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Health & Fitness / The Wall Street Journal

The Risks of Rushing a Coronavirus Vaccine

Governments around the world are debating the timeline for offering Covid-19 vaccines to the public, as drugmakers speed up development. WSJs Daniela Hernandez explains the potential health risks linked to fast-tracking vaccines. Photo: Siphiwe Sibeko/AP

17 Sep 2020 3:00 pm
Anthony Fauci on What It Will Take to Put Covid-19 Behind Us

Anthony Fauci, the U.S. governments top infectious-disease expert, talks with WSJ about how lowering infection rates depends not only on a vaccine's effectiveness, but on how many people use it. Photo: Kevin Dietsch/AP

17 Sep 2020 7:07 am
Residents Return to Ruins After Fires Tear Through Southern Oregon

As gusty winds and low humidity continue to fuel wildfires across the Western U.S., residents of a southern Oregon city return to survey the damage. WSJs Zusha Elinson takes us into one neighborhood devastated by the fires. Photo: Zusha Elinson/The Wall Street Journal

16 Sep 2020 6:57 am
Some Covid-19 Survivors Grapple With Large Medical Bills

While the federal government and health-care industry have worked to help Americans avoid costs associated with Covid-19 testing, some patients can be subject to high out-of-pocket costs for treatment, long after leaving the hospital. Photo: Krystle Bodine and Drew Harris

14 Sep 2020 3:00 pm
Vaccine Economics: Where Profit and Public Health Collide

As government and private money pour into the global race for a Covid-19 vaccine, drugmakers are under great pressure to keep the shot affordable while also keeping investors happy. WSJ explains what this means for the final price tag of the jabs. Illustration: Crystal Tai

8 Sep 2020 3:00 pm
Researchers Look to Lab-Made Solution for Future Blood Shortages

The coronavirus pandemic led to shortages in the blood supply across the U.S. Scientists around the world are working on a potential solution. The Future of Everything looks at the process of making artificial blood. Illustration: Timothy Wong

4 Sep 2020 6:30 pm
Schools Reopen in Covid-19 Ground ZeroHow Wuhan Did It

Nearly 1.4 million students returned to class in Wuhan, China, this week. WSJs Jonathan Cheng explains how schools reopened in the city where the coronavirus first emerged and whats at stake for Beijing if they have to close again. Photo: Aly Song/Reuters

3 Sep 2020 4:05 pm
My Hands Are Tied: Behind One NYC Familys Back-to-School Decisions

New York City, the nations largest school system, delayed the start of the school year and in-person instruction. WSJ talks to one teacher about how her family is approaching tough back-to-school decisions. Photo: Melody Anastasiou

2 Sep 2020 3:00 pm