Audio will be available later today. Over 100,000 people worldwide are taking part in coronavirus vaccine trials. NPR answers common questions, such as why so many people are needed and what it means to say a vaccine works.
The Washington Post
Laurie McGinley, Carolyn Y. Johnson
– Sep 22, 11:58 AM
The stakes are high: polls show the relentless politicization of the race to develop a vaccine is taking its toll. Pew Research Center recently reported that the percentage of people who said they would get the vaccine if it were available today…
Kaiser Health News
Sarah Jane Tribble
– Sep 22, 6:00 AM
Note to Readers: Sarah Jane Tribble spent more than a year and half reporting on a small town in Kansas that lost its only hospital. This month, KHN and St. Louis Public Radio will launch “Where It Hurts,” a podcast exploring the…
The New York Times
– Sep 21, 3:38 PM
What would happen if the Supreme Court struck down the Affordable Care Act ? The fate of the sprawling, decade-old health law known as Obamacare was already in question, with the high court expected to hear arguments a week after the presidential…
Holly Yan, CNN
Graphics by Shane Csontos-Popko, CNN
– Sep 22, 8:44 AM
(CNN) What happened today seemed impossible to many Americans six months ago. When Dr. Anthony Fauci predicted in March that Covid-19 could kill 200,000 people in the US, skeptics lambasted him and accused him of fearmongering. But Fauci was right.