Economists forecast a significantly stronger rebound this year, predicting up to 7% growth
Fewer than 250 children in the U.S. have died from COVID-19, but more than 75% of them were children of color
Most of the nation’s grocery store workers, long deemed essential, are still waiting to receive their doses of coronavirus vaccine.
Just 3.5% of Latinos and 4.5% of Black Americans have so far received the COVID-19 vaccine
FEMA has opened its first COVID-19 inoculation sites in Los Angeles and Oakland, while massive winter storms continue in the Midwest
Many people who have filed workers’ compensation claims following COVID-19 infections are being denied.
Democrats are slated to proceed this week with work related to President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus aid plan.
A drug used to treat arthritis has been found to cut the risk of death for people with severe infections of COVID-19.
The number of weekly unemployment claims decreased in the past week to 793,000
The pace of vaccinations has increased to 1.48 million shots per day