Biden administration announces $600M to produce COVID tests and will reopen website to order them
The Biden administration has announced that it is providing $600 million in funding to produce new at-home COVID-19 tests and is restarting a website allowing Americans to again order up to four free tests per household.
Court revives doctors' lawsuit saying FDA overstepped its authority with anti-ivermectin campaign
A federal appeals court in New Orleans has revived a lawsuit by three doctors who say the Food and Drug Administration overstepped its authority in a campaign against the use of a drug that is not approved to treat COVID-19.
Lawsuit claims Chelsea man received COVID-19 medications contaminated with glass particles
Dan Nowacki needs around-the-clock care after suffering two strokes, one happening days after he was administered doses of remdesivir for COVID-19 at St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital in Nov. 2021, according to his attorneys.
Research: 6 out of 10 staff members are under-vaccinated against COVID inside Michigan nursing homes
A brand new look at the stunningly low number of staff members vaccinated against COVID-19 inside Michigan’s nursing homes. Numbers indicate that six out of 10 nursing homes have under-vaccinated staff caring for our most vulnerable loved ones.
National campaign to protect those who are at high risk of COVID-19
While it may feel like much of life has returned to normal compared to the height of COVID, the CDC says between two to 4,000 Americans are still dying from the disease each week. Most of those are seniors who fall into other high-risk groups.