A new paper argues we can eradicate the coronavirus. But most experts believe that, thanks to the delta variant, COVID is here to stay.
"Our state has shown the world what’s possible when you have a group of people with the right attitude ... trusting medical science,” Gov. Phil Scott said.
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Still, he urged: "Get vaccinated."
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) baselessly speculated that his state is approaching herd immunity, after admitting he didn’t know if it is or not (it’s not).
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Dr. Anthony Fauci shared when people can go maskless following a COVID-19 shot.
Here's what it'll take -- and when it could happen.
President Joe Biden says the timeline for achieving herd immunity is longer than the Trump administration had indicated.
The Trump administration's handling of the pandemic was "even more dire than we thought," the president explained.
"100 million shots in 100 days" works fine as a slogan, but herd immunity sometime in 2021 will likely require an even quicker pace.
Trump appointees sought to change reports "in a misguided effort to achieve herd immunity,” House investigators found.
The president seemed to suggest the U.S. is approaching herd immunity. It's not.
Herd immunity could be reached by mid-2021 if the overwhelming majority of Americans get vaccinated, said Moncef Slaoui.
The infectious disease expert said he no longer had the president's ear as much as Dr. Scott Atlas, proponent of a controversial COVID-19 herd immunity strategy.
The social media site said it removed Scott Atlas' tweet for violating its policy on sharing misleading information about COVID-19.
The groups took aim at those endorsing herd immunity, calling that approach a “wrong-headed" plan "masquerading as science.”
It's the biggest jump in 24 hours in more than a month as the nation heads into a challenging new season.
“You are not listening to what the director of the CDC said," Fauci fired back after the senator tried to credit herd immunity for case reductions.
The singer urged her fellow citizens to protect themselves and make sure they vote in the upcoming election.