With case and death counts still surging, the pressure is on to vaccinate as many people as possible. Here's what it will take to get more Americans their shots, fast.
In an NPR interview, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country's top infectious disease expert, said changes in vaccine distribution could be necessary depending on what happens in the next few weeks.
Dr. Nikhila Juvvadi, chief clinical officer at a Chicago hospital, says about 40 percent of the staff distrust the vaccines — in part because of deep-rooted cultural mistrust based on past abuses.
The Russian leader has touted Sputnik V, as the vaccine is known, but more than half of Russians say they don't want to take it.
In a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation, 71% of respondents said they would definitely or probably get inoculated — a significant leap over the 63% who said so in an August/September poll.
The power of family history can lead a person to do lot of things. For Howard Berkes, the family tradition of facing crises head-on led him to sign up for experimental testing of a COVID-19 vaccine.
As FDA emergency use authorization of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines nears, airlines, FedEx and UPS prepare to transport millions of vials of life saving shots.
The Food and Drug Administration's authorization of a COVID-19 vaccine could come in a day or two, a member of an FDA expert panel says. But he says it may be late 2021 before normalcy returns.
With the first COVID-19 vaccine doses expected to be shipped out within days, health care providers are scrambling to prepare for an unprecedentedly high-stakes vaccine rollout.
A 90-year-old woman from Coventry received the first vaccine shot as part of the United Kingdom's nationwide immunization campaign launched Tuesday.