Ducking their shots: Walter Reed whistleblower wants military to step up
Charles Eggleston was among the original Walter Reed whistle blowers who alerted the world to the black mold that was harming injured vets returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. His mission now is fighting vaccine hesitancy among troops and veterans.
AstraZeneca weighs seeking full U.S. approval for COVID shot, skipping emergency-use application
AstraZeneca PLC could skip asking the Food and Drug Administration for emergency-use authorization for its Covid-19 vaccine, according to people familiar with the matter—and instead pursue the more time-intensive application for a full-fledged license to sell the shot.
CDC's Nancy Messonnier, who warned coronavirus would cause 'severe' disruption, resigns
Dr. Nancy Messonnier, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) official who first warned last February “disruption to everyday life may be severe” as a result of coronavirus spread, is resigning.
Vatican coronavirus conference features Fauci, Francis — and Aerosmith
The CEOs of vaccine-makers Pfizer and Moderna joined cardinals, academics and the lead guitarist of Aerosmith in opening a unique Vatican conference on COVID-19, other global health threats and how science, solidarity and spirituality can address them.