The U.S. on Monday finally reached President Joe Biden's goal of getting at least one COVID-19 shot into 70 per cent of American adults -- a month late and amid a fierce surge by the delta variant that is swamping hospitals and leading to new mask rules and mandatory vaccinations around the country.
Iran on Monday reported more than 37,000 new coronavirus infections, the country's single-day record so far in the pandemic, state media reported.
A growing number of U.S. employers are imposing rules to make it more onerous for employees to refuse, from outright mandates to requiring the unvaccinated to undergo regular testing.
The White House is making a concerted effort to return the focus of President Joe Biden's schedule to COVID-19 this week as the year-and-a-half-long pandemic again consumes his agenda amid a new spike in cases.
How it affects me
Canadians who have received mixed doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or a certain brand of AstraZeneca may face obstacles when travelling to countries that require proof of vaccination. CTVNews.ca examines what COVID-19 vaccines are recognized and where for those travelling abroad.
New research by experts at the European Central Bank and a German university has found that transmission of COVID-19 via banknotes is 'very unlikely.'
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.
Your finances during the crisis
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
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.