.
John King goes through the latest coronavirus numbers across the country and looks at where the trends are leading.
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks with CNN's John Berman about how holiday gatherings have impacted the rate of coronavirus deaths across the country.
"Grief must be witnessed," grief expert David Kessler says, but so many Covid-19 deaths are happening in isolation. "Even if you could see what we see, I think it's not psychologically possible for people to grasp the enormity of this," Dr. Esther Choo says. "And yet we need people to absorb enough of the tragedy that it actually drives their behavior so that we can get to the other end of the pandemic."
A new University of Pennsylvania study shows the "sonic attacks" experienced by US government personnel in Havana, Cuba, starting in late 2016 may have altered people's brains. CNN's Alex Marquardt reports.
Dr. Shirlee Xie, Associate Director of Hospital Medicine at Hennepin Healthcare in Minnesota, tells CNN's Ana Cabrera what it's like treating Covid-19 patients day after day as her state experiences a surge of coronavirus cases.
Dr. Thomas Froelich and his wife, Susan, describe their experience after participating in the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine trial in August and September.
During a CNN town hall with Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Dr. Anthony Fauci answers a viewer's question about the time it takes to develop an immune response to the vaccine and whether you can get the virus between doses.
CNN's Don Lemon speaks with Los Angeles County Health Department contact tracer, Levonn Gardner, about what it's like making calls to people to tell them they may have been exposed to Covid-19.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta analyzes the latest exponential growth in coronavirus case numbers and compares the loss to the 1918 influenza pandemic.
CNN's Don Lemon talks with nurse Sofia Burke, where 7 of the 8 household members have been stricken with coronavirus.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with Moderna Covid-19 vaccine trial participant Yasir Batalvi about the side effects he's experienced.
A CDC panel voted 13-1 to recommend health care workers and residents of long term care facilities will be the first recipients of the Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available. Wolf Blitzer discusses with CNN's Nick Watt and Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
From running out of room at the morgue to caring for critically ill colleagues, many doctors and nurses on the frontlines of America's Covid-19 outbreak say they are at a breaking point.
CNN's John Berman speaks with Dr. Joseph Varon, chief of staff at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston, about a heartbreaking photo that captures him consoling an elderly patient on Thanksgiving.
Following a month of skyrocketing Covid-19 cases, the US has reached its highest number yet of hospitalizations due to the virus. The US surpassed 80,000 daily hospitalizations on November 19 and set new records steadily for 17 days straight until Friday, according to the COVID Tracking Project. Then on Saturday, the number reached 91,635.
Kathryn, a 28-year-old ICU nurse whose take on the "How It Started ... How It's Going" meme went viral, talks to CNN's Brooke Baldwin about the toll the coronavirus pandemic has taken on health care workers.
Dr. Celine Gounder tells CNN's Boris Sanchez which groups the Biden coronavirus advisory board is considering to be among the first to receive a Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin says healthy and safe Americans should be thankful on Thanksgiving because a pandemic-ravaged year shows us that things can change in a matter of moments.
CNN's Pete Muntean talks to passengers about the risks they are willing to take to join their families for Thanksgiving.
Americans continue to travel with Thanksgiving just days away, despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's recommendation to stay home to stop the spread of the virus.
Across the US, many families bereaved by Covid-19 are experiencing their first holiday season without a loved one. These are some of their stories.
CNN's Becky Anderson speaks with Professor Adrian Hill, director of Oxford University's Jenner Institute, about the results of the trials for AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine that his institute helped develop.
Gates and Fareed take stock of how the pandemic is likely to progress in the six coming months.
As the US surpasses 12 million coronavirus cases nationwide, some Americans are rethinking their Thanksgiving travel plans. CNN's Pete Muntean reports the CDC says people should not travel for the holiday, but it hasn't stopped all passengers.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem says there is no plan to implement a mask mandate as the state struggles with the nation's highest coronavirus positivity rate. CNN's Gary Tuchman reports from inside an intensive care unit.
Pfizer and BioNTech submitted to the US Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization for their coronavirus vaccine candidate, this comes as the US reported a record one-day total of new Covid-19 cases. CNN's Nick Watt reports.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta sits down with coronavirus task force member Dr. Deborah Birx for an exclusive interview about masks, schools and holidays during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hospitalizations are reaching record highs with ICU units being pushed to capacity as a second coronavirus wave hits across the country. CNN's Omar Jimenez takes an exclusive look inside hospitals in Odessa, Texas, as they become overwhelmed with patients.
Dr. Anthony Fauci explains to CNN's Chris Cuomo why point-of-care coronavirus tests that can be administered at home is what he will be pushing for from the next administration.
28-year-old Dr. David Burkard shares a cautionary tale after his battle with Covid-19 left him struggling to breathe. CNN's Sara Sidner has the details.
CNN's Natasha Chen reports on the United States coronavirus death toll surpassing 250,000 and how states are coping with the rise of confirmed Covid-19 cases.
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer revealed a 95% effectiveness rate for their coronavirus vaccine and will be submitting for FDA authorization within days. CNN's Sanjay Gupta reports.
German company BioNTech and its partner, drug giant Pfizer, will ask the US to allow emergency use of their Covid-19 vaccine candidate, CEO Ugur Sahin tells CNN's Fred Pleitgen in an exclusive interview.
Even with winter approaching, programs like Project Learning Tree are getting kids into nature to explore their environment, learn science, math and creative writing skills.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta shows that Covid-19 deaths in North Dakota and South Dakota have now surpassed South Korea despite a substantially smaller population.
CNN's John King looks at the rise in coronavirus cases in almost every state in the US.
CNN's Alisyn Camerota speaks with Jodi Doering, a nurse from South Dakota who says some of her coronavirus patients often don't want to believe that Covid-19 is real, even in their dying moments.
Dr. Anthony Fauci shares some words of hope as the holiday season approaches and offers advice on how to mitigate the spread of Covid-19.
While there have only been a handful of cases of reinfection so far, we don't yet know how long our immunity lasts after recovering from Covid-19. Dr. Leana Wen explains why the herd immunity approach won't work.
The Moderna vaccine is 94.5% effective against coronavirus, according to early data released by the company, making it the second vaccine in the United States to have a stunningly high success rate. The company's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Tal Zaks, speaks to CNN's Elizabeth Cohen.
CNN's Nick Watt reports the US set a record of 150,000 new coronavirus cases in a twenty four-hour period across the country Thursday. The country is seeing an upward trend in daily coronavirus cases for the tenth straight day.
CNN's Becky Anderson speaks with Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The Lancet, about the development of vaccines for the novel coronavirus.