Thai volunteers on Wednesday turned a cargo warehouse at Bangkok's Don Muang Airport into a 1,800-bed field hospital for COVID-19 patients with less severe symptoms, as the country deals with its biggest outbreak to date.
Americans fully vaccinated against COVID-19 should go back to wearing masks in indoor public places in regions where the coronavirus is spreading rapidly, U.S. health authorities said on Tuesday.
The British government said Tuesday it will ease coronavirus quarantine rules for thousands more essential workers, including prison guards, veterinarians and garbage collectors, in an attempt to end staff shortages that are hobbling parts of the economy.
Israel's prime minister on Thursday announced that the country would offer a coronavirus booster to people over 60 who have already been vaccinated.
How it affects me
Individuals who recovered from COVID-19, including those who no longer had symptoms, exhibited significant 'cognitive deficits,' according to a large study out of the U.K.
Researchers from Lancaster University in the United Kingdom and the University of British Columbia observed a 'notable increase' in loneliness in the U.S. and a decline in general mental well-being in the U.K. following the outbreak of COVID-19.
A small preliminary study by researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital suggests that people who develop severe COVID-19 have noticeably blunted antiviral responses in the nose and throat.
Researchers are trying to unravel why some COVID-19 survivors suffer 'brain fog' and other problems that can last for months, and new findings suggest some worrisome overlaps with Alzheimer's disease.
Your finances during the crisis
As businesses reopen and social gatherings resume, some Canadians may notice they’re spending more now than they were during the peak of the pandemic. Here's how to stay on track.
Canada's seniors minister was warned in the spring that the Liberal government's plan to send $500 payments to pensioners in August would end with some of the money going to people who had died.
New data from Statistics Canada shows that while youth unemployment has risen during the COVID-19 pandemic, finding full-time work has been increasingly precarious since the late 1980s.
A new report from RBC Economics says it expects a renewed surge of retirements in the second half of this year as Canada works to get past the pandemic.