Lila Hartley, 12, wrote a letter to her school board in Duval County, Florida, urging them to mandate mask wearing in schools to protect all students and staff, but mostly her little brother. CNN's Leyla Santiago reports.
Dr. Jorge Rodriguez, an internal medicine specialist and viral researcher, criticizes GOP governors Greg Abbott and Ron DeSantis for banning mask mandates in schools, calling it the "wrong thing to do" as coronavirus case counts rise in the US.
‘Since the delta variant has been rearing itself, we are seeing double digits in the emergency department, and we have typically between eight and 12 kids in the hospital with COVID,’ said Dr. Marya Strand with Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital.
With the pace of inoculations slowing, Austin, Texas, is scrambling to get more shots in arms, dedicating personnel at sites across the city -- vet clinics, churches, rec centers, construction sites, homeless shelters -- just to vaccinate 10, 15 or 20 people at a time. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.
Jessica DuPreez talks with John Berman about her 39-year-old fiancé who died from Covid-19. She discusses why they didn't get vaccinated, and how she thinks the shot could have saved the father of her kids.
With new cases of Covid-19 surging in most of the US — driven by unvaccinated Americans and fueled by the highly contagious Delta variant — hospitals are bracing for another round of devastation.
Dr. Uzma Hasan discusses with CNN's Jim Sciutto how safe it is to send children back to school with the Delta Covid-19 variant this fall.
CNN's Harry Enten looks at the data around the Covid-19 vaccine that shows that you have a 25 times greater chance of dying from Covid-19 if you are unvaccinated and that those who are vaccinated have more than a 99% chance of surviving a infection.
"Wait and see" attitude toward vaccines is having disastrous consequences for younger, previously healthy adults amid onset of extremely contagious delta variant. #COVID19
Drew Charter School Head Peter McKnight joins CNN's Boris Sanchez to discuss the measures his school is taking as more than 100 students are quarantining after students and faculty tested positive for Covid-19.
A Covid-19 outbreak in Provincetown, Massachusetts, is highlighting the importance of being vaccinated as the vacation destination's cluster has seen no deaths and only four hospitalizations. However, the outbreak is driving new guidance from the CDC after demonstrating how transmissible the…
A record number of rural hospitals are closing across the United States during the Covid pandemic. For this community in Georgia, it's no different. Many here will have to cross state lines, even if that means traveling an hour, to get urgent medical care.
As stricter rules and mask mandates return, frustration is building particularly among those who are fully vaccinated against coronavirus. CNN's Dan Simon reports how some California residents say they feel they're being punished for the inaction of others.
CNN's Chris Cuomo visits with Alicia Ball, whose husband William is currently hospitalized in Mississippi with Covid-19.
Louisiana is among the states with the worst vaccination rates and is seeing a surge in new coronavirus cases. CNN's Miguel Marquez visited a hospital in the Bayou State and spoke with patients who explained why they hadn't received the vaccine.
A Pennsylvania mom says she was hesitant about the Covid-19 vaccine with not knowing its effects but credits prayer and doing research for changing her mind. Read more on vaccine safety at the CDC's website.
CNN's Martin Savidge reports from Little Rock, Arkansas, where hospitals are reaching capacity with unvaccinated patients struggling with Covid-19.
Dr. Priscilla Frase say that Ozarks Healthcare in Missouri is giving vaccines privately, so recipients won't face backlash for "giving in."
Dr. Leana Wen discusses the CDC's updated guidance that recommends fully-vaccinated people wear masks indoors in areas with "substantial" and "high" transmission of Covid-19, saying that it is mostly the right policy, but criticizing its communication.